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Hair color goes gray when color-producing cells stop producing pigment. In addition, naturally occurring hydrogen peroxide can build up and affect hair color. Half the population will have a significant amount of gray hair by the time they turn 50.
Premature graying of hair may be a consequence of compromised antioxidant activity in gray hair follicles. Graying of hair is also a sign of ageing and may be a result of oxidative stress. The changes in hair color result from alterations in melanin production and in the hair structure itself. Hair color changes occur due to genetic, metabolic, nutritional and acquired disorders. Problems with your pituitary or thyroid gland can cause premature graying which is reversible if the problem is corrected.
The Science Behind the Ingredients:
"a low serum copper concentration may play a role in premature graying of hairs " Read Study
"Reversible hyperpigmentation due to B12 deficiency" Read Study
An article published in Dermatoloic Clinics suggests that PABA "Has been shown to darken hair" Read Study
"Oxidative stress is high in hair follicle melanocytes and leads to their selective premature aging and apoptosis" Read Study
ColorRevive is a product aimed towards men and women who want to reduce premature graying of hair. It is made up of fresh ingredients and should be taken twice daily to see expected results. Results can be seen in 3-6 months. This supplement will affect new hair growth and not hair that is already gray.
All of our formulas are reviewed by our expert team, and all ingredients are sampled and tested in our compounding pharmacy, which meets all GMP regulations. The supplements are made in small batches and ship immediately after processing for excellent bioavailability.
Links & Articles
2. Reversible hyperpigmentation of skin and nails with white hair due to vitamin B12 deficiency
3. Changes in hair color.
4. Aging of the hair follicle pigmentation system.
5. Towards a "free radical theory of graying": melanocyte apoptosis in the aging human hair follicle is an indicator of oxidative stress induced tissue damage.
6. Premature graying as a consequence of compromised antioxidant activity in hair bulb melanocytes and their precursors.