Have you ever heard friends, siblings, or even hair stylists tell you that you see gray hair and don’t pull it, don’t pluck it, because it will cause the hair next to it to go gray as well? So we have to secretly cut some. Dye your hair and cover it up. But…how is the truth?
Gray hair, the more you pull, the more?
It’s not true. Pulling gray hair is not a factor that will increase the number of gray hair in any way.
How does gray hair happen?
Occurs from the pigment (melanin) that we create. There are 2 tones: yellow and red. and black sugar Hair roots normally produce less pigment with age. As I get older, the hair color gradually fades until it becomes gray or white.
How do I lose my hair?
Normal hair has its own life cycle. can fall off But it doesn’t fall off permanently. Able to regenerate from the hair follicles under the skin
Why do I ever see two hairs grow from the same spot?
1 hair root can create 1 hair, even if cut or plucked We can’t make the hair grow but seeing 2 hairs grow out from the same point. Maybe it’s because at that point there are 2 hair follicles.
Even with the removal of gray hair Will not increase gray hair But it shouldn’t be withdrawn anyway.
Because of frequent withdrawals Especially for those who have a lot of gray hair that they withdraw often. May damage the hair follicle. May cause no new hair to grow from that hair follicle, hair thinning or premature baldness, I don’t know.
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