Grey hair is typically an unwanted sign of old age that you may especially want eliminate if only a few strands of hair turn grey. There a several chemical solutions available on the market where you can dye and control your grey hair, but there are also natural solutions that you can try first. Grey hair can also be the result of a poor diet. For example, not getting enough vitamin B, iron, copper or iodine could help produce grey hair.
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Things you need
- 1/2 litre (17 fl oz) water
- 2 tsp sage
Cut out the grey hairs if possible before trying to prevent more grey hair. It won't hurt to remove a couple of strands, especially if they are hindering your hair colour or style.
Keep your hair as clean as possible. Scrub deeply into your scalp using a shampoo with multivitamins, and make sure to continue to keep it clean each day. If you're getting grey hairs at a young age, it can be vital to keep your hair clean and healthy.
Take vitamins everyday that will help your hair follicles grow properly. For example, bee pollen, vitamin B supplements and iron will help to increase the melanin in your hair.
Boil 1/2 litre (17 fl oz) of water in a large pot and add 2 tsp of sage. Stir the mixture and continue boiling for five minutes. Remove the pot from the heat, and let the mixture cool down. Drain the water in a colander, and then apply the remaining mixture to your hair.
Leave the sage and water mixture in your hair for five minutes. Rinse out the mixture and then dry your hair. The mixture should make your hair darker and turn any grey hair to your original hair colour. Repeat this process when you notice any more grey hairs.
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