Despite my age, I have not found any gray hair on my head. I have found a few in my eyebrows, which is odd (they were promptly plucked), but I’m certainly not complaining about my lack of zero-melanin strands.
But knowing that these errant grays can and are due to sprout from my scalp at any moment, I was tickled to find out there’s a new way of dealing with these pesky invaders, thanks to Vegamour.
Unless you have been living off the grid or aren’t fussy about which hair products you use, you know about Vegamour. The brand is a high-end, high-performing vegan line that is created using zero harmful toxins.
The products are all formulated with powerful bioactive ingredients in concert with innovative technology that are optimized for maximum effectiveness on your locks.
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“Vegamour is known for its hair-thickening serums and shampoos formulated with phyto-actives (AKA ingredients derived from plants) like mung bean, curcumin, and red clover. Nicole Kidman recently hopped on-board as a brand investor and advocate, touting the Gro Revitalizing Shampoo and Conditioner as some of her favorite products,” says InStyle.
“Made with caffeine, a blend of vitamins including B3, B5, B6, and E, and peptides, the serum controls the appearance of gray coloring on new hair growth while revitalizing the color and shine of existing gray hair.”
How Does It Work?
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman told InStyle that “Peptides (a chain of amino acids that contributes to collagen, elastin, and keratin) can restore your gray hairs to their natural shade, while the vitamin blend strengthens the hair follicles, so it’s possible that they can help to restore the decaying hair tissues that produce gray hair and reduce premature graying.
“But one of the star ingredients is Fo-Ti, an herb plant native to China that’s used for a multitude of things, one of which includes symptoms of premature aging,” says Dr. Engelman. “It has been shown to improve gray hair, both maintaining your natural hair color and delaying the onset of new grays. It is considered a rejuvenating plant, thought to promote longevity.”
Are you trying to get rid of your grays or embracing them? Let us know in the comments!
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