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I am 26 years old .i am suffering from premature gray hair pls tell me how can it stop them.

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I am 26 years old .i am suffering from premature gray hai...
Greying of hair is inevitable process. It depends on many factors the most common is Genetics which you inherit from your parents and can not be changed. If they have their Silver's in Early age you will also get the same in early age. Others include Using Hair styling Chemicals, vitamin deficiency, excessive usage of salt, pepper, sour, sugar, oily food, preservatives etc. Stress, Smoking, lacking nutrition and so on. Add more of Fresh Fruits & Seasonal vegetables in your diet. Eat Sprouts, Almonds, Berries. Drink enough water instead of aerated drinks. You can have fish. Ditch the Chemical and styling products you are using for Hair instead go Natural. Use mild Shampoo to wash hair or prepare your own Shampoo with reetha and shikaki. Use natural conditioner like yoghurt, egg etc. Massaging your scalp with pure Oils like sesame oil, Coconut oil, almonds oil or cow ghee will prevent further greying. Ayurveda can help you in more better way with no known side effects. Taking Amalaki rasayan 1teaspoon twice daily will be more beneficial. If you find maximum of your hair turned grey and want to camoflague it naturally than we provide 100% Herbal organic Hair Colourant which will make your Hair look natural. It will not make your Hair red like other Henna and also doesn't effect the strength of natural hair. Application of this Organic Hair Colour will make your Hair more shiny and healthy. For more info you can consult me.
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