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Joined: 15 Jul 2012
Age: 47
Gender: Male
Posts: 481
Location: Maine

17 Jun 2015, 11:26 am

Hi everyone! I think this has to do with health so here goes.

I'm going gray. A lot gray. As you can see by my profile, I'm 42. I think I've got quite a bit of gray for my age. I didn't expect to have so much until 50. Anyway, I don't dislike it, I just feel that since it's gone gray a little, the texture has changed. It's become wiry and frizzy. Wish I knew what to do with it besides keep it really short so there's no fly-aways.

So, any help you might be able to offer in terms of product or cleansers pr conditioners, please let me know.

Yellow-bellied Woodpecker
Yellow-bellied Woodpecker

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Joined: 21 Aug 2010
Gender: Female
Posts: 63
Location: Oceanside, California

20 Jun 2015, 10:43 am

Hi, I am lots older than you, here's what I suggest. Eat a very healthy diet, cut way down on sugars and processed
foods. Use any mild shampoo and try Rogaine if needed. If you have the money, Keratase makes a great shampoo
for both fine hair and one for "aging Hair". But it is thirty bucks a pop. I bought it when I was working, retired now
and cannot afford it. I use any low sulfate shampoo, and Neutrogena shampoo as well. As far as the grey, I
wish mine would turn white or grey, it's still an ugly brown! Find a great stylist who can cut your hair the
way you like, and stick with him or her. It may take some looking and a few bad cuts before you do find
someone, but a great haircut makes all the difference! Best, Alice


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Joined: 4 May 2015
Posts: 20
Location: india

28 Jun 2015, 11:42 pm

L’Oreal hair products for mature hair would help deal with the problem

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