NATURAL SUPPORT FOR GRAYING HAIR

Foligray is made with natural ingredients and is used to provide everyday support for graying hair.

‍Natural Support For Graying Hair.
‍Natural Support For Hair Pigmentation.
‍Supports Thick, Strong, Healthy Hair.



Introduction to Foligray
Whether you're young or old, male or female, the fact of the matter is that graying hair affects everyone at some stage of their lives. Fortunately, there do exist easy and effective ways to support your body through this process. Introducing Foligray, the tried and tested natural formula for everyday hair pigment care. The Foligray formula is made with a bespoke blend of ingredients designed to provide nourishing support for follicle health, hair pigmentation and graying hair.



Understanding the Hair Pigmentation Process
Understanding what causes hair to turn gray is essential before considering the use of any hair pigmentation support supplement. It is important to understand that graying of hair can be caused by a number of factors, including hydrogen peroxide build-up, stress, and oxidative damage from free radicals.

Your hair gets its color from a group of pigment molecules called melanin. Specifically for hair color, there are two groups of melanin: eumelanin, which represents darker shades, and pheomelanin that represents lighter shades of hair. The proportion of these two molecule sets determines your hair color. This pigment is contained within cells called melanocytes, which are located in the hair follicles. Melanocytes dye the hair as it is grown from the follicle, consequently resulting in a strand of hair bearing the same color as your melanin make up.

What tends to happen over time - with aging and normal oxidative or physical damage - is that your melanocytes produce less pigmentation to inject into your growing hair. The lack of pigmentation consequently results in graying or lighter hair color.

What Causes Hair to Gray?

Hydrogen Peroxide Build Up
High levels of hydrogen peroxide are thought to disrupt the production of melanin. Some studies have found that as we get older our hair follicles start accumulating hydrogen peroxide. Catalase, a natural enzyme found in your hair follicle, is primarily tasked with breaking down levels of hydrogen peroxide. As hair follicle cells get older they begin to lose levels of catalase, resulting in the accumulation of higher levels of hydrogen peroxide.

Environmental Factors
There are several environmental or lifestyle factors that may contribute to graying of the hair. Stress is often associated with graying of the hair. As an example, smoking is chemically and biologically stressful on the whole body. In one particular study of more than 200 people, smokers were up to 2.5 times more likely to experience premature graying (before age 30) than non-smokers

No comments