Care for your hair Age no bar
Don’t lose sleep over greying strands. Age gracefully by giving mature tresses the care they deserve. MRUGAYA CHITNIS tells you more.
Time, they say, waits for no one. And it definitely doesn’t mete out a better treatment to our hair. Hair, too, falls within ‘it’s bending sickle’s compass,’ to put it in the words of the Bard himself. But it doesn’t mean that you can’t manage the ageing process. Our experts Dr Apoorva Shah, Trichologist and Founder, Richfeel, and Melroy Dickson, National Education Manager, Matrix India, help you with some handy tips.
Change in hair colour or greying is the first symptom of ageinghair, coupled with loss of shine, elasticity and sometimes thinning.Hair also tends to become limp and fragile.
If greying occurs before you hit your 30s, it is termed as ‘premature greying’ and can be attributed to iron deficiency, scalp problems, stress, thyroid or reaction towards chemical treatments. Post 30, it is the beginning of the ageing process. If you are already theer, the following advice is just for you.