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I m just 25 but 60% of my hair is white. I don't the reasons..my father had white hair from early age and my body temperature remains hot. That's why maybe..I keep applying hair oil twice a week . From last 7 months I started applying garniar hair color..every one keep saying me about my white hair when ever I go outside and college and all.. so I feel shameful and frustrated.. so I started applying hair color now.. so I just want to know which hair color is best for me?? Less chemical less ppd and all.. some one advised me to use loreal paris hair color which is safe..so can I use? Or other medically proven hair color r there?? Advice me properly..
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Use ammonia free, ppd free hair color from either L'Oreal, or wella or schawrsknoff.also take biotin supplement. You can also choose vegetal or Altris HD colors.
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Greetings . As per your details , it's probably genetic component which has lead to premature greying of hair. Best solution s to use hair colour. Right now , many ppd free n ammonia free option are there in market like ALEMBIC HAIR HUE THERAPY or Vegetal bio colour. U can select your colour option also like dark black or brown etc . Above mentioned products are weaker than other available hair colour in market , so initially U might need frequent application . Also, get your blood test done once to find any nutritional deficiency , after consulting a dermatologist in person
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