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myths and facts about grey
Maximum number of individual would not like to see their scalp filled with grey locks till eternity
but unfortunately there's no escape from it.
The truth lies in the fact that either today or tomorrow everyone will need to face this problem in
their life.
There are many misconceptions in the society about greying and how to prevent it and many
individuals must have tried it on them without using their logics and brains.
To avoid this kind of scenario we have tried to highlight through this article the various
misconceptions revolving around in society and the truths which are contradictory to it. Let's detail
out the facts around greying of hair.
Myth 1: Prosperity is reflected in grey strands.
Fact: It only signifies aging.
Myth 2: Plucking of the single grey lock leads to overgrowth of several grey strings in the similar
Fact: This is medically not correct. A plucking of single hair can never give rise to multiple grey
hairs in that same area.
Let's further elaborate the above mentioned misconceptions and factual for understanding of grey
Myth 1: Prosperity is reflected in grey strands.
A good number of people believe that greying of hair in a person signifies his prosperity. Some
people also believe that it's a symbol of an individual turning matured and experienced.
Fact: It only signifies aging.
Grey hair is only a symbol which is reflecting process of aging which have started taking place in
an individual. Greying of hair has no relationship with individual experience, prosperity and
maturity. This myth is inherited since ages from ancestors and followed till date.
Myth2: Plucking of the single grey lock leads to overgrowth of several grey strings in the similar
The basis of occurance of grey hair is improper function of melanocytes that is present in the hair.
As a result the melanin pigments are not available to the hair follicles in the growing phase to give

hair its desired colour which is black, brown or golden.
Melanocytes are present between dermal and epidermal layer of the skin. By plucking off the hair
which is actually epilation of the hair from connective tissue it does not lead to the growth of
multiple grey strands in the same area.
Fact: Having said that one also knows that mind rules the body subconsciously so even if an
individual is thinking eventually he will also see it as the eyes see what the mind knows. So In first
place avoid plucking of the grey hair unnecessarily and pointlessly if you strongly believe in this
Is your greying problem haunting you? Are you feeling hopeless seeing your grey hair right in
front of the mirror? If yes, look younger, feel better watching this advanced free grey hair problem
solution video. Plus you will also get a free telephone counseling session where one of our senior
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Grey strands are the sign of ageing and not of wisdom and for those who have started getting it
should definitely take treatment to at least prevent them especially if they fall below the age of 30
years. Read this amazing article - how to hide grey strands?

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