Is this you? Sunscreen for my face for sure – my body sometimes but my hair? Never!
(More Magazine) … “a recent study in Nature Medicine suggests that another factor may hasten the process: sun damage. Researchers at New York University School of Medicine and Baylor College of Medicine found that when UV rays harm skin, melanin–producing stem cells in nearby hair follicles abandon their posts, migrating upward to the skin and producing protective pigments (such as a tan) there. Occasionally, these melanin–producing cells are not replaced after they leave the follicles, which turns some hairs gray. So you mayslow down the graying of your hair by being religious about wearing sunscreen on your body and a hair product with UV protection (for the skin on the scalp) whenever you’re outside—something you should be doing anyway.”
There are products you can buy, Aveda Suncare Protective Hair Veil and Loreal Everpure are a couple, or you can make up your own by mixing 1 – 2 Tablespoons of SPF 30 sunscreen in a small spray bottle, shake, spray it on, massage it in. Even a few spritzes before you leave the house on a day that you will be outside more than in will help over time.
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