Why Is My Hair Turning White?

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Your hair is turning white because of hydrogen peroxide that has built up at the roots of your hair. This chemical builds up at the roots of our hair as we get older and is also used in hair dyes. Smoking, alcohol, and poor diet are some factors that may make your hair turn white at an early age.
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Hair color results from the mixing of the two types of melanin. Hair color arises from the pigment melanin produced by melanocytes, specialized cells lying within the hair follicle.
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Lack of copper in your body.
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It's not that there's a global chemical deficiency. The chemicals responsible for hair colour are produce by cells that live in the skin at the base of hair follicles. These cells
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Pigment cells in our hair gradually die. When there are few pigment cells in a follicle, that
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