We all knew that one guy in high school who had a few premature grey hairs. While he still had a youthful appearance complete with braces, acne and a skinny build, he was still starting to produce some noticeable grey hairs. Maybe that guy was you, (if so, we apologize if you ever caught us staring at your locks of grey), or maybe it is now. A lot of us in our 20s or 30s are starting to notice those first grey hairs. Maybe it started as one or two around our temple every now and then. We’d immediately pluck out any grey hairs before anyone became wise to the fact that we’re getting old. But now, we may have so many grey hairs that it’s no longer worthwhile to pluck these out as we should just be satisfied to still have a full head of hair.
But what causes grey hair at a young age? Why do some people start to see grey hair in their teens while others keep their natural hair color well past their 20s and 30s?
There are a handful or reasons why you may be going grey at a young age, they include:
Heredity: Maybe grey hair at a young age just runs in your family. Unfortunately, you can’t choose your genes so you will have to be looking for solutions to naturally prevent grey hair. Sorry about that.
Lack of Catalase: Your body produces hydrogen peroxide a free radical and is then broken down by the enzyme catalase. If your body is not producing enough cataase to break down the hydrogen peroxide, then it begins to bleach your natural color to grey. This could result in grey hair in your 20’s or 30’s.
Environment: Factors such as stress and an unhealthy lifestyle could eventually produce your first grey hair. It is through stress and toxins that your body may produce additional free radicals, similar in nature to a lack of catalase.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel for people with premature graying, though. GetAwayGrey is a natural supplement that has been proven to reverse grey hairs – no matter what your age may be. GetAwayGrey contains a super concentration of the catalase enzyme to reverse grey hair – a natural, non-toxic alternative to dyeing your hair.