Reverse gray hair and restoration of natural hair color are possible within two years!
The hair turns gray when the pigment-producing cells called melanocytes die or do not work properly. The good news is that such cells survive long after people have turned gray.
Dr. Bruno Bernard and his colleagues from the hair biology research team of the cosmetics company Lé Real in Paris have discovered that an enzyme called TRP-2 can arouse melanocytes from hair follicles.
The researchers point out that the bleaching process can be reversed by reactivating these cells, as long as only a few melanocytes are present.
This means that when the TRP-2 enzyme can be incorporated into a shampoo, conditioner or cream, these sleeping melanocytes will wake up.
This allows people to keep their hair color longer or even reverse gray hair.