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From: Peter Lamas (peter.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Peter ... need advice about going gray :(
Date: February 27, 2007 at 5:55 pm PST

In Reply to: Peter ... need advice about going gray :( posted by Beachlover on February 12, 2007 at 8:28 pm:

I agree with your husband in that you should stop and give your scalp a rest for a few months before you get back on anything. Apparently your scalp has become sensitive to the coloring product you have been using.
I would like to see you not apply any coloring, or chemical treatments for a good 2 months, if you are able from a vanity point of view to do this. After that, I would suggest going to a health food store where they carry colorants such Nutra Tint, or Nature Tint. These are a more natural approach to hair coloring in that they leave out some of the harsher ingredients like ammonia. They are not 100% natural but they are gentler on the hair and scalp and may be a better fit for you. They color fairly well and you will need to pick a color closest to your natural color because they are not intended to change your color completely but they do work pretty well on gray hair. Another thing you could try is Henna color; this is 100% natural but gray can be very strong and stubborn to color so you have to leave the Henna on for longer periods of time...some times much longer than the box directions. The good news with Henna is that you can not go wrong and have more room for testing the strength (time left on) that your hair will need to achieve the results you want. I would also like to suggest the Chinese Herb Shampoo to assist in stimulating healthy hair growth. This is an incredible scalp treatment and may be very helpful in your case.
I do hope this can be of help and please feel free to write me back if I can be of further assistance.



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