White or Mature Hair
Gray or White Hair, Your Hair Needs a Good Shampoo
The appearance of gray hair is a natural physiological process. The follicle no longer produces melanin, and the hair loses its original color.
Age is not the only factor; gray hair can appear prematurely due to genetics, stress, or a sudden emotional shock.
We couldn't talk about white hair without dispelling a misconception: plucking white hair does not produce more white hair. When you pull out a white hair, it's replaced by a single new one.
In the case of white hair, you can choose to dye it. In this case, the necessary shampoo and care will be for colored hair. If you decide to color your gray hair, don't think it doesn't need care. On the contrary, you should use products specifically designed for gray hair.
Regardless of your hair type, once it turns white without pigment, it becomes dry, dull, more fragile, and more susceptible to damage. It also tends to yellow.
The products you use for gray hair need to moisturize them and maintain a pleasant white tone.
How to Take Care of My Gray Hair?
They should be washed with shampoo for gray hair and moisturized.
Wash your hair with a good shampoo for white hair to rid it of yellowish tones and enhance its whiteness. Use it as your regular shampoo, supplementing it with a suitable conditioner.
Alternate with a shampoo for dry and soft hair, sulfate-free.
We recommend washing as infrequently as possible, 1 to 2 times a week, due to the fragility of white hair.
To dry your hair, proceed as usual, and if you're using a hairdryer, do so at a low temperature.
Consider adapting your haircut.
To moisturize the hair, you'll find a wide range of masks and oils suitable for gray hair.