Monday, July 31, 2017

What’s the Deal with Gray Hair?

According to a 2005 review article in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology reported that Caucasians start to go gray in their mid-30s, on average, Asians in their late-30s, and Africans in their mid-40s. Gray hair is rumored to be caused by stress but it is more attributed to aging and heredity.

As hair follicles age it affects the amount of catalase. Catalase is important because it breaks down hydrogen peroxide in the hair follicle. Hydrogen peroxide is what makes the hair turn grey, and without catalase to break it down it takes over the color of your hair.

Scientist have also discovered that some men and women are born with an inherited tendency to go gray before their time. Therefore, we see people in their 20’s with full heads of gray hair. Actors such as George Clooney, Richard Gere and Gary Lineker all went gray very early on.

The only thing worse than gray hair is no hair! At New England Associates®, we are committed to helping each client grow the hair of their dreams! From surgical to non-surgical, we offer all the procedures that will help you Look As Good As You Feel!™


At New England Associates® we offer the latest solutions for men and women suffering from hair loss. With over 35 years in the hair industry, we have proven to find each client a solution that suits their needs and gives them their desired results. From Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation to HairStart® Laser Hair Therapy, our procedures are guaranteed to make you Look As Good As You Feel! ™ To learn more about us, our hair loss solutions and read client testimonials, visit our website at or call 1-866-HairStart

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