Keep your dark hair
Greying hair can sometimes be alarming to men, but now you can maintain your dark colour and slow down hair loss.
Many man have a problem with grey hair. When they discover a few, some may find it alarming as it is a visible sign of ageing. So why does hair change colour? Though the reasons of greying is not yet entirely clear, what is clear is that with age, hair roots increasingly lose their ability to form colouring melanin pigments so the hair shaft gradually turns white. As more strands of hair lose their pigments, the hair will look progressively greyer due to the mix of white and naturally-coloured hair.
With Alpecin Tuning Shampoo from Dr Wolff Research, men can maintain their dark hair. This is not hair dyeing which involves a chemical process. With “hair tuning”, the dark pigments in the shampoo attach to the surface of the hair, covers up lighter patches and counteracts the greying process. The effect gradually intensifies with each wash. Even if men dye their hair, they could use the Tuning Shampoo to prolong the time between dyes.
The shampoo also has shown to significantly slow down hair loss. Thanks to the shampoo’s caffeine-based formula, weak, fatigued roots are energised, the growth phases of individual roots are sustained, and hair growth is enhanced. Simply shampoo your hair, and leave the foam in place for two to five minutes to allow it to penetrate both the hair follicle and the surface of the hair strands. Rinse thoroughly and style as usual.
Alpecin Tuning Shampoo is available in selected Watsons, Guardian, Unity, NHG pharmacies and independent pharmacies as well as NTUC FairPrice islandwide at S$15.90.