Reverse The Grey
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect? Will all my hair change back at once?
It changes one hair at a time rather than all at once. Hair is running on a clock so to speak. It runs on a cycle where it developes, hangs out for awhile then falls out to be replaced by a new hair from the follicle. Since every hair is running on its own cycle which is not in sync with others (which is good, otherwise our hair would all fall out at the same time!), your results will show up one at a time. Having said that, many hairs will be changing at the same time but scattered all over the body.
20% of hair follicles are dormant at any given time. This dormancy period will last between 6 - 12 months. Any hair in this phase will not grow nor change in color and explains why it takes time for all the hair to revert to original color. View with caution any advertising that claims quick reversal of all gray or white hair, it's just not possible.
After all my hair changes will I have to keep taking it?
That depends on your age and what factors originally caused your hair to become grey or white. The younger you are, there will be a better chance that the original condition can correct itself during the process of reverting back to your natural color. If age, and the multitude of factors involved in that is the case, then it's unlikely the newly converted follicles will hold the color. If your natural color does begin to revert back, a low maintainance dose will suffice to keep the grey away.
How long will it take before I see results?
It is different for everyone. Some see grey hair changing at the roots after only 2 months of use, others at 3 months and some may have to go longer. Most will see changes at around 3 months. The factors that determine how long before original color begins to return depend on age, health status, diet, alcohol, tobacco use and more. Observe the roots of your hair anywhere it exists on the body to see the progress and be patient, it works.
Will the color of my beard change too?
Beard, mustache and sideburn hair is much more coarse and thus takes longer. Actually it will be the last hair on the body to change back, but, it will change.
My chest hair is grey, will it change?
Yes, chest hair will change back right along with the hair on your head. Also observe the hair on your arms as your normal color returns.
What are the ingredients?
In the bottle you'll find purified water, trace minerals and citric acid. The water is holding bio-available signatures that encourages the body to return hair to its natural/original color. See How Reverse The Grey Works.
How much do I have to take?
It is recommended to take 1 dropperful (15 drops), 3 times per day. If you miss the midday dose just take 2 droppers in the evening. Take for 5 days and then skip 2 days. This is easy to remember by just skipping weekends. The two days off allows the body to equalize itself. Taken as above the bottle will last for one month and three days.
Are there any side effects?
Some may feel a little extra energy, although most do not. There are no stimulants of any kind in the formula. There are no known side effects. The effect on the body is natural and in keeping with what is normal for it.
Is Reverse The Grey FDA approved?
There is no FDA approval process for non-drugs. The FDA does issue GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) statements. Our ingredients easily fall within GRAS.
Hair Vitamins Cost Less So Why Would I Use Your Product?
Great question. Sometimes hair vitamins do work but there are some precautions to be aware of, the same goes for herbs. For more about that follow the links to get the rest of the information. Herbs For Gray Hair
Now lets look at the cost. For vitamins to work long term you'll need to pay for high quality wholefood source vitamins or risk depleting your body of essential nutrition. To get the vitamin dose high enough to restore hair color you'll spend the same or more on vitamins than you would for Reverse The Grey. And, you'll need to maintain that level forever.
With our product you'll be able to taper down to a much lower dose to maintain hair color, so the cost of our product is less overall. There are big differences between what our product does and how it works compared to vitamins and herbs.
If the cause of your gray hair is purely nutritional you may want to consider supplements anyway because the gray hair is a possible early indicator of other nutritionally impacted health issues to come. Vitamins For Gray Hair
I was wondering if your product will work if one is greying due to a vitamin deficiency or medication that has linked with accelerated greying even if these circumstances persist?
Many go grey due to vitamin dificientcy and Reverse the Grey is helpful to them is such a case. Not because the formula
contains vitamins but a blueprint of what the body needs to maintain healthy hair.
With the blueprint present the body is able to focus properly on gathering what is needed from one's diet to fullfill
the blueprint. Seems simplistic but the body gets lost after deficientcies exist for a long duration and puts less
focus on those areas. Daily use of Reverse the Grey renews the focus.
With the blueprint present it is important that the building materials be present for success in reverseing grey
hair. A case in point. One of our early testers was finding success but at a very slow pace. While enquiring
about her diet we found that she consumed little to no protein on a daily basis. It is important to take in clean
protein daily for the proper building blocks to be available for cellular repair.
With the above example in mind, if you are taking a prescription that is stripping away vitamins from the body
a quickly as they are consumed or created in the gut, then it is doubtful Reverse the Grey would be helpful.
Does the product return hair back to its vibrant state and texture in addition to returning the color? When the natural hair color returns the hair shaft itself becomes strong, vibrant and has a shiny appearance.
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