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Who doesn't love a luscious mane? Getting those gorgeous locks requires a little tender, loving, care that our hair deserves. We cleanse, deep condition and even style it to get the best possible outcome, however, sometimes even that isn't enough – especially, when you spot the dreaded grey hair lurking within. While grey hair might be a sign of growing older, that is not the only reason why it might be turning grey.

Essentially, melanin production is one of the root causes of hair greying. Although diet plays a significant role in maintaining your hair, the cells that emit melanin determine your hair's natural colour. As you grow older, melanin production slows down causing hair to grey.

While, colouring might seem like the most feasible and stylish option, it only solves your issue at a surface level. In order to prevent greying, you need to delay it – and chamomile is one such ingredient that will help you do precisely that. the way ageing skin can be slowed down using natural skincare products, similarly, you can now delay greying with a botanical solution too. Now colouring or dying your hair isn’t the only option.

Almost all shampoos are chemical based and may also have a negative effect on hairs. The best-proven ingredients in the world for hair, researched by some scientists are shikakai (Acacia concinna), reetha (soapnut or Sapindus Mukorossi), and amla (Indian gooseberry). Shampoo manufacturers won't tell you that. It takes a few minutes to prepare before you can use it. You can make it in bulk and store in the refrigerator to use for 3-4 days. The only thing is do not use it cold, but use it when it is at room temperature or lukewarm.

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