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 Posted 1/25/2014 7:27:51 AM
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Hi again, i work in a cosmetic industry and we use MELITANE for antisolaire products, we have it in 1 lt botlle, i think i can send you some of it if you want.. and the recipe of lotion that i made it..
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 Posted 1/25/2014 7:29:14 AM
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and something more, i see the repigmentation at my hair  no in my beard..
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 Posted 1/27/2014 5:29:26 AM
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It's my 4th day on the pseudocatalasa shampoo I created myself. I did the peroxide test again. Most bubbles are gone. When adding the peroxide, many small bubbles appear after a few minutes. I guess that's a good sign.

I've also noticed that near my ears I am very grey and on top of my head and on the back almost nothing ( maybe on top a bit more). It all happened in a very short amount of time.
I hope that even when it's due to stress, the pseudocatalase will help. Does it work for everybody? ( I do wanna give it time for a good reversal)
On the UVB exposure: is it necessary? I mean: I live in a country with literally no sunshine and buying a wand is a bit expensive at the moment.

I've also heard stories on drinking wheatgrass being beneficial. Any thoughts on that?
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 Posted 1/27/2014 12:28:51 PM
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The full effectiveness of pseudocatalase is unknown. It hasn't been used long enough. Regardless, the theory is solid. It should at the very least greatly slow the process down.

The lighter the hair the more important UVB exposure is. It force the pigment to return.

Apparently wheatgrass has worked for some people, although it's the minority. If it worked for everyone we wouldn't be having this discussion. With that being said, learning how to deal with stress in a positive manner, working out, and eating right is still a good idea.
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 Posted 1/28/2014 2:20:01 AM
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New product with Melitane....

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 Posted 1/28/2014 4:41:22 AM
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The full effectiveness of pseudocatalase is unknown. It hasn't been used long enough. Regardless, the theory is solid. It should at the very least greatly slow the process down.

The lighter the hair the more important UVB exposure is. It force the pigment to return.

Apparently wheatgrass has worked for some people, although it's the minority. If it worked for everyone we wouldn't be having this discussion. With that being said, learning how to deal with stress in a positive manner, working out, and eating right is still a good idea.


Thanks but on both sides of my head it's gone almost completely white in a very short period of time.
On the UVB exposure? What do you do when you live in a country where the sun never shines? Does it make sense that I keep using the shampoo if I get no sun exposure. On ebay the seller described for grey reversal: normal daily UV exposure, I just don't know how much. There's no way I'm going to tanning saloons and have an old wrinkled skin.
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 Posted 1/28/2014 6:09:09 AM
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I have been using the shampoo every day for 4 months. Not much UVA exposure because where I live in the mid west we are suffering a terrible winter.  -10 F right now. So, when I am able to get outs side once the weather changes will things sort of "catch up" as far at the UVA exposure. Should I keep using the shampoo during this time?
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 Posted 1/28/2014 6:31:19 AM
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Hey Dave, have you noticed any results so far?
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 Posted 1/28/2014 9:09:40 AM
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I know Belgium is a cloudy place, but it is not a cave. Surely you can find AT LEAST a few days every month to get some sun? There are cloudier places in U.S. and it's possible to do so.

Also, the normal color hair you have doesn't need sun exposure. Pseudocatalase, in theory, should be enough to at least slow down the graying process and maintain color.

@daveI think it's safe to say you should see better results during the spring/summer/fall months. If you have silver/gray hair sun exposure matters less than if you have white hair.

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 Posted 1/28/2014 9:34:54 AM
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Okay, but is it sufficient to have a reversal? On the temples my hair is almost completely white and it doesn't match the rest of my head.
Is it sufficient to spend a few days outside even when the sun isnt really shining? Is a good summer enough to compensate a bad winter without going grey again?
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