Drug stops hair going grey
London, Oct 4: A wonder pill which is being developed can stop hair from turning grey, a media report said Monday.
Experts at beauty firm L'Oreal claim it will keep your barnet - the hair - the same natural colour forever, The Sun reported.
They promise the daily drug will not be expensive - and is totally natural because it uses a fruit extract.
Bruno Bernard, head of hair biology at the cosmetics giant, said: "People will take it like a dietary supplement. They need to start using the pill before their hair goes grey."
L'Oreal - which has been developing the drug for more than a decade - says it won't be available until 2015. And it will take 10 more years before they can prove it works - because it takes that long for grey hairs to sprout, the newspaper said. IANS
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