The title of this post is a bit misleading. You might think it’ll tell you how the recent wave of anti-aging hair products work their magic, physician but rather, it’ll tell you that these products have no magic. Here, we outline why these products are all hype with no substance, and what other things you can do to stay looking young.\n\n\n\nTo be clear: they’re great\n\nThese anti-aging hair products tend to be stronger versions of their non-anti-aging counterparts, but not because they prevent your hair from aging. Exactly the opposite, they simply make your hair look newer and replenished more remarkably than most competitors. But they do absolutely nothing to slow the aging of hair.\n\nWhy do they say they do, then?\n\nIt’s all marketing. There’s no known biological \”cure\” for gray hair; pigment loss is a natural part of growing older. But just as dying your hair isn’t an actual treatment for aging hair, neither are anti-aging hair products. They simply give the illusion of young hair.\n\nHow can I stay looking young instead?\n\nTry things that are long-lasting. Of course, hair dye is a valid solution, as is straightening your hair or volumizing it. But what if you’re able to make your hair look fresher by enhancing other parts of your face? Consider stronger eyebrows or lips to make your hair pop.\n\nThe Whitney Center specializes in permanent lip and eyebrow cosmetic tattooing, including the microblading procedure that we’ll soon offer in our New York office. Contact us now to learn what our decade-plus of experience can offer you.