By  on September 14, 2007

In the never-ending battle against aging, it seems like there’s always a new frontier to conquer. Case in point, your hair. Where once we thought spackling grey roots with dye would do the trick, it turns out that’s just scratching the surface. Aging can cause hair to become brittle, dry and less dense.

“Just like with skin, everyone ages differently,” says Paul Schiraldi of L’Oréal Professionnel. “It usually begins around the age of 35. We’ve found that there’s a 10 to 20 percent loss of density in individual strands over each progressive decade.”

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