By Madelyn Perez | 01/24/2013 - 13:25 | 0 Comments
With the exception of Kelly Osbourne, most women don’t choose to go gray before they’re 40. Today, many women don’t have a choice. If a person goes gray before 40, they are going prematurely gray—a phenomenon that has been linked to stress, genetics, and lack of vitamin B. More than 40 percent of Americans will have grays before age 40.
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