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Topical Use of Steviol or Derivatives in Hair Care

SpecialChem / Oct 16, 2013

The hair is composed of a protein called keratin. The hair itself is arranged in three layers, an outer cuticle, middle cortex and central medulla. If the hair is colored, it is due to the presence of pigments--either eumelanin (black or brown) or pheomelanin (red or yellow). If these pigments are lacking, the hair is white. Canites is the term given to grey hair, it is an illusion created by the

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