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Anti-Aging haircare?

I received a bottle of shampoo and the matching conditioner from Pantene's anti-aging haircare a while back, which left me feeling a little puzzled.

Now, I'm not an expert but I didn't realise until recently that our hair can age too. Obviously I know that hair turns grey with age but the idea of anti-aging products for your hair is a new one on me. I've only started using the shampoo and conditioner so I can't really comment on whether or not my hair looks younger (as being honest, I hadn't noticed it aging either) but I do think they are a decent enough shampoo and conditioner and would probably buy them both again in the future.

I still find it weird that such a thing even exists!

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Kasman wrote on December 16, 2017, 1:14 PM

Given our obsession with hiding our age and looking youthful I suspect this is just another marketing ploy to part us from our hard-earned money!

MegL wrote on December 16, 2017, 1:48 PM

That's the first I have heard of that type of product too. It could be a bit of a shock to receive that type of product without prior notice! LOL

VinceSummers wrote on December 17, 2017, 8:31 AM

Hair is dead. Actually, it was never alive. So "nutrifying" the hair, rendering it "ageless", and whatever other nonsense there is, is invalid. Some color it to make themselves look younger. But why? Gray hair, even white hair, properly groomed, is quite nice. Both sometimes to call for a "rinse" (a light coloring) to brighten them or to cover over yellowing, but other than that, gray hair is dignified and yes, looks nice.