i have been using mms for hair loss and it works for sure. but my hair has become blond, the same colour i had as a child. i was wondering if anyone knows if it bleaches the hair or returns the original colour.
thanks for any input.
The next will grow with the natural color, Is just the bleach effect of CL02, BTW you did not indicated if you are using activated MMS or no Activated.
I doubt the hair color would come back to to its natural color without any form of help, but it would of course grow out in its natural color. In any case you could always purchase some hair dyeing products in at your local store and go for whatever color you want.
And,, surprisingly, my almost white hair is now much darker, but not back to the color I grew up with (which had more brown - this is closer to black) - what I'm seeing is individual hairs are coming in darker. At the rate this is going, in 10 years I might be back to my original color, LOL.
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wow - wouldn't that be great - I have been spraying my head also and I have noticed that I am getting a different shade, good, but not back to what I had when young - it was really dark, almost black.. My gray doesn't seem to be as prominent.
Lovin it and its making my head feel so much better - the terrible itching I used to have is almost totally gone.
How many drops of MMS (activated or not activated) are you using per how much water?
Can a bottle be made up for long term use after showers and whatnot?
My partner has pretty bad dandruff on his head and beard, and I'm thinking this may be more effective than just protocol 1000 alone. Btw, when y'all say MMS1 does that mean protocol 1000?
Lastly, I heard that MMS can actually turn ones hair back to not grey. I stated getting greys when I was 17 during a huffing period. The front hapf my lf of my head al almost white now. Has anyone seen a true turnaround in their color?
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