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March 3rd, 2011

Nanotechnology could provide future for hair coloring, study

Abstract:
Scientists are looking into hair-coloring techniques of the future, including nano-sized colorants and substances that stimulate the genes to produce melanin pigment that colors hair, according to a study published in the American Chemical Society Journal.

The two scientists, Robert Christie and Olivier Morel, note that hair dye already is a multibillion dollar international industry, poised for even greater expansion in the future due to the graying of a global population yearning to cling to a youthful appearance.

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