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Does eating soap make your hair gray?


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#1 anabluess

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 03:25 PM

Hi guys! So my sister eats soap like 12 years she said she holds her back and haven't eaten it like 2-3 years or so. But she still obsessed with soaps and when she washes her hand she smells her hand.
My sister is 23 years old and she has many gray hairs. And when I read about it it says that if she exposed to toxic or foreign matter it can be.
I really wonder whether it is true.
Do you guys have any idea?

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#2 cold brownie

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 05:58 PM

i think eating anything that isn't supposed to be eaten, especially for long periods of time, could have negative effects. not sure if its the soap though lol. it could also just be an odd genetic thing, an old friend of mine started getting greyish-white hair when they were fifteen.


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#3 sstaryday

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Posted 18 September 2020 - 01:07 AM

i agree, it could be genetic

 

i got my first grey at 12 and now i have a good speckling throughout my head at 16 and my mom started going grey at the same age, but my sister has no greys at all 


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