Biomarkers of aging are biomarkers that better predict functional capacity at a later age than chronological age. Stated another way, biomarkers of aging would give the true “biological age”, which may be different from the chronological age.
Validated biomarkers of aging would allow for testing interventions to extend lifespan, because changes in the biomarkers would be observable throughout the lifespan of the organism. Although maximum lifespan would be a means of validating biomarkers of aging, it would not be a practical means for long-lived species such as humans because longitudinal studies would take far too much time. Ideally, biomarkers of aging should assay the biological process of ageing and not a predisposition to disease, should cause a minimal amount of trauma to assay in the organism, and should be reproducibly measurable during a short interval compared to the lifespan of the organism.
Although graying of hair increases with age, hair graying cannot be called a biomarker of ageing. Similarly, skin wrinkles and other common changes seen with aging are not better indicators of future functionality than chronological age. Biogerontologists have continued efforts to find and validate biomarkers of aging, but success thus far has been limited. Levels of CD4 and CD8 memory T cells and naive T cells have been used to give good predictions of the expected lifespan of middle-aged mice.
Meet my client Joanne. She would spend countless hours in the mirror, trying anything to make her aging hair look fuller. She’s teasing it with hairspray only to make it drier.
How to Make Aging Hair Look Younger Meet my client Joanne. She would spend countless hours in the mirror, trying anything to make her aging hair look fuller. She’s teasing it with hairspray only to make it drier.
The solutions I suggested did wonders.
She now can leave the house quickly knowing that she will always have a great hair day!
She also can’t stop looking at her hair when she passed by car windows.
For a woman who is mature in age, she can’t believe how young her hair now looks!
The left photo shows her before. The middle photo is taken after 12 months and right photo is taken after 22 months.
Make Aging Hair Look Younger Testimony:
Hey Charlene- You’re not only an owner, decision maker, & master artist, you’re a fabulous magician. How you came up with hair with the exact color, fineness, texture, natural wave, movement, & shine as my own is beyond me. I’ve already spent over 5 hours out in the rain with it shoved under a hat (which eventually got wet), & wear it twisted into a bun at night. Each time, all I have to do is remove the hair pin, shake it out, & I’m good to go. I spend less time on my hair than I ever have & it looks fantastic. I washed it without any problem with my own moisturizing shampoo & conditioner. I blow dried just the roots like you said, but with a diffuser, & let the bottom air dry into beautiful, soft curls. It takes something like Nexxus Hair Glow really well too & looks extra pretty. I guess you can tell I’m thrilled. And because it wasn’t such a drastic change, most people think I just had a great body wave. And a great confidence booster at that! My only problem: I need more brushes, 3 to be exact. I carry the one you gave me everywhere & need extras for my locker, my purse, etc. Please order some for me & email me when you have them. We can figure out when I can stop by to pick them up. & one last thing. I grabbed a yellowbook from 2004 when I was looking up beauty salons, which explains why I didn’t see any of the ads you showed me. But the one for “virtual makeovers” in the new Verizon book would’ve definitely caught my eye. Well, I think that’s it. Gotta go admire my beautiful hair some more. Thanks a million!
Hey Charlene! Just spent the weekend on the beach in Ocean City, Md. Had a great time & for once I was so proud of my hair, not to mention that it was incredibly easy to take care of. After all this time it still air dries into beautiful shiny curls. Even my husband said he loves how it looks. Charlene! I wish you many, many more years of success. You go girl!