You may want to repost your questions about skin treatments and moisturizers as a Discussion rather than a tip so that the community can more easily see and find your post to reply to. Please mouse over the orange Post Now button and click on Discussion to open a new edit box.
I'm sorry that you have had a bad experience with hair color and that you sound like you are rocking a head full of silver highlights!
I notice you've mentioned the Joan Rivers Beauty powder and so for all the community members here, it's called Great Hair Day and it comes in various colors including gray. You use a brush to apply it to the scalp to disguise any thinning. For ladies who color their hair it can also help to disguise visible root growth too.
Another product worth looking at is Toppik, that is hair colored keratin fibers that shakes out of a dispenser. It also comes in various hair colors including gray. I find that helpful as I'm also starting to experience perimenopause/menopause hair loss in the front as well.
Please post your question about blue veins on the hands as a discussion starter. Mouse over the orange "Post Now" button and click on the discussion link if you want the doctors to more easily "see" your post as this thread is a tip rather than a discussion thread. Thanks.
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