Natural Hair Dyes are Safer and Healthier
Suvarna sell 100% natural hair dyes which give lovely natural colours. They are much safer and healthier – for your body and the environment – than the standard commercial chemical dyes.
Logona Natural Hair Dyes contain henna and other natural plant ingredients such as indigo, hibiscus and walnut shells. They feel nice to use and don’t have a strong chemical smell. They give a subtle natural-looking tint to your hair whilst improving the condition of your hair, increasing volume and shine.
Aubrey Organics hair dyes are similar to Logona. They are based on henna and indigo and they also give a lovely condition to your hair.
Palette by Nature Hair Dyes contain 100% natural and 50% organic ingredients. In general they are more potent than the Logona and Aubrey hair dyes and give stronger colours and better coverage on grey hair.
At Suvarna we offer advice on choosing the right hair dye for you – contact us here or call 01695 728286
The Hazards of Conventional Chemical Hair Dyes
Conventional chemical based hair dyes contain highly toxic ingredients which can have very severe reactions such as rashes, burning swelling of face and neck and some reactions can be so severe that it requires hospital treatment and steroids, injections etc. A bad reaction to hair dyes can happen suddenly even after someone has been dying their hair for 20 years and not had any previous history of allergies.
p-Phenylenediamine (PPD) is the most common ingredient in hair dyes to cause allergic reactionsIt is a sensitizer that can instigate immune system response that can include itching, burning, scaling, hives, and blistering of skin. p-Phenylenediamine is a suspected carcinogen and mutagen. PPD can also be known as phenylenediame, phenylenediame dihydrochloride or benzenediamine dihydrochloride or aminoaniline dihydrochloride.
Ammonia is used to open up the cuticle and allow the p-Phenylenediamine based dye to penetrate the hair shaft. In high enough concentration this can irritate the skin and damage your hair.
Other Toxic chemicals in hair dyes are Peroxide, Parabens, Resorcinol and Propylene glycol
BEWARE Of Some So-Called Natural Hair Dyes
Even some natural hair dyes which claim to be natural and are sold in health food shops or Asian shops can still contain chemicals such as PPD. Before using a so-called natural hair dye always study the full ingredients list very carefully.
For more information visit our website http://www.suvarna.co.uk/natural-hair-dye.html