Natural Herbal Hair Coloring

Hair dyeing is an ancient practice. During ancient times, plants like senna, indigo, henna, turmeric, Cassia obovata, and amla were the sources used to obtain hair dyes. To cover grey hair, Egyptians used henna to create the first hair dye — black.  Hair dye using synthetic ingredients did not emerge until the 1800s when chemist William

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3 Herbal Hair Coloring Ingredients You’ve Never Heard of Before

Traditional hair dyes weren’t developed until Eugène Schueller, the founder of L’Oréal, created the first synthetic hair dye during the 1900s. And it wasn’t until they discovered the reaction of p-Phenylenediamine, a chemical used in creating polymers, and Kevlar, when it came into contact with the air that they realized it could be used as

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3 Herbal Hair Coloring Myths Debunked

Hair coloring is often seen as taboo in several cultures. With tabooism comes stigmatization and false statements — aimed at dissuading rebellious teens from doing something arguably cool.  Here are a few common myths about organic hair dyes that you might have encountered, all of which are untrue. Common myths: 1) Natural Hair Dyes Can’t

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Warning: You’re Losing Money by avoiding Herbal Hair Coloring Products

That’s a bold statement, but you’d be surprised! It’s a common misconception that organic products are a lot more expensive than their traditional counterparts. Sure, some are more expensive up front, but you’re not just buying a product–you’re buying insurance, which is capable of saving compounding health costs over time. How many times have you

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