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From: Peter Lamas (peter.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: PETER, question on Save & natural Hair color
Date: February 5, 2007 at 1:45 pm PST
In Reply to: PETER, question on Save & natural Hair color posted by Maria on January 23, 2007 at 6:14 pm:
Some companies are offering less harsh alternatives to hair coloring as a whole but there is no one color line that I am aware of that is using full proof natural ingredients with the exception of Henna. Most all colorants I see on the market today that claim to be natural are only speaking from the fact that they contain some “natural “ingredients but they also contain harsh ingredients like propylene glycol. Overall I think they are saying “less harsh” on the hair because of the type of dyes they are now using but are not weeding out all the harmful culprits. Here are three that I am aware of as being “less harmful”; Naturtint, Herb tint and Tint of Nature. Keep in mind that these are not all natural though. I have been researching for some time now for an alternative and hope to come out with a truly natural, chemical free hair dye but this is very challenging because you want more than just natural…you want something that works too!
I think Henna is the only choice if you want all natural but they are not strong actors when it comes to gray hair. If you do consider Henna, you will want to leave it on much longer than the chart states in order to work the gray and achieve some true results. The good news it that Henna will not harm the hair so you have some room to work with in order to find what is going to work with your hair.
I do hope this can be of some help and regret not being able to offer a truly natural alternative at this time.
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