- Permanent hair coloring cream that provides long-lasting gray coverage
- Intense and radiant color
- Protective cream with ingredients of natural origin
- Can be used every 2-3 weeks
- Ammonia-free, resorcinol-free, paraben-free
Ingredients Concern: PEG-2 Oleamine; Cocamide DEA; Propylene Glycol; Ethanolamine; Parfum (Fragrance); p-Phenylenediamine; 4-Amino-2-Hydroxytolueno.p-Aminophenol; 2-Methyl-Resorcinol;m-Aminophenol, 4-Chloro Resorcinol; N,N-Bis (Hydroxyethyl)-p-Phenylenediamine Sulfate; 2-Amino-4-Hydroxy-Ethylaminoanisole Sulfate. Colo
Cons: This product contain ingredients which may cause skin irritation or allergic reaction on certain individuals, A preliminary sensitive test should be made according to accompanying instructions, Contains phenylenediamines and hydrogen peroxide, Not to be used for dyeing eyelashes or eye brows, May cause blindness, Avoid contact with eyes, Wear enclosed gloves and rinse hair after application, The majority of the ingredients have high EWG scores
Sunflower oil is a good source of fatty acids that moisturize the skin (scalp) and this makes it an optimal ingredient for cosmetics [1, 2].
Wheat proteins help restore damaged hair and make hair follicles smoother and more compact .
Lemon fruit helps improve skin (scalp) health, promotes hair growth, removes hard-water build-up, targets dandruff, and adds bounce to limp, oily hair .
Linseed, which is the seed of the flax plant, contains polypropanoids that function as antioxidants which target fungi and bacteria on the skin and/or hair .
Permanent hair coloring that offers hair protection [1-6]
Sunflower oil contains polyunsaturated fatty acids such as oleic and linoleic acid that support the integrity of the skin barrier (scalp) and it also improves skin hydration . More specifically, sunflower oil targets peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-alpha (PRAR-alpha), thereby enhancing lipid synthesis and keratinocyte proliferation, both of which improve skin barrier repair .
Wheat protein supplies the hair with glutamine and amino acids that nourish the hair. It also helps the hair retain moisture, reduces porosity, and adds volume to thin hair by penetrating the hair shaft in order for it to be absorbed by the hair's inner fibers .
Lemon fruit provides antioxidants that offer UV protection to the skin (scalp) and its vitamin C content supports collagen production in both the skin (scalp) and the hair .
Linseed, the seeds of the flax plant, contain essential fatty acids that nourish hair follicles and provide anti-inflammatory activity that also helps protect the scalp and hair follicles .
Key Ingredients: Oleic Acid (Sunflower oil and Linseed); Triticum Vulgare (Wheat protein); Sodium Ascorbate (Lemon fruit) The % or mgs were not listed.
All Ingredients: PEG-2 Oleamine, Aqua (Water), Cocamide DEA, Alcohol Denat (Alcohol), Propylene Glycol, Ethanolamine, Oleic Acid, Hydrolized Vegetable Protein (Triticum Vulgare, Soy, Corn, Avena Sativa), Sodium Sulfite, Sodium Ascorbate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Parfum (Fragrance). (+/-) p-Phenylenediamine, 4-Amino-2-Hydroxytolueno.p-Aminophenol, 2-Methyl-Resorcinol, m-Aminophenol, 4-Chloro Resorcinol, N,N-Bis (Hydroxyethyl)-p-Phenylenediamine Sulfate, 2-Amino-4-Hydroxy-Ethylaminoanisole Sulfate. Colo
Put on the single-use gloves. Put Naturtint colorant into the color developer application bottle. During warm weather, it is recommended to mix the treatment in a plastic or glass bowl. Never mix in a metal container. Remove the tip of the lid. Place gloved finger over tip and shake the bottle for 2 minutes until the mixture is well blended. IMMEDIATELY apply the entire mixture. Do not keep the bottle closed, in any case. If you only require part of the kit, mix needed amount in a glass or plastic bowl, never in the color developer application bottle or a metal container. Unmixed portions may be capped and stored for future use. Cover shoulders with a towel to protect clothing from stains or wear an old T-shirt. Starting from the roots, evenly apply the mixture to unwashed, dry hair. Massage or comb colorant through the hair, applying the remainder of the product to the ends. Development time a: On previously uncolored hair: Evenly distribute the mixture through the hair and wait 30 minutes. To achieve more intense color or to cover stubborn grays, extend the development time for a total of up to 40 minutes. For root touch-up b: Apply the mixture to the roots and leave it on for 20 minutes. Then apply color to the rest of the hair and leave it on for another 10 minutes. Total application time: 30 minutes. To cover stubborn grays, extend the development time for a total of up to 40 minutes. Discard any unused mixture. Gently massage while rinsing the hair with warm water until the water runs clean and clear. Work Naturtint shampoo into a lather, work through the hair, and rinse with plenty of water. Apply Nutrideep multiplier on damp hair, beginning at the roots and working through to the ends. Leave it on for 2 minutes and rinse with warm water. This completes the Naturtint coloring process! Naturtint can be used every 2-3 weeks.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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