Ammonia in Hair Dye
Ammonia is put into hair color in order to bust through the hair cuticle to deposit color. A consequence of this action is damage to the hair cuticle that ultimately degrades the hair’s structural integrity. The result overtime is dry, brittle, unhealthy looking hair.
Effects of Ammonia include irritation to the:
- Respiratory System
- Skin (In higher concentrations, ammonia can cause burns to the skin)
Para-phenylenediamine in Hair Dye
Para-phenylenediamine (PPD) is the most common and well-known component in hair dyes. It can also be found in oxidative hair dyes and dark henna temporary tattoos. Prolonged exposure to temporary henna tattooing and hair dye will see individuals be sensitised to PPD overtime. PPD allergy can cause severe reactions and may result in complications.
Talk to your hair stylist; opt for ammonia-free and PPD-free dye today.
Non-ammonia & Non-PPD permanent hair dye
Technology has advanced since we first use ammonia in hair dye. The current formula uses gentle ingredients that are beneficial for the hair without giving up the performance of grey-hair and colour coverage.
The presence of high quality oils includes Macadamia Oil, Cyperus Oil and Rosehip Oil, conditioners of natural origin and Bisabolol give the formula soothing, nourishing and brightening properties to guarantee excellent results.
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