Hairprint restores gray hair to its true color.
No smell, no burning, no toxins, no dyes, no kidding.
It is the only product in the world that repigments hair.
It contains eight food-grade ingredients.
It lasts for months and does not wash out.
Invented by the founder of Green Chemistry, Dr. John Warner.
After four years of experimenting, he tried it out on himself.
Take a look at the video below.
Will it work for everyone? For most people, but not all.
It won’t work on reddish hair, redheads, or blondes.
We’re working on it.
Dyed hair? No problem. We have a special application method just for you.
Otherwise, you are good to go and we are here to help.
There are only two clean ways to color hair: Henna or our Patented Technology Hairprint, which uses Mucuna Pruriens (a velvet bean) to recreate your natural pigment.
Otherwise, there is no such thing as a clean permanent hair dye. It doesn’t matter if it is sold at a natural hair salon, at Erewhon Market or at Whole Foods. A hair dye would have to remove the following ingredients before it could be called clean. But then, it wouldn’t work.
N-Phenyl-p-Phenylenediamine Sulfate (PPD)
Toluene-2,5-diamine sulfate (listed as PPD in EU law)
Note: The above list is of actual ingredients listed by companies claiming their hair dyes are clean.
The dye itself is the problem.Notice how many clean hair dye websites do not give access to their complete ingredient list.
If clean hair dye companies talk about their organic farm and how they are putting ginseng and argan oil in their product, that is the same as putting rose petals in gasoline. It is still gasoline.
Permanent hair dyes were invented in 1907 and have barely changed since then. They were created at a time when there was less awareness of the harmful effects of the toxins, endocrine disrutors, coal tar dyes, carcinogens, and other chemicals that cause continual damage to the hair scalp.
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