Chemical & Gluten FREE
HAIR HOLISTIC ECO SALON is environmentally friendly ,we reduce toxicity as much as we can to provide you with the best salon services .
We prioritize the use of natural, organic, and non-toxic hair care products.This includes shampoos, conditioners, hair dyes, and styling products that are reduce or free from harmful chemicals like ammonia, parabens, sulfates, and synthetic fragrances.
Henna Hair Coloring:
Henna is a natural plant-based dye derived from the Lawsonia inermis plant. It has been used for centuries to dye hair and is known for its conditioning properties.
HAIR HOLISTIC offers henna hair coloring as an alternative to synthetic hair dyes.
Henna provides a range of shades, from red to brown, and can be mixed with other natural ingredients for customized colors. Our henna hair dyes bond with your hair while the other variaty of herbs condition the hair and scalp .However, it’s important to note that henna is a permanent hair dye and cannot be lightened or easily removed.
When using natural herbs for hair coloring, it’s important to note that the results may vary depending on your hair’s natural color, texture,gray pattern and porosity.
It’s advisable to conduct a patch test and consult with a professional hair colorist or herbalist for guidance on proportions, application methods, and achieving desired results.
Benefits of Henna: Henna hair coloring is favored by individuals looking for a more natural and organic hair dye option.
Henna is considered safe and gentle on the hair, as it does not contain harsh chemicals. It can also provide conditioning benefits, making the hair soft and shiny.
• Made from 100% Plant Material
. BALANCE THE SCALP & PROMOTES HAIR GROWTH
• Conditions, Adds Body and Shine to all Hair Types
• Can be used to cover or blend Grey or White Hair
.Blends naturally & Fades gradually
Free of all conventional color Chemicals, Preservatives and Dyes.
NO PPD, NO ammonia, NO peroxide, NO metallic salts, or any other chemical will ever be used in our henna hair color service .
Here are a few examples:
Indigo is another plant-based dye commonly used in combination with henna to achieve darker hair colors. It is derived from the Indigofera tinctoria plant and can be mixed with henna to produce shades ranging from brown to black.
Cassia obovata, also known as neutral henna, is a plant whose leaves can be ground into a powder and used to color hair. Unlike henna, cassia does not impart a reddish color. Instead, it provides a golden or yellowish tone, making it popular for enhancing blonde or light hair shades.
Amla, also called Indian gooseberry, is a fruit known for its high vitamin C content. In hair care, amla is often used as a natural hair conditioner and is believed to promote hair growth. It can also be used in combination with henna to enhance shine and deepen the color.
Chamomile is a flowering herb that is commonly used to lighten hair. It has natural bleaching properties and can provide subtle golden or honey highlights to the hair. Chamomile tea or chamomile-infused rinses are often used for this purpose.
Walnut hulls, the outer shell of the walnut fruit, can be used to create a dark brown hair dye. They are often boiled to release their pigments, and the resulting liquid can be applied to the hair to achieve a rich, brown color.
Beet root is a vegetable known for its vibrant red color. It can be used to create temporary red or purplish tones in the hair. Beetroot juice or beetroot powder can be mixed with other ingredients and applied to the hair for a natural hair color boost.
OTHER PLANT & INGREDIENTS
false daisy, centella leaves, Marigold Flowers ,aloe,black tea,apple cider vinegar,lemon ,apple juice .
Red Kaolinite Clay:
Red clay purifies the scalp and helps boost hair volume.
HENNA NATURAL HAIR DYE while pregnant ,lactating or anemic ?
Although our henna hair dye is made with natural ingredients, sensitivities and allergic reactions to even natural products are possible.
Henna is a natural product but may be unfit for certain individuals. Its application to skin and hair for cosmetics, healing, and social occasions is a widely used practice.It usually carries no significant medical complications in a healthy individual.However, henna in a patient with G6PD deficiency can cause serious medical complications, including hyperbilirubinemia and hemolytic anemia,The active integrant of henna, lawsone (2-hydroxy-1,4-naphthoquinone), has been linked to henna-induced hemolytic anemia (HIHA).It may, however, be limited to people with weakened antioxidant defenses such as glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency. Avoid henna if you have G6PD deficiency or have been advised to avoid Fava beans, are extremely anemic, or have citrus allergies.
Consult a physician if you have any concerns or are pregnant and would like to use henna and get tested for (G6PD)
Sustainability in Henna Sourcing:
HAIR HOLISTIC salon offers henna hair coloring and we prioritizes sourcing henna powder from sustainable and ethically responsible suppliers. This can involve ensuring that the henna plants are grown without the use of pesticides and that the harvesting and production processes are environmentally friendly and support local communities.
HAIR HOLISTIC often focus on educating clients about the benefits of using natural and eco-friendly hair care products, including henna.
They may provide information on the application process, aftercare, and maintenance to help clients achieve the best results with henna hair color.
If you’re interested in our holistic scalp services, I recommend reaching us to inquire about the specific treatments they offer.
HAIR HOLISTIC ECO SALON
141 nw 20 th St. suit b7 boca Raton Fl 33431