Herbal Earth

Biocolorist's Therapy’s Herbal coloring powder

Listen to the earth, it will give you its colors

Benefits

The properties of herbal dye

Lawsonia Inermis leaves powder (Henna)
The golden copper pigments contained in its leaves are ideal for achieving blonde, brown or copper shades. The green powder extracted from its dried and ground leaves is used as a key dye in the preparations of the earth.

Indigofera Tinctoria (Indigo)
From its leaves it is possible to obtain the suitable indigo to create brown and ash shades. It also has beneficial properties for the skin since it makes the hair thicker and shinier thanks to the ability to rebalance the sebum and fight dandruff problems.

Bacopa Monnieri (Brahmi)
A powder from ancient India and an excellent ally for the health and beauty of hair. It works against dandruff and hair loss. Ideal for oily or dry hair. Fortifies the roots making the hair shiny and dense and prevents hair graying.

Phyllanthus Emblica (Amla) 
Ancient plant that grows in the tropical and subtropical areas of Southeast Asia. The combination of bioflavonoids and vitamin C present in Amla make it a powerful antioxidant. It improves hair pigmentation, enhances its color and stimulates the follicles, helping them to grow. Ideal for those who want beautiful and thick hair.

Phyllanthus Emblica (Amla) 
Ancient plant that grows in the tropical and subtropical areas of Southeast Asia. The combination of bioflavonoids and vitamin C present in Amla make it a powerful antioxidant. It improves hair pigmentation, enhances its color and stimulates the follicles, helping them to grow. Ideal for those who want beautiful and thick hair.

Eclipta Prostrata (Bhringraj) 
This grows mainly in India and Nepal. Its fine gray-greenish powder in India is known as the “king of hair” because it performs a purifying and soothing action on the skin, stimulates growth and makes the hair soft, shiny and voluminous.

Terminalia Chebula (Haritaki)
Fruit of a native Himalayan plant, rich in antioxidants. It has a purifying and antiseptic power. It stimulates collagen production, helps prevent hair loss, dandruff and grey hair. Gives brightness and thickness.

Acacia Concinna (Shikakai)
This belongs to the Saponina family. It acts as a carrier based on natural surfactant and releases the soft hair after applying the powder dye. Prevents hardening of the hair.

Citrus Reticulata blanco commonly called Mandarin
Its leaves are full of essential oil. It is known for its antiseptic and revitalizing properties favored by its active ingredients.

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