- Hair Dye FAQs
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Hair Dye FAQs
Indigo can be used on its own to work on those stubborn grays, however, it is recommended to save some of the mixture to apply on localized areas where the grays are more abundant after the first application.
Parabens are chemical used in beauty products to prevent them from forming bacetira, fugus and any other microbes. Sulfates are chemical used to cleanse and to produces the lathering effect used in shampoo, toothpaste, soaps and other personal care formulation. With this information, you might think that maybe they're not that bad, but the truth is: According to several studies, parabens have been shown to mimic Estrogens, this causes hormonal inbalance and might lead to problems in the body's cells. Sulfates strip the hair of its natural oils, causing hair breakage, dryness, and possibly hair loss and partial alopecia.
Short answer is around 4 weeks. Your gray hair roots usually will show since hair grows normally around 1/2 inch per month. Indigo will dye your gray hair well, especially if you do two steps. If you wash your hair weekly, the color may last between 4 weeks or less. Depending on your hair, you might need to color twice a month.
Our Henna Powder is pure and natural, free from any type of chemicals, preservatives or additives. With this said, our Pure Henna Powder is recommended as a Hair/Beard Dye only, not to be used in Skin or any other part of the body. It should never be used on cut or abraded scalp
Pure Henna Powder is free from any bleaching or chemical agent. It cannot lighten your hair. On lighter shades, Pure Henna deposits a Red, Orange or Brown shade, depending on what color you start with, but it has low to no effect on dark hair.
Pure Henna will definitely have an effect on Grays, but It might not be what you're looking for, depending on the shade of your hair. Pure Henna will deposite an Orange shade on your gray hair. If you want a dark shade to cover your grays, we recommend doing our 2 Steps Henna and Indigo for Grey Hair
Pure Henna Powder will deposit an Orange - Redish shade to your already red hair. The darker the hair, the more it'll shift to brown - dark brown
Our Pure Henna Powder is 100% Henna Powder from the Lawsomnia Inermis plant, dried and grinded into a fine mesh, no additives or preserratives. 100% Pure and Natural.
Some of our customers do; however, the American Food and Drug Administration FDA forbids henna or henna based products use on eyelashes or eyebrows so we must advice against using it for this purpose.
They definitely can. Those looking for a dark brown usually mix Henna and Indigo. The darker they want it, the more indigo they add to the mix.
Pure Indigo Powder is a great alternative to cover the gray hair naturally. Indigo Powder is 100% Natural and Pure. Indigo is also used as a second step used with Henna to cover gray hair.
Indigo will be a great "Black" natural hair dye and conditioner. Its only from leaves of the índigo plant that were harvested, dehydrated, crushed, and grinded to a very fine mesh. Prepare the paste and apply it twice for a deep black (and to better cover grays if any).
Henna is a permanent hair dye. It does not washes out but fades over time. It will stay vibrant for 4-6 weeks and then you can layer the color all you want. Henna hair dye dye works like a varnish over your natural hair color, rather than chemically changing it, because of this, emerging roots are far subtler than after using alternative synthetic dyes.
Our Pure Cassia Obovata leaf powder (neutral henna) is sold for hair use only. As a natural product, it should not cause any scalp irritation as it's an excellent natural conditioner.
Cassia Obovata is known as Neutral Henna because its powder resembles the Pure Henna Powder. In reality, these are two different plants. Both Cassia and Henna share the hair conditioning properties. However, Cassia Obovata is known as NEUTRAL or COLORLESS Henna because it does not dye the hair like Pure Henna does. It's an excellent conditioner and Hair Treatment.
No, Cassia is not used for curls taming, it's only used for conditioning. It's great for all types of hair.
Since our natural Indigo powder is a blue dye, applying it directly to your hair will leave an intriguing blue tint. However, to get darker shades like brown, auburn or black, you need to prime your hair with our natural Henna hair dye treatment before using indigo powder. Follow these 2 proven steps to get the benefits of natural hair dyes - no chemicals and hair conditioning: STEP 1 - TREAT YOUR HAIR WITH HENNA. In a mixing bowl, soak our Henna Powder (100 gms for short hair, 200 gms for shoulder-length hair, 300 gms for really long hair) with Tea Water or Coffee Water overnight as adding coffee makes the red color of henna more visible. Add only a dash of Lemon Juice if you wish. Add Yoghurt or Egg for additional conditioning. The next day, apply the paste on clean, product-free hair for 45-60 minutes, depending on preferred intensity. Rinse thoroughly only with water, repeating as many times as you intuitively need. Do not use shampoo. STEP 2 - TREAT YOUR HAIR WITH INDIGO. After rinsing your hair, let them dry. Mix the Indigo Powder (100 gms for short hair, 200 gms for shoulder-length hair, 300 gms for long hair) in warm water to prepare a paste. Apply on your hair, using gloves if applying with your hands, or a spatula. Leave on for 45 minutes, or more, depending on preferred intensity. It’s advisable to keep it on hair for up to 2 hours to get rich black color. Rinse thoroughly with water. Wash your hair with a cleansing shampoo the next day. Following these two steps will result in the desired natural black hair color. You can use this method to color your hair twice-thrice a month.
Hair and Skin Supplements FAQs
There are various ways to use our Rose Petal Powder. Mix 1/4 cup of Rose Petal Powder in 1/4 cup of coconut milk until forming a smooth paste. Apply it from root to tip of your hair. Leave it on for 30 minutes, then wash it off with natural shampoo. This pack is excellent for hair nourishing. Another great way to use is to rejuvenate the hair follicles. Add two (2) tbsp of rose petal powder to coconut oil, some drops of rosemary oil and a little bit of honey. Mix it to form a paste, wet hair and apply the mixture from scalp to roots. Massage the scalp in a circular motion. Leave it on for 30 minutes, and then wash it off with lukewarm water. This can also be used to help the hair grow healthier and remove dandruff.
Our pure Rose Petal Powder is made of only dried rose petals from the Rajasthan Province in India, that have been grinded and triple sifted to a very fine mesh. They are from the Damascena family of roses (Rosa × damascena).
We market our Pure Rose Petals for cosmetic purposes. Because this is 100% rose petals and they are edible, some customers use the powder for other purposes.
Our Orange Peel Powder is just that: Orange Peels that have been dehydrated, grinded, and triple sifted to a fine mesh. We sell it for cosmetics purposes as they are widely used for that and it is also safe for human consumption and many people do eat them.
Properly stored, our pure orange peel powder will generally stay at best quality for about 2 to 3 years.
Lemon peel is the richest part of the lemon in Vitamin C. 100g of RAW lemon peel contain aroubd 129 mg of vitamin C.
Hi! Yes, it is rich in antioxidants. Take 2 tablespoons of our Pure Lemon Peel powder in a glass or plastic bowl, and 2 tablespoons of rose water (if you don’t have, you can use cucumber water), and add 2 to 3 drops of lemon juice to make a paste. Apply this paste on the face, neck and other adjoining areas. Let it leave for at least 20-25 minutes. Once it dries, wash it off with lukewarm water for best results.
Lemon Peel Powder is primarily used For Cosmetic Purposes (facial scrubs, skin preparations, etc.). With this said, the peels of lemons are edible, though most people dislike the bitter taste (some customers use them for tea infusions).
Yes, Soapnut is just another name that Aritha is known for. Aritha is also known as Arishtak, Areetha, Reetha and Soapberrie.
For better results, leave the paste on the hair for 20-30 minutes, then rinse it out with abundant water. Please, do not let Shikakai get into your eyes as it can be cause some irritation.
Depending on the current state of your hair, you can use it twice or three times a week (for more damage hair) or once a week (for healthier hair). Shikakai can take more time that regular shampoo, but it more natural, does not contain sulfates or parabens or any harmful chemicals.
Wondering how to combine our Pure Amla & Brahmi for an awesome hair treatment? Wonder no more. Follow these steps to a healthier hair: 1. Use a container - metal preferred. 2. Add 2 tablespoons of Pure Amla Powder. 3. Optional: Many people add 2 tablespoons of Pure Brahmi Powder (hair growth promoter, strengthen hair follicles). 4. 5 tablespoons of plain yogurt. 5. Add a little water into you get a pudding like consistency. 6. Apply from roots to tips. 7. Leave for 3-4 hours. 8. Rinse your head and wash with your preferred shampoo. 9. Repeat twice a month (suggested) for better hair.
Our Manjistha is 100% pure Rubia Cordifolia, no colorants or chemicals. Our pure Manjistha is redish.
Our Pure Brahmi Powder has many restorative and regenerative properties for your hair and scalp. There are many ways to make oil using Pure Brahmi as an ingredient but here's one we like: 2 tablespoons of Pure Brahmi Powder 4 tablespoons of coconut oil 3 tablespoons of olive oil 2 tablespoon of castor oil Process: 1. Get two pots one bigger and one smaller that can fit in the first one. 2. Fill the bigger one with about 2 cups of water and bring to a boil 3. Put the smaller pot inside the boiling water. 4. Add coconut oil, add olive oil, add castor oil, then add Pure Brahmi powder - in that order and stir for around 1 minute, turn off the heat. 5. Use a cut pantyhose tip to cover a 3rd container (plastic or glass), and dump the oil mix using the pantyhose as a retainer (see picture). 6. Squeeze the oils the best you can and store for use in your favorite bottle.
Our Pure Aritha Powder has natural high level of saponins, which are natural foaming agents and can be used to wash sensitive skin and hair.
General Supplements FAQs
Moringa is rich in antiioxidants, minerals and vitamins. This makes Moring a potent allied of a healthy inmune system. Moringa has a high protein content. Moringa leaves are nearly 25% protein. Its high fiber content makes moringa an excellent herb to preserve a healthy digestive system.
Take 600 mg of aswhagandha a day, divided in two doses: -300 mg in the morning with breakfast -300 mg in the evening, before bed. Ashwagandha Powder can be consumed raw or with honey. It can be added to shakes, smoothies, coffee and other drinks.
Ashwagandha is a known adaptogen. It contains compounds that are known to have a positive effect on our health. It may help calm the brain, lower blood presure and benefit the immune system. Its use has spiked in athlethes and fitness enthusiast: According to them, ashwagandha has and effect on endurance and recovery
It is. Our Ahwagandha and all of our products are produced in an organic facility approved by the USDA. It's packed in a resealable Food Grade Plasctic zip lock bag.
You should always consult your doctor before using this or any herbal supplements. In Ayurveda, Senna is widely to relieve constipation in adults. Senna might be too strong for kids, so a small amount is recommended. It's better to use Senna before bed time, as it takes some time to have an effect on the body, usually between 6-12 hours.
Although both herbs come from the same Lamiaceae family, Tulsi and Basil do not taste or are the same. Basil is an essential culinary ingredient, whereas Tulsi is commonly used as a tea infusion more in a medicinal and religious way.
Tulsi is widely used as a tea ingredient. It can be added to other drinks, such as lemongrass or hibiscus tea.
Taken on its own, Tulsi is completely Caffeine Free.
Tulsi & Tulsi Panchang are both Holy Basil, used widely in Ayurveda ancestral medicine. Some customers prefer their teas or drinks from one or the other and find Tulsi Panchang to have a different slightly bitter taste; however, it's based in taste. Botanically, both plants belong to the same Family.
Defintely. Lemongrass is widely used in Asian cultures for its aromatic properties. It can be used as a spice in dishes like Curry Thai Paste, soups and stews; Lemongrass Oil and Lemongrass Mosquito Repellent.