When you use hair dyes, do you get horrible red rashes, agonizing dryness, and swellings all over your body? If so, chemical-based hair dyes aren’t for you. The next time you walk out your door, dazzle your audience with colour-coated hair the natural way by using this 100% botanical, natural, and certified organic hair colour from the stables of Indus Valley.
What signs of chemical hair dye allergy are there?
In the presence of chemical hair dyes on your scalp or forehead, harmful chemicals react adversely with your skin, resulting in hair dye allergies. Depending on your skin type and the number of chemicals applied, hair dye allergies can be either mildly harmful or fatal. The symptoms of hair dye allergies do not necessarily occur only when your hair colour is used for the first time, but can also occur in subsequent uses.
- Head, neck, and face burning sensations
- Boils or blisters on the body and scalp
- Red skin rashes and sudden itching on the scalp are common.
- Redness in the eyes
- Swellings around the cheekbones and around the eyes
Which chemical component in hair dyes causes allergies?
PPD is the primary component of chemical-based hair dyes that triggers allergy (paraphenylenediamine).If you are allergic to hair colours, then you must study the contents of hair dyes carefully before buying them. Try avoiding PPD or any of its derivatives to stay clear of allergies.
Which hair colour is allergy-free?
Besides being allergy-free, Indus Valley New Hypo Allergic Aqua Colour restores hair health by repairing hair and scalp damage. For people with sensitive skin and allergy-prone skin, this product is highly recommended by dermatologists. In addition to keeping the scalp and hair naturally hydrated, it maintains a pH balance between 5 and 7 on the scalp. A 100% botanical hair dye, this product is made up of eight organic and handpicked botanical herbs. Chemical hair dyes, on the other hand, have a pH of around 9, which causes irritation to the skin.
Why choose Indus Valley New Hypo Allergic Aqua Colour?
It is a hair colour that is entirely botanical (made from plants) and was developed specially for people with sensitive or allergy-prone skin. This hair colour is what you have been looking for if you no longer wish to subject your scalp and hair to synthetic chemicals.
These are its specialities:
composed of eight exotic herbs for hair care: senna, chamomile, fenugreek, manjistha, and indigo
Has no additional chemicals of any kind, including ammonia, hydrogen peroxide (bleach), PPD or any of its derivatives, or heavy metals like barium, aluminium, or lead, thus it has no adverse effects.
How to use it:
Step 1: Application with Pouch A (Primer)
- Initially, shampoo your hair.
- Your hair length will affect the amount of powder you use. For neck to armpit length hair, one to two pouches are adequate, while two boxes of Aqua Hair Color are suitable for full-length hair.
- Wear gloves. To create a thick, lump-free slurry, mix the recommended amount of Pack with hot water in a non-metallic container.
- Use the Applicator Brush to apply the liquid once it has cooled to a lukewarm temperature. Leave it on for 45 minutes.
- After rinsing the buildup away, towel your hair dry.
Step 2: Application with Pouch B (Colour)
- To produce the colour mixture the same way as Pack A, use Pack B.
- Apply the mixture to your hair, then let it sit for 45 to 60 minutes.
- Wash your hair with water.
- Take your scalp and hair out of the spa for 15 minutes. After that, wash with water.
It might surprise you to learn that not all hair colours go well with all complexion tones. A product can only make the claim to be a hypoallergenic hair colour after extensive scientific research. The meticulously created Indus Valley New Hypo Allergic Aqua Color uses skin-friendly natural chemicals.