4 Natural Hair Dyes by Swiss Mist for Men and Women

Swiss Mist carries 4 All Natural Hair Dyes for your benefit. Check these 4 popular selling items on Amazon.com

  1. Swiss Mist Pure Henna Hair Dye. (100 gms)
  2. Swiss Mist Pure Jet Black Henna. (100 gms)
  3. Swiss Mist Pure Dark Brown Henna. (100 gms)
  4. Swiss Mist Pure Indigo Leaves Powder. (100 gms)

These natural hair dyes are made from natural herbs and plants. They are good for both men and women. Men can also dye their beards with these dyes. These dyes are packed in air-tight aluminum pouches.

Swiss Mist has 4 Natural hair dyes for both men and women.

Our Ingredients in these hair dyes are all natural: Neem (Azadirachta Indica), Waterhyssop, Brahmi, thyme-leafed Gratiola, herb of grace, Indian pennywort (Bacopa monnieri), False Daisy (Eclipta Alba), Henna Powder (Lawsonia Inermis), Amla (Emblica Officinalis), Vetiveria zizanioides (perennial bunchgrass of the Poaceae family) and Indigo Powder (Indigofera Tinctoria).

The leaves from these plants are harvested. They are stored in a temperature controlled environment, and dehydrated until they are ready to be ground into powders.

We then triple sift our powders to ensure the finest and smoothest hair dye powders. We lose a lot of product by triple sifting, but we do this to ensure the highest quality in the end for you, our customer.

Natural Hair Dyes are safer than Chemical hair dyes. Research has shown us that using chemical hair dyes can have prolonged after effects, like unexplained headaches, severe migraines, loss of focus, nerve problems, and related health issues. Secondary problems currently being researched in the medical field show a correlation of disease to chemical hair dyes: a variety of cancers which include breast, bladder, leukemia, and possible kidney failure. However, definitive or conclusive findings are not in yet. Women are at greater risk of developing lupus, a serious blood disorder when using chemical hair dyes.

Scientists strongly suspect that chemical hair dyes can never be good for the health of one’s body. Absorption of chemicals by the human body can weaken human DNA and immunity, resistance to chemically caused cancers and tumors. Llanos, an assistant professor of epidemiology with the Rutgers School of Public Health and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, calls these “a variety of harmful exposures”. These inadvertent harmful exposures to chemicals through daily use of hair dyes, lipsticks, hair products, skin creams, and lotions can wreak harm on the human body in a big way. Repeated exposure to these chemicals can damage the body completely weakening our system.

“For the new study, researchers asked 4,285 white and black women in New York City and New Jersey about their past use of hair care products. Their ages ranged from 20 to 75. Nearly 2,280 were breast cancer survivors. The products included dyes, chemical relaxers and deep conditioning creams containing cholesterol or placenta. Cholesterol is marketed as a moisture restorer, and the placenta is sold as a hair repairer, Llanos said.”

Our Henna Hair Dyes & Indigo Powder are one of a kind & are highly rated Henna Products available in today’s natural hair dye market.

We carry fresh batches of all our hair dye products. Our natural hair dye powders have a shelf life of 36 months sealed tight in our Aluminum foil packs. This keeps our hair dye powders very potent with a guarantee to provide rich color stains to your hair. We recommend doing selective strand tests before application to get desired colors.

Our hair dye is of the highest premium quality. It is a GMO-Free Product. There are no Fillers, no Dilutions, no Parabens, no Alcohol, no Fragrance, and no additives to increase shelf life.

Our hair dyes are packed secure in Aluminum Foil pouches that provide an airtight environment to keep the dye fresh until the day you decide to use it.  

We recommend experimenting by mixing different shades of our hair dye powders in different ratios, to get over 70 stunning shades.

 

Sources:

https://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/news/20170620/could-certain-hair-dyes-relaxers-raise-breast-cancer-risk#1

https://www.webmd.com/lupus/news/20051117/lipstick-hair-dyes-raise-lupus-risk#1