With allergies to everyday products on the rise and an environment screaming out for change, it’s a perfect time to examine the products you use to see if there’s a better option. And what better place to start than with your hair colour.
The exact percentage of women who colour their hair is up for debate, but the general consensus puts it somewhere in the region of 85%. And the number of men colouring their hair is on the rise too.
But the conventional hair colours used by many home hair colourists contain high levels of synthetic chemicals - like ammonia, resorcinol and naphthol - that can be harmful to both the user and the environment.
Thankfully there is a healthier alternative.
Tints of Nature began formulating their hair colour, made using certified organic and natural ingredients, over 30 years ago.
“We wanted to provide home hair-colourists with healthier natural alternatives to their mainstream hair-colour and hair-care products,” says Tints of Nature Co-founder and Managing Director Raoul Perfitt.
Tints of Nature hair colours are crafted in the UK’s beautiful New Forest using certified organic and natural ingredients wherever possible. And, where synthetic ingredients cannot be avoided, they are used in the lowest possible quantities.
“Unfortunately, there are still some ingredients that have no viable natural alternative,” Says Mr Perfitt. “But we’re always looking for ways to do better.”
Tints of Nature’s colouring system is made with 95% naturally derived and 75% certified organic ingredients. It’s proudly vegan and cruelty-free, contains no ammonia, resorcinol or naphthol, and offers beautiful grey coverage, vibrant fashion colours, and superb natural hues. But the goodness doesn’t stop there.
Tints of Nature is the first colour company in the world to use 100% post-consumer recycled colour bottles and cardboard packaging; a result of the company’s drive to move away from using virgin materials.
Your hair colour doesn’t have to come at the expense of the health and wellbeing of you or the environment. There are healthier alternatives that are, at the very least, worth a try.
How can you get better results with your home hair colour?
Join the Tints of Nature Team - Founder and Managing Director Raoul Perfitt, Canadian Sales Manager Tracey Burby, and Communications Director (and hairdresser) Vicki King - to hear more about the company and get some invaluable hints and tips for professional-standard colour and care results at home.
When: Wednesday July 28th, 5:30pm EDT
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