Hairprint Review – Restore Your Natural Hair Color Without Dye
When this girl noticed the first gray hairs on her head, she went to the store, picked up a henna hair dye and upon calculating the hassle factor, she put it back up on the shelf. She was pretty sure that she would end up with roots that have two different colors on her head.
She was also concerned that if she added dark dye to her already dark hair, it would make her look even darker, and she did not want that. She simply wanted to get her natural color back.
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Overall, this woman considered herself to be pretty happy. But, genetics was not in her favor, because by the end of his twenties, her dad had a gray hair. Although, she had had the benefit of better and healthier food, which seemed to made the difference.
This is when she stumbled across Hairprint. The Hairprint is not a dye, but a way of replenishing the natural pigment of a brown or a black hair color, all the while strengthening the overall structure of the hair.
It was developed by Dr. John Warner from the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry in Massachusetts, and contains eight easy ingredients which, when combined together, activate the pigment that is responsible for the pigment of your eyes and skin.
Unlike the ingredients from other hair dyes that damage the hair and the scalp, the Hairprint uses natural ingredients that preserve the health and make the hair darker. Here they are:
- Bicarbonate of soda – yes, we are talking about baking soda. Even though it may not be suitable for frequent use, it does help the hair a lot.
- Sodium carbonate – this is washing soda, and is sometimes called soda ash because it can be made from burning kelp, seaweed and other vegetation, or created by processing limestone and salt.
- Mucuna pruriens – a velvet beans made extract. These are tropical legumes which have been used for a long time for its medicinal properties.
- Ferrous gluconate – iron, the essential mineral.
- Manganese gluconate – another essential mineral.
- Diatomaceous earth – a fine powder created from fossilized phytoplankton.
- Hydrogen peroxide – the hair follicles naturally create this compound – and the Hairprint mimics this process.
- Carbomer – well this is a surprise. We are talking about all natural ingredients and we land on carbomer. If by any chance you are not familiar with this compound, it is a thickener made from petrochemicals. According to the research this girl had done, the carbomer is one of the few petrochemicals that pose no danger to the overall health of the humans and no danger to the environment. Even all the green sites do not say anything bad about this compound. The carbomer cannot create any irritation or allergy whatsoever.
Because she wanted this product to be 100% natural, she talked to the people who worked on Hairprint, suggesting an alternative – and it is the konjac glucomannan. They have discussed it, but considering all options, they still concluded that the carbomer is the better solution.
When it comes to her experience, she says that the Hairprint worked beautifully on her hair, even if it’s combined with homemade shampoos, coconut milk leave-in conditioner or vinegar rinse. The color didn’t fade for all four months.
The Hairprint is a product that can be used by many people. Starting with all individuals who have black or brown hair, to pregnant women (because the compounds are already present in the body of the woman and cannot do any damage to the infant or the milk she would later produce), and with people who have previously treated their hair with hair color.
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