Ingredients In Khadi Herbal Hair Colours
Acacia catechu (Katechu)
Acacia Concinna (Shikakai) Acacia Concinna (Shikakai) is a climbing shrub found in India. Shikakai helps to strengthen hair, gives volume, keeps hair soft and promotes hair growth.
Amla (Emblican Officinalis) is a fruit bearing herb known as the Indian Gooseberry which has a high content of Vitamin C and is used in Ayurvedic traditional medicine. Amla helps to aid hair growth and prevent hair loss and greying.
Bacopa Monniera (Brahmi) Bacopa Monniera (Brahmi) is a creeping herb native to Southern India. Brahmi helps to thicken hair, reduce split ends, promotes hair growth and prevents an itchy scalp.
Bhringaraj (Eclipta alba) is a tropical herb used in Ayurvedic medicine and studies have shown that Bhringaraj helps stimulate hair growth, prevents hair loss and gives shine to lack lustrous hair.
Cassia Obovata Leaves (Senna/Cassia)
CI 77499 (Iron Oxide)
Lawsonia Inermis otherwise known as Henna is a small flowering plant. After crushing the Henna leaves, the central vein of the leave is where the red-orange dye is found. Only true henna will produce a rich red-orange colour. Henna can be mixed with other plant. To achieve a darker colour, henna can be mixed with indigo.
Indigofera Tinctoria know as Indigo is a leafy Asian shrub which produces a blue dye. When Indigo is mixed with pure henna it then creates colours ranging from brown to black. Indigo will leave your hair feeling soft and silky.
Jatropha Glandulifera (Jatropha)
Neem (Azadirachta Indica) is a fast growing tree that can reach a height in the region of 20 meters and is native to India. Neem is used to strengthen and condition hair.
Rubia cordifolia (Manjistha
Santalum album (Chantan, Sandalwood
Symplocos racemosa (Lodhi
Syzygium cumini (Jamun
Terminalia Bellirica Roxb. (Vibhitaki)
Terminalia Chebula (Harad, Haritaki) Terminalia Chebula (Harad) is a treewhich grows to 30 meters. The leaves are ground down and used to condition and nourish hair and promotes hair growth.