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5 Indian Plants for Hair Growth and Healthy Hair Care

5 Indian Plants for Hair Growth
-and Healthy Hair Care

5 Indian Plants for Hair Growth and Healthy Hair Care –by L.J. O’Neal, writer.
Actually, this is the first of two articles that will review the beneficial properties of 10 commonly used Indian plants for hair growth and healthy hair care. This post reviews the first 5 plants on this list.[1] Listed in alphabetical order:

Amla, Bhringraj, Brahmi, Cassia Obovata, Henna

Amla (Indian Gooseberry, Emblica officinalis)

Amla (oil and powder) is used as a treatment for hair and scalp problems. Amla is wonderful cleansing agent and excellent conditioner for hair. It imparts luster to hair and protects from dandruff, also helps prevent premature gray hair. It stimulates growth of hair on the scalp, and strengthens the hair roots. Amla extract in all-natural shampoo does not deposit any color on the hair and can be used by everyone. Amla extract helps replace the nourishment lost by hair gels, chemical hair color and hair spray.

Bhringraj

Bhringraj is an Ayurvedic herb found throughout India. For centuries, it has been reported to improve hair growth and color. A medical study showed that extracts of Eclipta prostrata decreased the amount of time it took for hair to begin regrowing and to fully regrow. [1] Bhringraj (Eclipta prostrata) is used from the hair shaft to the tips, for preventing baldness, anti-dandruff, anti-lice and revitalizing the hair. Bhringraj is also proven to be effective with numerous benefits: improve hair shaft condition; stop hair loss and thinning hair; promote luxuriant hair growth; stop premature graying of hair shaft and improve hair color. It’s used as a rejuvenating hair tonic and natural hair conditioner.

Brahmi

Brahmi (scientific name: Bacopa monnieri) has been long used as a hair tonic to provide nourishment and vitality for radiant hair color. By nourishing the hair roots and scalp, it is known to reduce hair fall and premature baldness, clears dandruff from scalp, thus promoting healthy and lustrous hair with no side effects.

Cassia Obovata

Cassia Obovata (Senna italica) is an ancient plant from India that has a number of beneficial properties. The ground powder is made from harvested, dried leaves of the plant. Cassia Obovata will naturally condition all textures of hair, adding luster and supple definition. It’s also been used to thicken, color or highlight natural hair color; improve scalp condition and eliminate dandruff. 

There is some confusion about Cassia Obovata due to the fact that Cassia Obovata (Senna) has been commonly marketed as Neutral Henna. Cassia Obovata is not Henna or made from the Henna plant. The staining and conditioning properties of Cassia Obovata (similar to henna staining and conditioning) might be one of the reasons it is often marketed as “neutral henna”.

Staining properties: The yellow color is left when the Cassia Obovata made into a paste and is left on the hair for long periods of time. If your natural hair color is blonde or gray, it will brighten and add golden hues and golden highlights (depending on length of time it’s left on your hair). If your natural hair color is brunette or black, you will still reap the deep conditioning benefits found in pure Cassia Obovata –but it will not bring out golden highlights if you don’t have any naturally.

Henna

In addition to its staining and dying properties, did you know that the henna plant is also used for its hair conditioning benefits? Pure henna contains conditioning properties that are quite beneficial to hair. Henna as a hair conditioner results in increased strength and shine to your hair. With continued use, henna hair dye restores the acid/alkaline balance in the scalp. Damaged hair begins to heal and strands are protected from further damage and excessive dryness. Additionally, henna has been used for centuries as an effective aid to treat and prevent dandruff. Allergy to pure henna is extremely rare. 

Where can you find a reputable supplier of these Indian plants for hair growth in powder form? Saba Botanical of USA. In my next post, I’ll review the benefits of: Hibiscus, Neem, Orange Peel, Reetha, Shikakai. 5 more Indian plants for hair growth and healthy hair care. 

1Apart from this list, there are also a number of other Indian plants for hair growth and healthy hair care.
2
Chopra, RN, Nayar, SL., Chopra, IC.,1955. Glossary of Indian Medicinal plants. C.S.I.R., New Delhi.

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5 Indian Plants for Hair Growth and Healthy Hair Care –by L.J. O’Neal, writer.

 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
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Lustrous Henna Ingredients -Conditioning Henna Hair Dye Benefits

Lustrous Henna Ingredients -Conditioning Henna Hair Dye Benefits-L.J. O’Neal, writer.Benefits of Lustrous Henna® Hair Dye Ingredients

Lustrous Henna® hair color is 100% natural henna hair dye, It’s the preferred hair color choice of health-conscious men and women, people allergic to chemical colors, pregnant women, breastfeeding women, teenagers.  Various natural hair color shades are achieved using pure henna and pure extracts of ancient herbs.

The following are the ingredients of Lustrous Henna®. The order in which the ingredients are listed on each pack varies from one shade to another:

Lawsonia inermis, Indigofera tinctoria, Isatis tintoria, Coffea arabica, Rubia tinctoria, Bocopa monniera, Eclipta prostrada, Acacia concinna, Trigonella foenumgraecum

Lustrous Henna Ingredients -Conditioning Henna Hair Dye Benefits-L.J. O’Neal, writer.Get to Know Lustrous Henna® Hair Dye Ingredients

Botanical Name: Lawsonia inermis
Synonyms: Henna, Al-Khanna, Al-henna, Jamaica Mignonette, Mehndi, Mendee.
Usage: Used as henna powder, it is a natural hair dye, hair color, also called mendhi, used for hair coloring, hair dying, hair conditioning, it’s known to be a hypoallergenic dye used by pregnant woman, also by many men and woman, specially who are allergic to chemical dyes. 

Botanical Name: Indigofera tictoria
Synonyms: Indigo, Pigmentum Indicum, Neel, Neelii
Usage: This is one of the most ancient natural dyes used by man for dying of hair and textile. was used before christ. This natural vegetable dye, most of the time is used along with henna to create color shades. It makes hair soft and silky.

Botanical Name: Acacia catechu
Synonyms: Catechu, Cutch, Katha, Khar
Usage: Used as traditional mouth freshening material with beetle leaves, also used as natural dye for hair coloring and textile.

Botanical Name: Bacopa monnieri
Synonyms:  Bhrami, Halneem, Bacopa
Usage:  It’s a herb of 1-2 feet tall grown widely in India and other neighboring countries. 

Botanical Name: Acacia concinna
Synonyms:  Shikakai, Satla
Usage:  Anti-dandruff, anti-lice and hair vitalizer. 

Botanical Name: Eclipta Alba
Synonyms: Bhagra, Bhringraj, Beemraj
Usage:  Prevention of graying of hair, hair tonic, hair conditioning agent.

Botanical Name: Rubia cardifolia
Synonyms: Manjith, Madder, Manjistha
Usage:  For dyeing and coloring of hair and Textile, anti-fungal properties.

Botanical Name: Embalica officinalis
Synonyms: Awla, Amla
Usage:  Hair colorant, Hair tonic, Hair conditioner.

The combination of these amazing herbal ingredients not only color your hair, but Lustrous Henna® hair dye actually conditions your hair. Now that is something not to be found in a harsh chemical dye. Experience healthy, radiant hair from ancient plants.

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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 *Even though our herbal ingredients have been used in natural medicine for centuries, we must add the following disclaimer: The herbs, formulas, and recipes contained within this web site are not to be considered substitutes for proper medical and health care. As with any other medicine, if you are sick, you should consult a physician to find out if the herbal preparations listed here are right for you. Saba Botanical does not make any medical claims nor warranties regarding the use of the products listed on this site. No matter how natural a product is, it may have a potential of causing side effects and allergic reaction on certain individuals. You should consult your physician before taking any medication.

Herbal Henna Hair Treatment for Brunette and Blond Hair Care.

Herbal Henna Hair Treatment
Includes Amla, Shikakai, Jatamansi (Indian Spikenard) and more

Saba’s Herbal Henna Hair Treatment Powder (by Saba Botanical of USA) is a 100% natural product. Saba’s Herbal Henna Hair Treatment Powder contains henna, along with other beneficial herbs, including Jatamansi (Indian Spikenard). Saba’s Herbal Henna Hair Treatment Powder is used for dying, conditioning and nourishing hair and scalp; also to promote hair growth.
Herbal Henna Hair Treatment for Brunette and Blond Hair Care –L.J. O’Neal, writer.

Herbal Henna Hair Treatment for Brunette Powder 
Herbal Henna Hair Treatment for Blonde Powder

The powerful hair care ingredients that make up Saba’s Herbal Henna Hair Treatment Powder are:

Henna (Lawsonia Inermis),  Amla (Emblica Officinalis),  Shikakai (Accacia Concinna),  Brahmi (Centella Asiatica),  Bhringraj (Eclipta Alba), Harad (Terminalia Chebula),  Behada (Terminalia Bellirica Roxb),  Neem (Azadirachta Indica), Jatamansi (Nardostychys Jatamansi), Hibiscus (Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis), Tulsi (Ocimum Sanctum.)

So, are you ready? Saba’s Herbal Henna Hair Treatment Powder for hair is an excellent way to provide healthy and truly beneficial hair maintenance that yields beautiful results.

Herbal Henna Hair Treatment for Brunette and Blond Hair Care –L.J. O’Neal, writer.Herbal Henna Hair Treatment
-About Jatamansi (Indian Spikenard)

Jatamansi in Sanskrit; (Nardostachys jatamansi), botanical name; Indian Spikenard in English also called nard, nardin, and muskroot is a flowering plant of the Valerian family that grows in the Himalayas of Nepal, China, and India. It is used in the manufacture of an intensely aromatic amber-colored essential oil. The oil has, since ancient times, been used as a perfume, also as a medicine and is mentioned in Biblical history. Indian Spikenard or Jatamansi was one of the early aromatics used by the ancient Egyptians, in Israel and has also been used historically by wealthy Roman women in perfumes and beauty preparations.

Indian Spikenard is an aromatic rhizome. The botanical name has its roots in the Hindu word Jatamansi, which means, “dreadlock of hair”, due to the roots appearance. “The plant grows to about 1 m in height and has pink, bell-shaped flowers. It is found in the altitude of about 3000–5000 meters. Indian Spikenard rhizomes (underground stems) can be crushed and distilled into an intensely aromatic amber-colored essential oil, which is very thick in consistency. Nard oil is used as a perfume, incense, a sedative, and an herbal medicine said to fight insomnia, birth difficulties, and other minor ailments.”It’s also been used for centuries to promote hair growth and to eliminate gray hair and maintain natural hair color.

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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Hair Breakage -6 Reasons and 6 Solutions- Pt. 2 of 2

Hair Breakage -6 Reasons and 6 Solutions- Part 2 of 2, by L.J. O’Neal, writer.

Hair Breakage – Reason #4
Excessive Hair Pulling

Styling hair in tight hairstyles that pull and tear your roots, such as: tight braids and up-dos, tight ponytails, etc. Using abrasive combs and hairbrushes can cause damage to your hair. Not protecting your hair at night can cause friction from the fabric fibers and produce hair fall.
Hair Breakage – Solution#4
Be Gentle to Your Hair

Brush gently: Using a non-abrasive hairbrush (with nylon bristles or natural boar bristles or similar) to gently massage in hair oils encourages scalp stimulation to slightly increase hair growth; and blood to reach follicle at the root. Healthy circulation promotes better hair growth.


Protect with safe hair maintenance: Try and avoid styles that constantly pull and tear your roots (tight braids, tight ponytails, etc.) If you must braid, loose braids are best day or night.  If you braid your hair before sleeping, satin helps reduce friction from hair against fabric fibers, thus protecting against breakage. Simply cover hair or braid(s) with a satin sleep bonnet; satin bun cover or using a satin pillow protects your braids or other hairstyle.

Hair Breakage – Reason #5
Using damaging hair accessories

The following unsafe hair accessories can tear your hair out, cause severe hair breakage and cause extreme damage to your hair:

  • Rubber bands, stick elastic
  • Combs, headbands, etc. with sharp teeth
  • Hair accessories with sharp edges
  • Hair clips, barrettes, bobby pins that constantly pull hair will also pull it out.

Hair Breakage – Solution#5
Use safe hair accessories


Safe hair maintenance means using accessories that won’t undo all the healthy hair care that you’ve worked so hard to achieve: 

Soft headbands; scarves; Ouchless-type elastic band (no rubber); hair jewelry or flowers real/synthetic, gently clipped to plastic hair pins; hair scrunchies made of elastic bands or soft non-damaging fabrics; seamless plastic barrettes, rounded teeth. For really long hair, try a hair fork (Asian-Inspired) or hair stick that doesn’t have sharp metal sections or seams; Amish steel hair pins or Amish hair snaps (look like a clip, but very gentle).

Hair Breakage – Reason #6
Ongoing use of chemical hair dye

Chemical hair dye penetrates the cuticle of the hair, damaging it. The hair is exposed to para-phenylenediamine (PPD), hydrogen peroxide, ammonia and other harsh chemicals, causing overlapping of cuticular seates to lift from the hair cortex, thereby leading to rapid loss of amino acid. By removing the proteins that build the structural strength, the hair shaft is weakened with every application. The chemical damage results in an easily fractured hair shaft and eventual hair loss.

Hair Breakage -6 Reasons and 6 Solutions- Part 2 of 2, by L.J. O’Neal, writer. Hair Breakage – Solution#6
Protect your hair with pure henna

Dermatologists have recommended the use of all natural pure henna for hair to prevent potential scalp allergy and hair loss caused by the overuse of chemical hair color dyes. Pure henna coats the hair and doesn’t penetrate the hair shaft. Pure henna contains conditioning properties that are quite beneficial to hair. Allergy to pure henna is extremely rare. Pure henna can be mixed with 100% natural plants and plant extracts to create a variety of natural hair shades.


Final Note
Apply these hair care protection, hair maintenance and style tips proven to stop hair breakage. By changing bad habits, you’ll enjoy healthy, radiant and beautiful hair.

 
 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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 *Even though our herbal ingredients have been used in natural medicine for centuries, we must add the following disclaimer: The herbs, formulas, and recipes contained within this web site are not to be considered substitutes for proper medical and health care. As with any other medicine, if you are sick, you should consult a physician to find out if the herbal preparations listed here are right for you. Saba Botanical does not make any medical claims nor warranties regarding the use of the products listed on this site. No matter how natural a product is, it may have a potential of causing side effects and allergic reaction on certain individuals. You should consult your physician before taking any medication.

Lustrous Henna® Colors Hair with 100% Natural Ingredients

Know Your Lustrous Henna® Ingredients

Know your ingredients: henna hair dye is semi-permanent, also works as natural hair conditioner and helps with hair growth. The FDA (of USA) has approved henna as a safe and effective alternative for natural hair color. Pure henna alone, however, produces a brash orange-red color that isn’t really appealing to most individual. Lustrous Henna® is pure henna mixed with 100% natural ingredients that color, condition and nourish your hair in a variety of flattering natural hair shades.

The following chart lists Lustrous Henna® ingredients. The order in which the ingredients are listed on individual shade packages -varies from one shade to another. Know your Lustrous Henna® ingredients and achieve color by nature.

Lustrous Henna® Colors Hair with 100% Natural Ingredients, by L.J. O’Neal, writer.(click on chart for larger view)

Hair Color by Nature with Lustrous Henna®

 

Lustrous Henna® Colors Hair with 100% Natural Ingredients, by L.J. O’Neal, writer.

 

Lustrous Henna® is made completely from nature. However, this is important because we all should be concerned with the ingredients found in so-called “all natural” hair color dye mixes, since many do contain some chemicals that can be potentially harmful. Lustrous Henna® does not contain any chemicals.

In short, Lustrous Henna® ingredients (the order in which 100% natural ingredients are listed on each pack varies from one shade to another) botanical names are:  Lawsonia inermis, Indigofera tinctoria, Isatis tintoria, Coffea arabica, Rubia tinctoria, Bocopa monniera, Eclipta prostrada, Acacia concinna, Trigonella foenumgraecum.

Benefits of Lustrous Henna

  • Both for men and women
  • PPD free, No Ammonia, No Peroxide.
  • Blocks UV so your hair doesn’t become sun damaged
  • Strengthens your hair so it won’t get split ends
  • Makes your hair glossy and shiny
  • Will give you most natural look.
  • Adheres to the hair beautifully
  • Looks more like your natural color
  • Since color fade gradually, do not create ugly white/gray lines with growth 
  • Conditions and protects your hair, instead of stripping your hair from the natural protein it needs to stay healthy and grow.
  • Does not penetrate in the hair shaft to cause them to dry, and become lifeless and brittle.
  • Covers any other color as it coats the hair.
  • Lustrous Henna® colors contain herbs that have therapeutic values, will heal not hurt, as opposed to chemical-based dyes that have known to cause cancer and severe damage to vital organs as they penetrate into the skin.
  • Lustrous Henna® contains herbs that are known to prevent hair loss, herbs that are known for anti-dandruff properties and to improve overall health of your hair
  • Beautifying qualities of henna have been established and admired for thousands of years.
  • Allergic reaction to pure henna is extremely rare.

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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 *Even though our herbal ingredients have been used in natural medicine for centuries, we must add the following disclaimer: The herbs, formulas, and recipes contained within this web site are not to be considered substitutes for proper medical and health care. As with any other medicine, if you are sick, you should consult a physician to find out if the herbal preparations listed here are right for you. Saba Botanical does not make any medical claims nor warranties regarding the use of the products listed on this site. No matter how natural a product is, it may have a potential of causing side effects and allergic reaction on certain individuals. You should consult your physician before taking any medication.

Black Henna Warning From Canada that All Should Heed

Black Henna Warning From Canada that All Should Heed –by L.J. O’Neal, writer.Canadian Black Henna Warning
-concurs with U.S. FDA and CDC1warnings

On several occasions I’ve shared information regarding the dangers of hair dye that contains para-phenlenediamine (PPD). For emphasis, I’m sharing what the Canadian government has stated on their website, Healthy Canadians. While the focus is on henna tattoos, it also is applicable to hair dye being sold as, Black Henna (mixed with PPD and other chemicals).


Black Henna Warning From Canada that All Should Heed –by L.J. O’Neal, writer.What is Black Henna?

“Black Henna can be sold as a black ink or as a mix of black coloring and natural henna. Black henna is sometimes mixed with hair dye that contains para-phenlenediamine (PPD). Cosmetic products containing PPD that are put directly on the skin (like temporary tattoos) can cause serious allergic reactions. This is why PPD is listed as a restricted ingredient on Canada’s Cosmetic Ingredient Hotlist.

Per the website, PPD is not allowed as an ingredient in cosmetic products that are used on the skin. When it’s included in hair dye products, specific warnings and directions for safe use must be displayed on the packaging.

Symptoms of Allergic Reaction to PPD

Note that the potential for serious allergic reaction increases with every use of any hair dye containing PPD. In other words, you can go years without an incident; then a serious allergic reaction can occur somewhat suddenly. There are many similar experiences of sufferers all over the globe.

According to Healthy Canadians2, “You may not react the first time you come in contact with PPD. But future exposure (when using hair dye, for example) can lead to an allergy. Allergic reactions to PPD can occur 1 to 14 days following contact with skin. Reactions usually occur where the product was applied, and may include: redness, rashes, itching, blisters, swelling, pain.

Serious reactions can include: hives (swollen, pale red bumps on the skin); dizziness; fainting; stomach pain and cramping.”*

The ‘Black Henna’ name is misused for skin (tattoo) and hair dye products, are not only derived from the plant, but a combination of chemical dye mixed with natural, usually low-grade plants made into a black powder or liquid dye.”

Other Facts About the Hair Product Called: ‘Black Henna’

  • ‘Black Henna’ Hair Dye is a Misnomer
  • ‘Black Henna’ hair dye is not pure, nor is it pure henna. Pure henna is not black. If pure henna is mixed with para-phenylenediamine (PPD), ‘coal tar’, it is no longer pure henna, but is a harmful chemical hair dye that can cause severe allergic contact dermatitis and even be deadly.
  • ‘Black Henna’ hair dye is usually composed of poor quality henna mixed with dangerous chemicals; some proven to be quite toxic, such as: para-phenylenediamine (PPD) and more.
  • ‘Black Henna’ Hair Dye is advertised as being high quality, beneficial and safe; this can be confusing to the unaware consumer.
  • ‘Black Henna’ hair dye can ruin your hair and skin permanently.
  • ‘Black Henna’ is not pure indigo or ‘black indigo’; the indigo plant is not black. If indigo is mixed with chemicals dyes, or even henna that has been compromised by chemicals, including PPD, then it is not pure indigo or the so-called, ‘black henna’. It is a harmful chemical hair dye.

Black Henna Warning From Canada that All Should Heed –by L.J. O’Neal, writer.
Don’t Confuse ‘Black Henna’ with Natural Henna

When thinking of the product commonly imported and sold as ‘Black Henna’, please don’t confuse it with Lustrous Henna in Soft Black. These are two totally different products, one is potentially dangerous; the other is actually beneficial and healthy.

“Natural henna is a red-brown color. It is made from the dried leaves of the Lawsonia plant. When applied to the skin, henna can leave a brown, orange-brown or reddish-brown tint. Natural henna is generally save to use directly on skin.

Some coloring ingredients added to natural henna are also safe. It is sometimes mixed with lemon and eucalyptus oil. This can change the shade and how long it lasts on the skin. Natural henna can be sold as: powder, paste or liquid.”2

Learn more about Para-Phenylenediamine (PPD) dangers

1Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 
2Healthy Canadians

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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Chemical Hair Dye Allergy? This Natural Plant-based Dye Works.

Chemical Hair Dye Allergy? This Natural Plant-based Dye Works -by L.J. O’Neal, writer.Does Chemical Hair Dye Allergy
-have you frustrated?

Can you relate to any of the following comments from sufferers of chemical hair dye allergy (allergic contact dermatitis)?

  • “I’m 46 and was covering the grey in my dark brown hair for years without a problem, then suddenly last year my scalp blew up with swollen patches, itchy rash all over my forehead, and my head felt like it was on fire. I kept dying my hair because I didn’t make the connection–how could I react to something I’d been using for years? It took three doctors before someone figured it out.”*
  • “Yesterday I used C—G–B permanent hair color (have used this product for 4 years). This is the first time I’ve had an allergic reaction–itchy red spots on the back of my head. The folks at —-  were very helpful, but bottom line is that they recommend: not using any hair color products at all, but to see my doctor to get tested to see which ingredients I’m sensitive to…”
  • “My scalp blew up about 15 years ago after getting my hair colored and highlighted with the same stuff the salon always used. Looking back I did have some warning because I noticed it burned a little once and the next time it burned a little and my scalp felt really tight afterwards. The third time I ended up at the Doctor’s and on antibiotics because the glands on my scalp swelled up. I didn’t even know there were glands on my scalp!” 

Chemical Hair Dye Allergy? This Natural Plant-based Dye Works -by L.J. O’Neal, writer.100% Natural Plant-based Hair Dye that Works
-proven to stop chemical hair dye frustration.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be happy and satisfied like the following users of 100% natural plant-based hair dye?

  • “Always Perfect. I’ve used this color product for about 10 years because it is and does what it says. It leaves my hair beautifully colored and nourish. The ordering process is easy and delivery is fast. I desperately had to find a hair product that didn’t give me such an adverse reaction. I looked on the Internet and came across this beauty with all natural ingredients (and NO PPD, which causes allergic reaction). Thank you!”
  • “I ordered Lustrous Henna® from your company and used it today. This is the first time I have ever used Henna on my 62, almost 63 year-old hair. The smell is grassy, and fresh –not objectionable at all, and it was relatively easy to mix. I have dark hair, with some gray, and was expecting it to be a bit darker, but it looks good. I was not expecting the reddish tone that it gave my gray hair, but it actually looks nice…that being said, I was REALLY impressed with how soft and clean my hair is! Next time, I think I will add some indigo, though, so it turns out darker. As a first time customer, I am very pleased, and expect to order more in the future.”
  • “Have been using this henna for about 5 years now, and love how it leaves my hair looking and feeling. People stop me in the street to compliment me on my hair…for real!!”
  • “I love this product! It covers the gray very well, looks natural and lasts until it’s time to have my hair cut and colored again. I get compliments on the color and how natural it looks. Most of all, I am happy that I found a product that is not chemical-based. I would encourage anyone to give it a try.” 

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
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