Vatika Hair Colour - Natural Brown 60g
Now you can exchange grey for glossy and glamorous colour. Vatika Henna Hair colour, with added Walnut is a natural based solution to colouring your hair and as a great herbal conditioner, henna will strengthen hair and add vitality too. So no worries about damaging your hair as you gently coax the colour back. Throughout India, the middle east and Europe, henna has always been the natural way to help colour hair. It's only natural that it will help you look sensational too.
Lawsonia inermis (Henna) leaf powder, Calcium peroxide, Tartaric acid, p-Aminophenol, p-Phenylenediamine, Cellulose gum, Magnesium carbonate, Sodium sulfite, Phyllanthus emblica (Amla) fruit powder, Resorcinol, Acacia concinna (Shikakai) fruit powder, Azadirachta indica (Neem) leaf powder, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate.
BEFORE YOUR COLOUR: Do not apply hair oil for 48 hours prior to application. Do not wash your hair 48 hours prior to application as the natural oils of the scalp protect it during the colouring process. Do not apply colour on wet hair. To avoid stains, apply petroleum jelly around hair line before application.
AFTER YOUR COLOUR: Wash off the colour properly to avoid staining your towel. Use Vatika Henna colour protect shampoo to maintain vibrant colour. Plan your next colour or retouching session based on your hair growth rate.
Other Claims / Warning Needed:-
For External use Only. Avoid Contact with eyes. Rinse eyes immediately if product comes in contact with them. Keep out of reach of children. Contains Phenylenediamine, Resorcinol & Hydrogen Peroxide (released). Wear suitable gloves. Read and follow instructions. This product is not intended for use on persons under the age of 16. CAUTION: This product contains ingredients that may cause skin irritation on certain individuals and a preliminary test according to accompanying directions should first be made. Can cause severe allergic reaction. This product must not be used for dyeing the eyelashes or eyebrows. To do so may cause blindness. The preparation may cause serious inflammation of the skin in some persons and a preliminary test should always be carried out to determine whether or not special sensitivity exists; And to make the test, a small area of skin behind the ear or on the inner surface of the forearm should be cleansed, using either soap and water or alcohol, and a small quantity of the hair dye as prepared for use should be applied to the area and allowed to dry. After 24 hours, the area should be washed gently with soap and water. If no irritation or inflammation is apparent, it is usually assumed that no hypersensitivity to the dye exists. The test should, however, be carried out before each application. On no account should the hair dye be used for dyeing eyebrows or eyelashes as severe inflammation of the eye or even blindness may result. Rinse hair well after application. Temporary ‘black henna’ tattoos may increase your risk of allergy. Do not colour your hair if: you have rash on your face or sensitive, irritated and damaged scalp, you have ever experienced any reaction after colouring your hair, you have experienced a reaction to a temporary ‘black henna’ tattoo in the past. If you are allergic to any ingredient do not use the product or perform skin patch test before 24 hrs of use.