Natural Hair Dyes from India by Chandi

Natural Hair Dyes from India by Chandi There are people who easily get bored with their hair colour and like to dye their hair frequently. Unfortunately, regular use of chemical hair dyes may make the hair dry, dull and brittle. That’s why more and more people are switching to natural hair dyes based on henna and other herbs. For example, Ukrainian-Indian brand Chandi presents a line of natural hair dyes formulated with Ayurvedic herbs and produced in India.

Chandi is an Ayurvedic cosmetic brand that produces a great selection of skin and hair care products inspired by ancient Indian recipes. Among other products, Chandi offers two lines of henna-based hair dyes: 100% Natural and Organic. The 100% Natural line comprises four shades of henna-based hair dye (black, brown, light brown, golden) and pure Indian henna with a blend of medicinal herbs.

Chandi hair dyes are formulated exclusively with natural ingredients. They are free of synthetic colouring agents, artificial fragrance, GMO, sulfates, parabens, and other potentially irritating or harmful ingredients. Chandi carries out stringent quality control at each stage of production and doesn’t test its products on animals.

100% natural hair dyes by Chandi are based on premium quality henna leaves and a blend of Ayurvedic herbs that have long been used for hair care. When mixed with other herbs, henna allows to achieve a wide range of hair colours. Henna-based dyes effectively dye the hair without damaging its structure, prevent dehydration, and even help to eliminate dandruff and prevent its recurrence. Chandi hair dyes are safe for pregnant and lactating women, as well as for people prone to allergies (unless they are sensitive to any of the herbs contained in the dye).

Chandi hair dyes are based on various herbal blends depending on colour. Key active ingredients include premium quality Indian henna, indigo, Indian gooseberry (amla), Indian lilac (neem), Indian pennywort (gotu kola), false daisy (bhringraj), Barbados nut, bastard myrobalan (bibhitaki), black myrobalan (haritaki), and shikakai.

Henna is a natural hair dye prepared from the leaves of the henna tree (Lawsonia inermis), also known as the mignonette tree and the Egyptian privet. The colour that results from dying with henna can range from orange to auburn to burgundy, depending on the original colour of the hair. When mixed with indigo, henna allows to achieve even a wider range of shades. Due to its antiseptic properties, henna helps to eliminate bacteria that cause dandruff, speeds up the healing of minor skin injuries, and relieves itchy and flaky scalp. It also provides hair follicles with nutrients, contributing to the growth of strong and healthy hair.

Indigo is a dye derived from the plant called true indigo (Indigofera tinctoria). Indigo dye has a distinctive blue colour and usually dyes hair green, so pure indigo can’t be used as a hair dye. It is always mixed with henna to achived dark shades. Indigo has excellent moisturising and nourishing properties. It makes the hair smoother and restores its natural shine. Just like henna, indigo has an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect.

Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry or emblic, is a rich source of vitamin C, valued for its strong antioxidant properties. It provides the hair and scalp with vitamins and other nutrients, produces a rejuvenating effect, and keeps the hair looking and feeling fresh.

Neem (Azadirachta indica) is one of the most widely used Ayurvedic plants. It is valued for its strong antiseptic properties, which makes it a key ingredient in topical preparations for various skin conditions. Due to its antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory effect, neem helps to get rid of dandruff and relieves itchy and flaky scalp. It also helps to keep the hair hydrated and prevents dull and brittle hair.

Centella, also known as gotu kola or Indian pennywort, has an antioxidant and toning effect. It stimulates microcirculation and collagen synthesis in the scalp, speeds up the healing of minor injuries, and produces an antiseptic effect.

Bhringraj (Eclitpa prostrata) is considered to be one of the most effective Ayurvedic ingredients in cosmetics. When added to hair care products, bhringraj actively stimulates hair growth, reduces hair loss, and protects the hair from harmful external factors such as cold temperatures, hard water and UV rays.

100% natural herbal hair dyes by Chandi are very easy to use. They give rich and vivid shades, effectively cover grey hair, and take good care of your hair due to their high content of Ayurvedic herbs. You can buy Chandi hair dyes in our online shop Organic Shore at a reasonable price. We also offer henna-based dyes produced by other brands such as Aasha Herbals, Lady Henna and Triuga.

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