Does 100% Organic Hair Color Exist?

CNP Editorial Team
4 January
1 Comment

A question whose answer is still ambiguous. The current CORONA scenario has changed the lifestyle perspective, the demand for organic products has increased immensely, now people are more health-conscious and are turning to a more natural and organic way of living!

But when people listen to the word Organic, they think of food items.

Organic Hair Colors or cosmetics are a detailed segment of this industry and are growing swiftly.
According to a study, 60% of the people are still in doubt and do not know about Organic Hair Colors —

Some people claim the Organic Hair Color Does Not Exist.
Some Claim they exist.
And some ask if they exist, then how they work??

 


We’ll discuss them in our Blog!

“Nature is a box full of colors,”

the natural color that exists is based on Henna, Cassia, Indigo, Beetroot, Turmeric, and many more… Organic hair colors are also made from some of these combinations to create natural shades of Brown, black or reddish colors.

There are very few companies manufacturing 100% Certified Organic Hair Colors. Cultivator Natural Products Pvt. Ltd. Is the only fastest growing industry that manufactures certified organic Hair Colors.

How Cultivator’s is 100% ORGANIC?

Cultivator Natural Products Pvt. Ltd. is India Leading company, serving customers since 1988.

CNP cultivates each herb organically without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms, or ionizing radiation.

Each herb and farm are being inspected and approved by a government certifier to make sure the farmer is following all the rules necessary to meet organic standards.

From farms to the End product, no chemicals are used and hence our products are free from any chemicals & toxins and thus they are 100% organic.

Let’s Dig Deeper into the Certifications —

With the years of hard-work and dedication, Cultivator Natural Products Pvt. Ltd. Earned many global certifications —

ECOCERT-COSMOS Organic

ECOCERT-Organic Cosmetic

USDA-Organic

India Organic

HALAL India

KOSHER

CRUELTY FREE

Dermatologically Tested

VEGAN

Fair for Life

Why Certifications are necessary?

  • Certifications ensures 100% organic products from controlled cultivation as it is granted only by following strict regulations & guidelines.
  • Certified Organic Products are made without containing chemicals, synthetic colorants, heavy metals, GMO, or ingredients which may cause harm to the health or to the environment.
  • Certifications assures 100% green products.
  • Certified Products are not tested on animals.
  • Certified Organic Products are produced, processed, and packed with environmental responsibilities and sustainable development using recycling, water-soil conservation and use of solar energy

How Brands fool you?

We say our products are “100% Organic” because the control starts right from the cultivation land level.

Many companies try to mislead their customers by using the word ORGANIC in their brand name or by just using few certified organic ingredients along with the chemical ones or by placing that organic name all over their advertisements; those products cannot label as organic.

**Always check ingredients list along with their certifications before purchasing!**

Wrapping up —

Now, when you are endowed with all this helpful information, you can positively explain, if someone asks you, “Does 100% Organic Hair Color Exist??”

We believe that “The only gift we share with our mother nature is living with it absolutely.”

A range of 20 different Organic Hair Color shades that are made with only the finest quality herbs. A unique recipe for hair colouring with 0% of Chemicals.

 

Cultivator’s Organic Hair Color is the best option if you’re are jumping into an organic lifestyle. You can always feel confident, while using Cultivator’s product, in terms of its quality.

Comment below and let us know about your experience!!

1 Comment

  1. Apoorva Singh
    01/04/21

    Genuinely Recommended

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