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Popular hair colours contain chemicals like PPD, Ammonia, and Hydrogen Peroxide but natural hair colors are safe as they are enriched with the goodness of natural ingredients. Read more about them at Webuynatural.
  • Get your Hair Safe with Vegetal Bio Colour

    Hair colouring is a regular procedure that one carries out to cover grey hair but behind this regular procedure lay several chemicals that are dangerous to your hair and body. These chemicals include PPD, Ammonia, and Hydrogen Peroxide. PPD or para-phenylenediamine is the most commonly used chemical in almost every hair color. PPD is an extremely toxic chemical and can cause dermatitis, lung functioning disorder and can even lead to cancer.

    Ammonia is another toxic chemical, which is commonly used in hair dyes to increase the lasting of the color. It helps in opening up the hair’s cuticle (the outer layer of the hair) to allow the color to enter into the hair shaft. It can cause serious health illness like caustic burns and lung irritation.

    Hydrogen Peroxide is used in almost all chemical based hair dye. Its function is to strip off the natural color of hair before applying the hair dye color. Hydrogen Peroxide damages the original structure of hair and makes it dry and brittle. When mixed with PPD, this chemical can even cause cancer.

    Vegetal Bio Colour is 100% natural and is completely free of dangerous chemicals like PPD, Ammonia, and Hydrogen Peroxide. In fact, it is the world’s first PPD-free hair color and is highly recommended by known dermatologists. You might have come across many hair colors that claim to be ammonia-free but always remember that such hair colors contain PPD, which is a cancer-causing chemical.

    Vegetal Bio Colour is enriched with natural herbs like Indigo, Heena, Shikakai, Amla, and Bhringraj. These natural ingredients work together to color and strengthen the roots of your hair. It does not take the support of any chemical to color your hair. The herbs in Vegetal Bio Colour add a natural shine to your hair.

    Vegetal Bio Colour does not enter into the hair shaft and it only coats the outer layer of your hair. Chemical hair colors enter into the hair shaft and damage your hair. Not only do they damage your hair, the chemicals present in the hair color also enter into the body and cause diseases like cancer and lung inflammation.

    Vegetal Bio Colour gives complete coverage to your grey hair and the most interesting fact is that unlike chemical hair colors, this color does not increase the growth of grey hair strands on your scalp. It also helps in controlling the hair fall and offers great UV protection. Vegetal Bio Colour is perfectly suitable to be used by people of all ages, be it male or female.

  • Unveiling PPD Before the World

     

    PPD Free hair colour

    PPD or Para-phenylenediamine, is an aromatic amine that is most commonly used in almost every hair color and chemical based cosmetics due to its property to withstand high temperatures and its low toxicity levels. PPD is a clear liquid chemical that needs oxidization to come up with its color. It is during the oxidisation stage that is attained after mixing it with oxidising substance generally hydrogen peroxide, that this chemical causes allergic reactions in the body.

    Due to its harmful effects, this chemical produces many allergic reactions on your body and skin due to over exposure. The allergic reactions caused due to PPD can be critical and might require hospitalization too. Some of the long-term effects of this chemical include lupus, asthma, non-Hodgkins lymphoma, breast cancer, uterine and bladder cancer, and so on. Few death cases have also been reported across the world due to PPD allergy.

    Apart from hair dyes and chemical based hair colors, PPD is also used in printing, photocopying and photographic printing, oil, gas, grease and rubber products. However it is most popularly used in hair dyes as it offers strong color to the hair that does not fade away easily after washing off hair. PPD is not banned anywhere in the world although the EU does have a 2% maximum level limit for use in hair dyes.

    Well, now let’s talk mainly about the symptoms and the negative effects of PPD in detail.

    Symptoms of PPD

    Dermatitis

    One of the most common symptoms of hair dye allergy is Dematitis. Every application of chemical hair color increases the risk of developing this allergy. It includes inflammation of the skin, redness, itchiness, or puffiness around the eyelids, ears, hair line, or neck. Normally, these symptoms do not appear within 10 days of hair color application but regular use of chemical hair dyes can cause these allergic reactions.

    Urticaria

    Also termed as hives, urticaria symptoms include redneas on the skin, puffy eyelids, red patches on the body, wheezing, sneezing, and vomiting. These symptoms can be seen within few hours of hair dye application. This condition comes when PPD strikes a chain of chemical reactions that causes the leaking of blood plasma into the skin.

    Anaphylactic Shock

    One of the most possible symptoms of PPD reaction, anaphylactic shock can cause swelling on the face, breathing issues, and drop in blood pressure that can even lead to death. Anyone facing these symptoms after hair color application must seek medical help immediately.

    How to Avoid PPD allergy:

    1. Avoid using PPD based and oxidation type hair colors

      2.Go for semi-permanent hair dyes by doing a patch test on skin

      3.Opt for metallic hair colors or vegetable rinse hair dyes

      4.Go for natural hair dyes that do not contain PPD, Peroxide, and Ammonia

      5.Avoid contact with PPD by wearing gloves and protective sleeves

    So that you know the real truth behind PPD that is commonly presently in your hair colors, but has still not produced any negative effects on your hair, skin, and body, it is still recommended that you must stop its usage to avoid any further damage that might be on its way.

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