Organic Hair Dye

Organic Hair Dye

Organic Hair Dye should not contain ammonia, parabens, sulfates, formaldehyde, resorcinol, or thioglycolates
Organic Hair Dye should not contain ammonia, parabens, sulfates, formaldehyde, resorcinol, or thioglycolates

Organic Hair Dye

Organic hair dye, as well as other organic salon products, should be made with Certified Organic Ingredients. but, most importantly, they should not include any of the following:

  • Ammonia
  • Formaldehyde
  • Plastics
  • SLS
  • Sulfates
  • Thioglycolates
  • Resorcinol
  • Parabens

Social Responsibility

A good organic product should show integrity in the manufacturing of their products as well as responsibility for the environment in which we all share. The company should be:

  • Certified by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) for being Vegan and Cruelty Free. This will certify that they do not test on animals and that their is no animal byproducts included in their ingredients.
  • Demonstrate environmental responsibility in their manufacturing process, packing, and advertising processes.
  • Have a Environmental and Social Responsibility Policy.
  • Be a Fair-Trade company paying employees a fair living wage for their efforts regardless of the market they are employed in.
  • Demonstrate client responsibility. In the salon industry, this includes having a strict Salon Non-Diversion Policy.

Organic Salon Systems

Organic Salon Systems distributes organic hair color, treatments, shampoos, conditioners, and other professional-only salon products throughout the United States and Canada.

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Comments 2 comments

Jack Honoway 6 years ago

I hope the salons in our town don't realize the opportunity for organics in salons or we will not have such a monopoly :)

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SalonExpert 5 years ago

I think the poster above is a bit crazy. Monothanolamine (MEA) and Ethanolamine are the exact same ingredients. In fact, the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) requires every product that contains Monoethanolamine to list Ethanolamine on their ingredients label because they are synonyms for one another. Even Skin Deep lists monoethanolamine (MEA) as a synonym ingredient for Ethanolamine

It is like saying that water is safer than H20. Someone needs a chemistry lesson!

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