SanoTint "Classic" Permanent Hair Color Dye Red Chestnut 28
Red Chestnut 28 is suitable for natural brown, light brown, dark blonde, natural brown, light blonde and very light blonde hair. Great coverage for gray hair.
This product is not all natural nor organic. Please keep this in mind if your looking for hair colour.
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Great coverage for gray hair. This permanent hair dye has only plant extracts to color your hair without damaging it. Ammonia-free. The only “Do-it-yourself” Hair Color with Golden Millet Extract, rich in Silica, important for the protection and structure of your hair. It contains Pantothenate Calcium and Biotin, two nourishing and protecting ingredients, for a silky feeling and shiny hair.
Healthy and glowing hair can expect long-lasting brilliant color results. You can mix two or more classic hair colors to design your own hair shade, or use one pre-formulated hair color for ease. SanoTint has extremely low allergy risks. Since the product applies as a cream, any remaining product may be capped and saved for future use! It effectively covers grey hair in one or two applications.
SANOTINT believes that honesty is the best policy for all hair care consumers. We always recommend that a patch test is performed to become informed of your own possible product
sensitivities, they will tell you that while it is rare, a small percentage may have reactions.
Not All Permanent Hair Dyes Are Alike:
- Vegetable Based Dye
- Permanent Do-It-Yourself Natural Hair Dye
- Contains the least amount of P-Phenylenediamine - (PPD) of any hair dye on the market today
- Ammonia Free, Paraben Free, PEG Free
- Does not contain added Paraffin, Silicone, Formaldehyde
- Nickel Tested
- End product not tested on animals
- Developing time: 15 - 30 minutes
- Guaranteed not to run
- GMO Free
- Does not contain derivatives of animal originin
- Dermatologically tested
- Product appointed by the Ministry of Health in Italy
- Does not contain alcohol, ammonia, added metals or parabens
- Made without synthetic preservatives
- It effectively covers grey hair in one or two applications
What you should know about SanoTint Hair Dyes
Both SANOTINT Classic or Light, is completely free of ammonia which is a known culprit in inhalation and odor concerns. SANOTINT makes a point of limiting the types and concentrations of chemicals in their SANOTINT line as much as possible.
SANOTINT Classic does contain a small amount of PPD (0.1 to 1.6%) in the form of Phenylenediamine. This is significantly less than the commercial hair color lines and most other natural hair dye products, that may contain as much as 6% PPD or more. The European Community currently approves up to 6% of PPD for hair coloring products. Depending on the hue selected SANOTINT may also contain propylene glycol, EDTA, and Resorcinol. As always, SANOTINT tries to limit the concentrations of any of the chemicals that they do include in their products.
SANOTINT permanent coloring products do not lift color but deposit pigment it will not help a dark haired brunette become a platinum blonde, and it just can't happen with such a mild hair dye such as SANOTINT. We want this information to be
clear so there is no doubt on the part of the consumer.
SANOTINT Does offer a hair lightening kit, which is peroxide based and will lift from one to three shades lighter.
Product Composition: Oil Extract of Golden Millet, with Pantothenate Calcium and Biotin, Vegetable Extracts (Olive, Birch, Grape seed). Possible use for 1-2 applications, according to hair length and thickness.
Package contains: 55 ml tube of Hair Colour cream, 55ml bottle of Fixing/Activator liquid, 15ml bottle of Restructuring Conditioner, 1 pair of plastic gloves, Detailed instruction for use leaflet
Common Product Questions
Can I lighten my hair with another shade if I have applied a shade that is darker than what I intended?
Unfortunately the only way to lighten a darker shade is to apply a lightener to the hair first, then reapply the shade that you would like that is lighter than the darker shade you first applied. So when making decisions on what shade to get, be sure that you consider how dark it may appear on your hair.
How can I avoid getting an orange hue to my hair? Many customers do not realize that if you first choose a shade that has red or yellow, when you reapply color to your hair next, you should take that undertone into consideration and choose a shade with a similar tone. For instance, if you go with the number 14 (yellow base) and then the next time you color you apply number 30 (red base), you will not lighten the hair because the 14 is darker than 30, but you will change the tone of the hair because you added a red tone to the hair. Yellow + Red = orange. Some may like that look, but if that is not what you want, then you should be mindful when picking out your colors that you stay within the same color family if you are avoiding a specific tone. And remember the advice above regarding dark shades - as you can not lighten the shade by choosing a lighter color.