- Contains up to 60% certified organic ingredients
- No ammonia
- No parabens
- No resorcinol
- Unique blend of natural and organic ingredients
- Plant-derived extracts and vitamins C and E
- Made with orange, grapefruit, comfrey and camomile to soothe, moisturize and protect hair
- Made in the heart of the New Forest
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Louisa: a few days ago
I've been using tints of nature for 3 years now. I use 2N (natural darkest brown), to cover up my white hair. I have long, thick, black Chinese hair. This product has no smell, no harsh chemicals, and the colour lasts about 4 months. It doesn't dry out my hair like other hair colouring products do. It's amazing, I'm really happy with this product.
Lindsay: a couple of weeks ago
I am impressed with this hair colour. I thought it was easy to apply, as you start with wet clean hair. I also have long, thick hair. I bought two bottles in case one didn't cover all my hair, but it was not an issue.
I have a few greys, and it covered them nicely. The scent was mild, and I had no scalp irriatation.
Sunita: a couple of weeks ago
I have been looking for a hair colour for a while which has least amount of chemicals and could be used regularly on a sensitive scalp.After reading reviews about several products I decided to try tints of nature ,which has 60 % organic ingredients.I have been using this product for more than 2 months now and it has been fantastic .Like that the colour comes with clarifying shampoo to ensure perfect grey coverage. However you need to apply monthly to ensure perfect look without greys. Overall a great way of colouring hair with least amount of chemical impact.
Farida: a few months ago
I have fairly resistant grey hair and find going one shade darker is helpful and ideal. I have been using Tints of Nature for many years and the depth of colour and shade are quite frankly better than any salon treatments I have had in the past. The brand is also quoted on David Suzuki's website as an eco friendly option. It is important to note, however, that the product is not entirely free of PPD's. Tints of Nature's website indicates that the lowest possible level is used but does not provide the actual percentage.