Hair Color

Hair color is determined by the amount of a pigment called melanin in hair. Melanin is produced by cells called melanocytes in the hair follicle. The higher the concentration of melanin in hair, the darker the hair color.Black hair has the highest concentration of melanin, while red hair has the lowest concentration. Although we think of hair color as being either black or white, it actually exists on a continuum from darkest black to lightest blonde.

Organic hair color is hair color that does not contain any synthetic ingredients. The term “organic” is regulated by the USDA and only applies to food and agricultural products. However, the term “organic” is not regulated when it comes to hair care products. So, when you see a hair care product that claims to be “organic,” it might not actually be made with any organic ingredients. In general, organic hair color products are made with natural ingredients like henna, coffee, and cocoa powder. These products can provide temporary or semi-permanent hair color. They might also be less likely to cause irritation or allergic reactions than synthetic hair color products. If you’re interested in trying an organic hair color product, make sure to do your research to find a reputable brand like All Nutrient – Green Chemistry.