How to Turn Gray Hair Back to Natural Color

How to Turn Gray Hair Back to Natural Color

How to Turn Gray Hair Back to Natural Color

Every strand of hair has a unique internal structure that determines the configuration of pigment in hair. When Hairprint is applied, the natural pigment reintegrates into the cortex restoring original hair color.

The Nature of Hair, LLC (dba Hairprint) has announced the commercial availability of Hairprint, a treatment for the reversal of gray hair.

Hairprint promises to restore gray hair to its natural color in 90 minutes by mirroring the natural process of hair pigmentation. This treatment is the result of research by the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry LLC (WBI), inspired by principles of Green Chemistry and biomimicry, and is now available from Hairprint under exclusive license, says the company.

  • Its non-toxic process rejuvenates and restores gray hair to its natural color
  • Restores the hair’s natural pigment. It employs no coal-tar dyes or dyes of any kind
  • Treated hair becomes fuller, thicker, and more lustrous
  • 100% environmentally friendly
  • Consists of eight food-grade ingredients
  • Non-fading
  • Odor free and hypoallergenic
  • Restores all types and shades of brown and black hair
  • Sensitive enough for people who cannot use hair dyes including those in cancer remission, pregnant and nursing mothers, and those with chemical sensitivities.

Using technology invented by Dr. John Warner and patented by WBI, Hairprint is claimed to be the only product on the market with this approach to gray hair.

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Rather than trying to dye gray hair, an invasive process involving a long list of chemicals, Dr. Warner took another approach and created a treatment that restores what is missing from gray hair: the natural pigment eumelanin.

How does Hairprint restore hair color? Every strand of hair has a unique internal structure that determines the configuration of pigment in hair. This “hairprint” is as distinctive as a fingerprint. When Hairprint is applied, the natural pigment reintegrates into the cortex restoring original hair color.

Not only is Hairprint a safe choice for individuals, the company suggests it is the safest choice for the environment. With over 3 billion pounds of toxic hair dye being released into aquatic environments annually, the company says an effective and responsible alternative is now available.

“We are all very excited at WBI to see our invention making its way from our labs to people who demand high quality products that are more healthy for themselves, their families and the environment,” said Dr. Warner, president and CTO of WBI.

“Hairprint is a product many women and men have been waiting for,” said Elizabeth Lindsey, PhD, co-founder of Hairprint. “It is a way to restore health and color to hair without risk to oneself and the environment. As a native Hawaiian woman, I try to guide myself and others towards the least harmful way of living on the earth. Hairprint does this and more. My hair is healthier, stronger, and more vibrant than it was 20 years ago.”

Dr. Warner co-founded the scientific discipline of Green Chemistry, which takes its cues from nature and biology and is used to design products and processes that have reduced impact on human health and the environment.

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