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Naturigin was founded in 2004 by a Danish couple, Stig and Mette Lykkgaard, who were forced to rethink their lifestyle after Mette developed cancer. Their background was in creating hair products for professional salons and when their search for a more natural, chemical free hair colour proved fruitless they created their own…Naturigin.

Naturigin is 100% free of ammonia, parabens, resorcinol and SLS. It has the lowest measured PPD levels (0.01%) of any other permanent hair colour in the world. In fact government research confirms that Naturigin contains between 3-6 times less PPD than any other competitor on the market.

What is different about Naturigin hair colour?

  • 98% natural ingredients
  • 100% grey coverage and a lasting result
  • Less Itch and Irritation
  • Has a unique colour lock treatment which locks the colour to the hair shaft
  • Contains 12 EcoCert certified extracts and oils leaving hair in excellent condition
  • Not tested on animals and vegan friendly
  • Suitable for use when pregnant and post chemotherapy
  • Perfect for anyone who suffers from psoriasis or other dry scalp conditions
  • Easy to use, hassle free, 30-40 minutes to change your colour
  • No nasty chemical smell

Naturigin is available in 19 colour shades, going from black to extreme ash blonde. Naturigin has just been launched in the UK and is available in selected Lloyds pharmacies nationwide. For more information and for a list of UK Lloyds stockists please visit our website

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