Natural ingredients is very important to me, so when I have curated the bath milk & salts I have used natural colours from food sources. How do we get such natural vibrant colours in my products?
First, the colours produced by natural dyes and pigments are vibrant. Next, they are not only biodegradable but nontoxic and nonallergic too. This means that they are much better for the environment and for use around humans. They are extracted from plants, fruits, or flowers. Many natural dyes also have antimicrobial properties, making them safer for kids in particular.Additionally, natural dyes neither contain harmful chemicals nor carcinogenic components, common artificial or synthetic dyes. By using natural dyes over these other choices, you are helping preserve the environment and lowering human dependence on harmful products. When toxic runoff and residuals from the textile manufacturing and dyeing process often end up in our delicate oceans, we should do all we can to ensure we are using the nontoxic alternative, natural dyes.
The two main ingredients I will use to create our products will be; ORGANIC PINK
PITAYA DRAGONFRUIT POWDERThis delicious fruit has a luscious deep pink flesh and sweet tropical taste – slightly tangy; often described as a cross between kiwi and pear. The wonderful natural colour and flavour is retained when the fruit is freeze-dried and then gently agitated to produce a concentrated powder.
ORGANIC WHEAT GRASS POWDERWheatgrass is made from the leaves of a freshly sprouted wheat plant, whilst it is still in the grass stage before the wheat grows or the gluten forms. Wheatgrass is jam-packed full of chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals and vitamins which is why it’s popular in juice bars.In conclusion, natural dyes offer a host of benefits for human use. I want to keep all my products as close to it natural food source. Most significantly, they are better for the environment and our health.Any questions let me know...
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