Herbatint, Chamomile Hair Lightener, 6.8 fl oz (200 ml) (Discontinued Item)
- Herbavita Line
- Rich in Herbal Extracts
Herbavita's Chamomile Hair Lightener is a lotion, rich in herbal extracts, which allows to gradually lighten your natural hair color from the first application. Chamomile Hair Lightener's mild action will not damage your hair.
Shampoo your hair. Using gloves, apply the chamomile hair lightener to your hair and leave for 10 minutes. Rinse thoroughly. To maintain the effect, use the lotion weekly.
Caution: Contains hydrogen peroxide.
Avoid contact with the eyes. If contact occurs, rinse immediately and thoroughly with cold water.
No tested on animals.
Aqua/water, hydrogen peroxide, cetrimonium chloride, etidronic acid, chamomilla recutita extract, caramel, crocus sativus extract.
It really works! But if you do as it says on the bottle it won't work.. No, you have to put it in a spray bottle and spray it in your towel dried hair, then you blow dry your hair and voila! The hair is a few shades lighter..
Herbatint hair lightener
Posted by 4693268610358720660 on Nov 09, 2016
I learned how to use it and really lightened my hair. To my great sorrow, this product cannot be ordered anywhere, not just here on Iherb...
Dip Dye Tips
Posted by YoungerNextYear on Mar 31, 2016
I bought this to dip dye my daughter's tips blonde - she already has dark blonde hair with natural sun streaks, so I think her hair is perfect candidate for a good result. It works perfectly and the result looks like Australian surfer-beach hair. I agree with other reviewers that it's the hydrogen peroxide doing the work vs the camomile but since I'm only putting it on the tips (5-7cm), these can be trimmed off at the next hair appointment. I wish I could post a photo of my daughter's results. It looks lovely and natural and I would have loved this look in my teens and twenties. This is the perfect home solution for a DIY job. If you find this review helpful, please click "YES" to let me know.
Really needs a spray bottle.
Posted by Xhalax on Jan 11, 2015
This is a nice product if you want to gradually lighten your hair without too much of the chemical damage you would get from regular bleach. As another reviewer said, though, the lightening effect in this product comes mostly from the hydrogen peroxide, so just be aware that if you use it too frequently it will probably end up damaging your hair. I have used this product twice now and the lightening effect is noticeable. I have dark blonde roots, and my ends are previously coloured reddish brown. The lightener seems to work on both the natural hair and the dyed hair. I intend to use this product once a week for a gradual lightening effect. Now, the bottle (and thereby the application) would really benefit from having a spray nozzle. They say it is a lotion, but in reality it is as runny as water. I poured mine into a small spray bottle and applied it that way, which worked well. I found it easiest to first shampoo and rinse, then get out of the shower, towel dry my hair, apply this lightener, wait for ten minutes, and then get back into the shower to rinse it out and deep condition my hair. My hair did not feel damaged afterwards. All in all a good product, but I had to take off one star for the bottle, that ought to have a spray nozzle.
Posted by Reviewer3328027 on Oct 20, 2013
It's working, really. But don't believe it's chamomile's effect. It is hydrogen peroxide, it smell like hydrogen peroxide, it hurts skin like hydrogen peroxide. it'll break you hair like usial hydrogen peroxide. It's hydrogen peroxide - so you can buy it as is, without any "chamomile's" fairy tales.
Perfect for a Natural Change
Posted by 4759928739848153952 on Oct 03, 2013
I have dark blond hair, which gets kind of mousey in the winter. This product lightens my hair slightly each time I use it, while making it glossy and soft. Really enjoying this for general hair care. And since it lightens gradually, you end up with a very natural look.