Swini Ayurvedic in­tro­duces non al­ler­gic hair colour to lo­cal mar­ket

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka) - - NEWS -

Swini Ayurvedic is to rein­tro­duce SUNAB Hair Dye with a new look and in­creased good­ness to the lo­cal mar­ket.

Made with 100 per­cent nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents, SUNAB al­lows con­sumers to turn those grey hairs into black with­out the use of any un­nat­u­ral or artificial chem­i­cals. It is pro­duced with­out the use of harm­ful chem­i­cals as well as am­mo­nia and it is suit­able for all ages with­out ex­cep­tion.

Clin­i­cal tests con­firm that the use of SUNAB Hair Dye will not harm the scalp or hair. Apart from black, SUNAB Hair Dye can also be pur­chased in the colours of bur­gundy, dark brown and red. A prod­uct with a high de­mand in the in­ter­na­tional mar­ket, it is also proven to help keep the dan­druff away, strengthen hair fol­li­cles and nour­ish the scalp.

Un­like other hair dye prod­ucts on the mar­ket, SUNAB is de­void of chem­i­cals and has been reg­is­tered with the Min­istry of Health. It has also been made in a way which makes it easy for any­one to ap­ply on their own with­out the dye get­ting on other parts

Printed and pub­lished by Wi­jeya News­pa­pers Ltd. on Satur­day Au­gust 11, 2018 at No. 8, Hunupi­tiya Cross Road, Colombo 02 of the body. SUNAB Hair Dye can be pur­chased from all lead­ing su­per mar­kets, phar­ma­cies and other stores. Speak­ing on SUNAB Hair Dye, renowned beau­ti­cian, Swinitha Ko­ta­lawala said SUNAB Hair Dye not only black­ened the ‘greys’ but also acted as a con­di­tioner. She in­tro­duced it as a trusted, nat­u­ral hair dye that would main­tain one’s youth­ful look.

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