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Naturtint, Permanent Hair Color, 3N Dark Chestnut Brown, 5.28 fl oz (150 ml)

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4.2 out of 5 based on 37 reviews
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great grey coverage but TOXIC ingredients! beware of PPD!

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Posted by IHeartIHerb on Sep 24, 2013

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i was fooled into thinking this was more natural and safer than regular dyes. i was wrong. this has PPD (google it) which i only recently learned has been linked to bladder cancer and a plethora of allergic reactions - some of which i've been experiencing after several years of using this. i'm totally switching to henna/indigo and less toxic dyes like surya brasil.

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Carcinogens and toxic chemicals galore: read the label!

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Posted by PurplePegasus on Jan 14, 2009

Contains so many toxic (chemical) ingredients, one has to wonder why it's called "Naturtint" in the first place, or is even sold at iHerb! :( No difference between this and your average supermarket brand!

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Ingredients not natural but no side effects!

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Posted by Reviewer3223005 on May 02, 2013

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Poor results on white hairs.

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