Bioforce USA Announces that Prevention Magazine Recommends Herbatint for Natural, Safe, Beautiful Hair Color
Prevention Magazine (Spanish edition) stated that Herbatint gives your hair shine and health without ammonia, alcohol, parabens and only 3% peroxide
Ghent, NY (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
The December 2012 issue of the Spanish edition of the popular Prevention magazine stated “Haircolors contain many chemical ingredients and regular use of them can damage our scalp. Our hair gets incredible tones but can become dry. There does exist on the market a natural haircolor which enables you to change your natural hair color, give your hair shine and health… Herbatint does not contain ammonia, neither alcohol, nor parabens and only 3% hydrogen peroxide; and it is important to emphasize that the company does no animal testing. You can also apply it over other hair-dyes."
Herbatint natural hair color is manufactured in Rome and sold in 28 countries. Herbatint began as an herbal formula passed down through generations of an Italian family. In 1960 it was brought to market as Herbatint, and was the very first natural, permanent hair color available.
60 Million Consumers, France's leading consumer testing organization, tested 18 hair dyes currently sold in Europe and the US for performance and safety. Herbatint was not only judged fully acceptable for long-lasting natural color – it was the only one of the 18 that received an acceptable safety rating.
Pierce Sioussat, President of Bioforce USA, the exclusive US distributor for Herbatint stated, “Last year we passed 10 million boxes sold in the US. It shows us that women here also appreciate being able to achieve beautiful, vibrant color without the usual chemicals that can damage hair. We are grateful that such a popular health magazine as Prevention is letting women know about Herbatint."
For more information call, Eileen Sheets: 518-828-9111 or go to http://www.herbatintusa.com
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