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All-Nutrient Hair Color

Jan Hillenmeyer | July 10, 2011 | 7:15 PM

Certifiably Organic 

All-Nutrient Hair Color

All-Nutrient hair color is a certified-organic hair color system that is formulated with a natural base of vegetable oils and keratin protein. The hair color system is packaged using a special vacuum process to remove air from the cream base, eliminating the risk of oxidation, which can interfere with penetration of the color. 

The all-natural formula provides gentle penetration of pigment with long-lasting color and increased manageability and shine.

All-Nutrient hair color is available in permanent, semi- and demipermanent shades, toners, fillers and temporary color and a complete range of color care products.

For more information, visit www.allnutrient.com.

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