Ready to use – LOGONA Color Cream
The innovative LOGONA Color Cream makes hair coloring even easier. The first product of its kind in the world can be used immediately without even needing to stir. The smooth cream ensures hassle-free recolouring. LOGONA Color Creme contains exclusively natural colorings such as henna from controlled organic cultivation, walnut shells, hibiscus, cassia, rhubarb root, beetroot and other herbal coloring agents. For extra-gentle and beautiful hair coloring.
The practical Color Cream has received numerous prizes, including the BioFach Innovation Award 2005 and Fastest Selling Product of the Year at Vivaness 2008. The Öko consumer test also awarded the Color Creme with the highest possible result of ‘very good’.
A LOGONA Herbal Hair Color combines with your individual hair color and hair structure to produce an individual color result, not completely predictable. Fine or very light hair typically binds the hair color quicker and more intensively than thicker or darker hair. Please carry out a strand test before application.
LOGONA quality guarantee
- LOGONA Herbal Hair Colors meet strict criteria for controlled natural cosmetics (BDIH and NATRUE)
- 100% herbal coloring
- With organic henna from the Egyptian fair trade project Sekem Farm
- Free from synthetic colors, fragrances and preservatives
- Vegan, gluten-free and lactose-free
- Free from peroxides, ammoniac and any other chemical substances
- Especially gentle and long-lasting.
Henna: Shine and colour for your hair
Henna is grown in North and east Africa, in addition to large parts of Asia. It needs abundant light and warmth in order to thrive. In the Orient, the mesmerising scent of henna has been cherished for centuries. In light of its pleasant fragrance, the bush is an extremely popular garden plant. The leaves of the bush are used to make henna powder, which was already used for body painting in antiquity and has long been known as a natural hair-coloring agent.
Mineral Clay: Gentle and intensive cleansing
mineral clay Mineral clay provides intense hair cleansing and enables herbal colours to bind better with the hair. White clay powder gently removes dirt and excess oil from the skin, thus achieving thorough yet soft cleansing White Clay powder is the mildest of all clays and is excellent for people with sensitive skin.
Rosemary: Purifying and antibacterial
The subshrub whose poetic name translates as ‘dew of the sea’, likes the warm climate of the Mediterranean. Long before it was used as a culinary herb, the aromatic evergreen was added to medicines by apothecaries. In addition to its clarifying, antibacterial effect, rosemary stimulates circulation and regulates the activity of the sebaceous glands.
Camomile: 2002 Medicinal Plant of the Year
The delicate plant from the aster family has even won awards: it was crowned Germany’s first medicinal plant of the year and also carries the title of Medicinal Plant of the Year in 2002. Camomile is not only beneficial as a tea, but is also a real treat for the skin: it is soothing, refining, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic and helps wounds to heal.
Rhubarb: For hair with more shine
Originally from the Himalayas, rhubarb gradually advanced westwards over the course of time and has been cultivated in Germany since the middle of the 19th century. The leaf stalks grow up to 70 centimetres in length and are rich in vitamins and minerals. The roots give hair beautiful shine.
Beetroot: A powerful colouring agent
From its Mediterranean homeland, this cultivated form of the common turnip has gradually spread around the world. Its red color is due to its high betaine content. Given that it is rich in vitamins, iron, potassium and folic acid, beetroot is an extremely popular vegetable all over the globe. The dried and ground roots of the beetroot has an antioxidative effect and give hair a beautifully natural color.
Wheat: For manageable, protected hair
When wheat or any other cereal is processed, sieving the flour yields wheat bran – a collective term for the residue from the hulls, germ buds and aleurone layer. Nevertheless, the bran is much more than a ‘waste product’, and is replete with fibre, minerals and vitamins. Wheat bran extract improves the combability of damp hair and prevents static electricity. Wheat protein is a natural component of wheat flour that remains after the extraction of starch. As an active ingredient in haircare products, wheat protein forms a protective layer around the hair strands, thus providing a barrier against harmful environmental and weather influences. It also makes hair more manageable. Wheat protein improves moisture retention and wound healing, and leaves skin beautifully firm.