Henna Beard Dye

Henna beard dye is taking the market by storm. So many big box companies are saying they have all natural beard dye, but the fact is it still has PPD and other chemicals in it. If you have been burned by PPD you know it is serious!

Dye Your Beard Naturally

Natural henna beard dye is a paraben and PPD free dye. As a matter of fact, it is made from all natural plants, making it 100% vegan. Henna hair and beard dye should not contain chemicals, however there are a few vendors and manufacturer's in India that do add a small amount.



So be very cautious if you are allergic to chemical beard dye. It shocks me to see big box companies marketing as a "natural" beard dye or color. It should be outlawed but they want to own the billion dollar market that is. 

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Henna beard dye works and it works well with out the burn!

Most men who find us do after having a severe reaction to chemical dye; many have ended up in the emergency room! Once a reaction has occurred, they typically worsen each time chemicals are reapplied. 

Signs you are having a bad  chemical reaction from chemical beard dye:

  • Itching and burning skin

  • Rash

  • Swelling of the throat

  • Bumps

  • Swollen eyes

  • Trouble breathing

Many times you will not notice a chemical reaction until 2 or 3 days after making it hard to diagnose. So many have different reactions and many have been misdiagnosed for shingles!

Why Use Henna Beard Dye?

  • 100% chemical free

  • Natural henna hair and beard dye is safe for the whole family, even pets

  • The colors look natural and blend with your natural hair and are permanent

  • You get multiple uses from each 100 gram pack with a cost as low as .30 cents an application.

  • It is super easy to use, do beard prep, mix with water and apply!

  • You can use it as often as you like

  • It is chemical free, paraben free and looks incredible

  • Environmentally friendly


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Applying Henna Beard Dye Should take less than 5 minutes

More and more men are making the switch and it really is easy to apply.  Be careful of companies that are selling old or expired henna,