For those who are not very familiar with our Conlemany natural hair colour but want to explore and discover this wonderful world, we recommend to book our ONE-TO-ONE VIRTUAL CONSULTATION before purchasing our products.

We will advise and help you in choosing the most appropriate hair colour in order to achieve the perfect result.



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What is ALTHAEA?
Althea Officinalis powder is obtained from the roots of the plant.  When it is added to our Conlemany plant-based hair dye mixes, it gives your hair shine and helps moisturise it. It can also be used on its own, as hair mask to moisture your hair and restore its shine. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, it is used to relieve scalp problems, such as dandruff and dryness.

It can be mixed with all our Conlemany plant-based hair dye powders to strengthen the colour, enrich or personalise a nuance.

Our Conlemany ALTHAEA  powder is pure, chemical – free (No Sodium picramate) and sustainable made.

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Healing properties
This powder is rich in mucilage, polyphenols, starch, flavonoids and pectin. Mucilage has the property to absorb a large amount of water and when wet, they expand and form viscous solutions that protect against dehydration.
Our Conlemany ALTHAEA powder can be used as hair mask to shine, detangle, and add volume and softness to your hair. Ideal for frizzy, curly, dry and brittle hair.

Did you know that
Originally, the sweetish roots of Althaea Officinalis were used to extract the juice to make the delicious marshmallows.

All our hair dye powders are 100% pure and natural, chemical-free (No Sodium picramate), vegan and dermatologically tested and they don’t contain heavy metals such as nickel, lead, cadmium, arsenic, mercury.

Add warm water to our vegetable and natural Conlemany hair dye powders to create a paste with a creamy consistency and apply all along the hair.

For a perfect result, you can book a INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATION with one of our colour experts who will help you on the application of your plant-based colour.

Althea Officinalis