Indigo (Fera tinctoria)Henna. An
exclusive product of KEO
is a 100% pure herbal plant which gives deep blue color.
Indigo is known as "Wasma in Arabic and Urdu language. Original high
class Indigo when used, starts to impart deep green color but after 24 to 48
hours it changes the color and becomes deep blue. The quality of Indigo is
assessed from the intensity of the color. The more deeper is the color the
better is the quality and vice-versa..
Normally Indigo farming is done for Medical and Fabric dyes. KEO is the
only company which is engaged in using Indigo for hair color dyeing purpose.
It gives deep color to hair. KEO is the only company that owns a farm
dedicated to Indigo Farming in India. And due to this reason, KEO Indigo
gives best color and is pioneer in the market.
- Indigo Dye Powder
- Natural Indigo Dyes
- Blue Wild Indigo
- Indigo Leaves Powder
- Pure Dry
- Blue Indigo Dyes
- Indigo Dye Powder : Henna with
a tint of exciting indigo is the latest addition to our exhaustive
range of hair colors. Enhancing its color properties through natural
herbal additives produces this special formulation. Indigo Dye is
our most sought after product by the world of today. It is suitable
for all hair types but gives best results on light brown/brown hair.
- Natural Indigo Dyes : Dye is
obtained from the processing of the plant's leaves. They are soaked
in water and fermented in order to convert the glycoside indican
naturally present in the plant to the blue dye indigotin. The
precipitate from the fermented leaf solution is mixed with a strong
base such as lye, pressed into cakes, dried, and powdered. The
powder is then mixed with various other substances to produce
different shades of blue and purple.
- Lump's Form - This is the hard form of the natural indigo
dyes which is useful in lye and other substances.
- Powder Form - The powder form of the indigo dye is mixed
with various substances to produce different shades of blue and
- Blue Wild Indigo : The Blue Wild
Indigo (Baptisia australis) also known as Blue False Indigo, is a
North American herbaceous perennial plant that was used by the
Cherokee Indians to make a blue dye. Our indigo leaves are also used
for making hair dye.Owing to its superior quality and effective
usage,these products are extensively preferred by large number of
- Indigo Leaves Powder: Most natural indigo
dye is obtained from indigo leaves in the genus Indigofera, which
are native to the tropics. In Europe, Indigo can be obtained from
wood (Isatis tinctoria) and dyer's knotweed (Polygonum tinctorum).
The primary commercial indigo species in Asia is truly
indigo(Indigofera tinctoria), a shrub found in Southeastern Asia.
Its flowers range from red to purple.
Minimum Order Quantity : 50 Kilogram
Usage : Parlour, Re-sale, Personal
Pack Type : Double Layer Vacuum Packing (Vacuum Sealed LDPE Pouch + Composite Alluminium Foil Pouch).
Pack Size : 50 gram, 100gram, 500gram and 1 kg in colored and 20kg to 25 kg Bulk Packing.
Powder : Yes
- Pure Dry Indigofera Tinctoria Leaves Powder : Indigofera tinctoria bears the common name true indigo. The plant was one of the original sources of indigo dye. It has been naturalized to tropical and temperate Asia, as well as parts of Africa, but its native habitat is unknown since it has been in cultivation worldwide for many centuries.
- The Blue Wild Indigo (Baptisia australis) also known as Blue False Indigo, is a North American herbaceous perennial plant that was used by the Cherokee Indians to make a blue dye. Our indigo leaves are also used for making hair dye.Indian Herbals : Herbs play a significant role, especially in modem times, when the damaging effects of food processing and over-medication have assumed alarming proportions. They are now being increasingly used in cosmetics, foods and teas, as well as alternative medicines.
The growing interest in herbs is a part of the movement towards change in life-styles. This movement is based on the belief that the plants have a vast potential for their use as a curative medicine.
Some of Our products are as follows:
|Amla (Emblica Officinalis)
||Brahmi (Bacopa Monniera)
|Bhring Raj (Elcipta Alba)
||Shikakai (Acacia Cancinna)
|Neem (Azadirachta Indica)
||Reetha Powder (Soapnut)
||Tulsi (Ocimum Sanctum)
|Rose Petals Powder (Rosa Centrifolia)
||Multani Mitti (Fuller's Earth)
Specification of Indigo
It is prepared from Indigo leaves by natural fermentation process.
|Minimum Order Quantity
|Type of Dye
||C.I. Vat Blue 1
||Indigotin (Strength = 40-45%) (Swiss Method)
||Spectro Metro Method
|Solubility in water
||4.0 to 2.0%
|Heavy Metal Component
||Zn = 27 ppm
Cr = 1.6 ppm
Absent = pb, As, Cu
Hg, Ni, Cd
|Ph. of 1% Solution
||Color changes to greenish yellow in alkaline medium.
||The process of dyeing cotton, wool &
silk is almost same, the process is like that of vat dyes. The dye has
to be dissolved in reduced state, then oxidized to get the shade blue.
We follow stringent quality policy modeled on international standards. The
quality policy essentially revolves around maintaining rigorous monitoring
on the products during their developmental stage. The monitoring helps to
supervise every aspect of the products. An incisive round of test is also
held before the final delivery of the products.
Our sound infrastructure facilities and experienced workforce from the
industry, enable us in our endeavor to produce quality products. The
technical know-how coupled with the vast experience of our engineers helps
in culminating unrivaled products.
Our team of Research and Development is striving to meet the expectations
of our clients by engineering innovative products. We welcome queries from
our prospects and look forward to join hands with them to strengthen our
endeavors. We are committed to a quick and prompt feedback regarding the
details of our products and services.
We have etched a respectable place in the industry with the support of a
huge client base which consists of high profile clients. We have clients not
only in domestic markets but in international markets as well.