Since the dawn of history, women and men have used minerals and plant-based pigments to adorn their skin and hair. In the past 100 years this deeply human practice has become toxic. You could say that women and men have become crash dummies for the chemical industry.

We wanted to change that.

The environment has also become a crash dummy. Over 90% of hair dyes, three billion pounds a year, end up in aquatic environments, causing damage to marine life and polluting our rivers, bays, and the ocean. When we use toxic chemicals, they do not disappear. They go somewhere.

We wanted to change that too.

Hairprint is made of eight food grade ingredients you can pronounce. It is designed to be a better, kinder, and safer way to honor the health of women and men, and the living world around us.

As a business we want to go one step further than providing a product that is good for your health and the environment. We want to improve lives, especially for those that don’t have the opportunities we do. 20% of our profit goes to fund educational opportunities for children in developing countries.


We are Kijani Asia doing business as Hairprint Asia. A small and caring Malaysia based green technology company. We are the official distributors of Hairprint in Malaysia and the surrounding region. Although we are independent from Hairprint in the US we share the same principles and goals.

When Hairprint began, the founders wanted to create a company that made a difference on many levels. The act of enhancing one’s beauty or, in the case of men, one’s good looks, is an ancient human practice. Hairprint offers products that are truly different and respect the sanctity of the body and the earth.

We also wanted to do something for the generations to come. Too many young girls are taught to believe that they are not beautiful, that they are not thin enough, blonde enough, or cute enough. We have a culture where our authentic beauty as women is seen as inadequate, that we need to do, buy, or apply more products and treatments in order to be beautiful. We don’t think beauty can be obtained that way. By investing in the education of children we hope to make a small change in the future of our children. We pledge 20% of our profits towards the education of children in the developing world.