We can categorize these ingredients into 3 types. These are the ingredients used to create colors. Next, we have natural ingredients which have antibacterial and preservative qualities. Lastly we have the ingredients which infuse nutrients into the fibers. So those are the three main categories of ingredients. These are the ingredients that are used most frequently and they are used to create black dyes. The remaining ingredients are used to create brown dyes; they are often used in combination with one another. All these ingredients may be extracted from nature relatively easily and they have been commonly used for a long time. They only consist of products that are known to be beneficial to the human body including the scalp. These ingredients are no exception and are also sourced from nature. These are the wood fibers we created using the extracts from various trees. Products made by brands such as Toppik are typically made with artificially manufactured ingredients, such as keratin fibers instead of rayon fibers. All the ingredients we see here are known to add many benefits to one’s hair and scalp. These ingredients are used to create color. When it comes to such color additives, we make sure that they incorporate ingredients that relieve the inflammation of the scalp. As you would know, we have all been using so many different products on our hair for years. On top of that, body secretions such as sweat may lead to germs being formed on our scalps. What these ingredients do is to control those germs/bacteria. These ingredients are used to relieve atopic dermatitis or rashes on the skin. Those over here comprise ingredients that promote healthy scalp and hair. These, unfortunately, should not be consumed orally but all of these ingredients may be extracted for consumption. Everything we have here is composed of ingredients that are beneficial to the scalp. While it will not be possible for me show you the entire procedure of producing the final product due to the time constraint, I would like to briefly demonstrate the steps that we need to go through to make the product. These are the ingredients typically used to develop colors. We add these in here. Followed by these. Depending on the situation, we go on about brewing either by extracting nutrients from each ingredient one by one or by extracting from all the ingredients at once. To simplify the process today, we will use the latter method and extract all the ingredients at once. When we produce them in mass, we extract each ingredient one by one; but since we are dealing with a very small volume here we will use the simplifed method. We are busy making the black color, although it does not look like it at all. Chemical manufacturing process tends to generate black liquid when making black dyes. However, naturally manufactured products do not appear black in color at once. They rather have a color like this and what we need to is to add our special ingredients to add a color to it. This, in fact, takes a long time to extract; it takes about 40 minutes of extraction to achieve this. Korean traditional medicine! This is how the black color is developed, but we will need to give a little more time. It would take more time for the color to manifest, but since we cannot spend too much time waiting around right now, let us just wait a little more then proceed to formulate the color. Is that ‘secret’ you mentioned also all natural? Oh, yes. We add some rayon in here. This is rayon. It’s crucial that the temperature does not drop during this procedure. The temperature should always be kept consistent and should not exceed 100 degrees celsius. We usually heat the fibers and rayon for about forty minutes straight when we mass produce, but since we are simplifying the process today, we will reduce the heating time. Since we cannot waste too much time waiting, let us now add our ‘secret’. This is another secret ingredient and it intensifies the color when added to the mixture. I see that the infusion has been dyed now – has the fiber itself been dyed or has it just been coated with the dye? Even the insides of the fibers have been dyed. This is because natural ingredients tend to absorb liquid right to the core. This is why even the insides of these fibers have been dyed thoroughly. The fibers have not yet been fully dyed. We are still able to see how the insides of the fibers have been dyed when we filter the infusion. We now need to repeat the same procedure a number of times. We need to keep repeating the dying process until we get the color we want after having rinsed it with clean water multiple times. If you take a look here, we do not yet have the full color. This is because we had not allocated enough time for the dye to work its magic. If we extended the time, we would have had a more intense color. We then give it a wash like this and repeat the process until we see the color we want is created. This is then dehydrated. The end product after taking the steps and dehydrating the mixture looks like this. This product has all of the nutrients from these ingredients, but not the ones from the remaining herbs. We had already extracted all the good stuff from those herbs, so we can pour them into the desiccated fiber mixture. Now all the nutrients from these ingredients have been thoroughly absorbed, one may apply them onto their scalp and hair like one would for applying moisturizer on the face. At the end of the day, these wood fibres absorb all the nutrients from the various ingredients. So what we then do is to give these black residues a firm squeeze and dry them up to get the end product. When we use chemically produced products out in the market, adding them to your hair continually releases harmful substances. However when it comes to our products, while the substances may get lost and fall loose from the hair when applied to one’s hair and scalp, they consist of beneficial ingredients so I believe that our product is better than the other competing products in the market. So while the whole procedure was drastically shortened, it actually takes 7-10 days to acquire the final product. It certainly takes a prolonged period of time. How many hours would it take in total? Given that we spend 10 hours a day on making the product, it would take over 100 hours of work to put this final product on the table. How long would it take for other brands such as Toppik and Caboki to make their fibers? About 1 to 2 hours.