I think someone made them put in this part to show how "green" they are. Probably a requirement of one of their grants:
- Graphene hair dyes can be applied by spraying, brushing, and then drying.
- Graphene hair dyes do not contain organic solvents or toxic molecular ingredients.
- Durability of graphene dyes has reached the performance of permanent hair dyes.
- Graphene dyes render hair enhanced antistatic and thermal dissipation properties.
The waste from graphene-coated hair can be recycled and repurposed for the creation of functional materials for other electronic or energy storage devices.
Graphene seems to be the nuclear fusion of materials science: it's always just ten years away from a total revolution of everything, this time for sure. It'll be easier to believe this is real when the kevlar-shitting spiders show up in products, or when nanotech makes dental cavities a thing of the past, this time for sure, or when I can charge my phone with a stinger tap.