Bold vibrant colours and healthy hair! It has never been so easy for consumers to change their hair colour and still keep it looking healthy!
There are not only a great range of colours in the market that can be used for permanent or temporary colouring, but there are also a great amount of post-colouring products to maintain colour and healthy-hair appearance.
We offer a variety of products for post-colouring, which help improve the vibrancy and performance of hair colouring products, providing truer, long-lasting and shinier colours whilst keeping their radiance and for longer. We also provide a collection of sulphate-free ingredients, which avoid stripping of hair pigments, improving colour durability. Get to know Croda’s technologies for the care of intense, long-lasting hair colours.
The ability to change your hair colour is the ultimate expression of a person’s personality; from bold hues to more subtle hair maintenance, the possibilities are endless! The hair care market offers a great range of colours and formulations, making it easier than ever to change your look, allowing consumers to embrace true style diversity.
Hair dyes are available in many forms, from permanent to temporary solutions. Whether they are utilised at home or in the salon, each have the potential to inflict varying levels of damage on the hair fibre. Permanent and demi-permanent dyes are examples of oxidative systems, which are the most long-lasting solutions but can also be the most damaging. Hair cuticles are lifted to allow dyes to enter the hair cortex and are closed again at the end of treatment. However, cuticles will not lie entirely flat again, especially with repeated hair dye applications. This causes irreversible damage and can lead to the hair feeling rough, appearing dull and being difficult to manage.
In addition to the hair straightening benefits provide by Kereffect SD, new data generated shows that Kereffect SD can easily by formulated into oxidative hair dye systems to improve the sensory attributes of hair without impacting colour uptake or intensity, helping to improve the feel and manageability of hair.
Intrinsically, virgin hair has a slight negative charge. However, due to the high pH of the colouring system, the hair becomes even more negatively charged,making it very receptive to cationic conditioners. These conditioners are formulated in the colourant and in the after hair colouring conditioners to improve the feel and add softness and smoothness to the hair.
Cetyl Alcohol (and) Stearyl Alcohol (and) PPG-5 Ceteth-20 (and) Dicetyl Phosphate (and) Ceteth-10 Phosphate (and) Behentrimonium Methosulfate
A blend of ingredients designed to create a one-step conditioning and emulsifying package for hair colour creams.
Rapeseedamidopropyl Ethyldimonium Ethosulfate (and) Quaternium-96 (and) Dipropylene Glycol (and) Propanediol
A patented liquid technology that offers hair colour formulators the advantage of delivering shiny more vibrant and longer lasting colour to the.....
Help maintain formulation stability and provide thickening actions. Other than our usual nonionic emulsifiers, our Phosphate esters are great emulsifiers and can be incorporated in both colorant and developer.
Hair colour can remove both lipid and protein materials from the hair leaving it with a dry and raspy feel. Proteins and their derivatives can undo this damage to improve the after feel and the overall condition of the colour treated hair. Humectants like our Incromectant range provide a non-tacky alternative to glycerin offering moisturisation back to the hair due to their hygroscopic nature.
Through Crodarom and Sederma Inc, Croda offers a line of high quality botanical extracts, exotic oils and specialty ingredients. The maximum benefit of these can be obtained by using them in the post colouring conditioner for a natural-themed marketing hair colour story.
Most of the dye intermediates are water soluble, but few are not and so traditionally, alcohols or glycols have been used to solubilise those dyes and other hydrophobic ingredients in the formula. However, these alcohols tend to dry out the hair; fatty alkoxylates, Lanolins and derivatives are the best alternatives while improving the feel of the hair at the same time.
They double-up as wetting agents and cleansing aids to help prevent dye build up on the hair surface.
The color mixture should be thin enough to be easily applied to the hair and yet has to be thick enough in order not to drip on the face. Thickening agents can provide not only thickening but good feel as well. Polymers are used not only in the colourant but the developer as well to improve the mixture viscosity.
Dicetyl Phosphate (and) Ceteth -10 Phosphate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Cetyl Alcohol (and) PPG-5 Ceteth -20
Hair relaxer base that creates stable relaxers at low temperatures and without phase inversion A combination of natural substantivity greater oil.....
Sodium Polyacrylate (and) Ethylhexyl Cocoate (and) PPG-3 Benzyl Ether Myristate (and) Polysorbate 20
Multifunctional anionic rheology modifier Thickens up to 65 000 cPs at 2% auto-emulsifies up to 30% oil or silicone and adds unbeatable smooth.....
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