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Thickened Hair Colors

SpecialChem / Feb 6, 2013

The present inventors have observed that because the viscosity of hair color products can change (for example, on storage), it may be difficult to obtain a homogeneous mixture when these compositions are mixed. In addition, their inconsistency may make them difficult to use. For example, a review of popular hair color products shows the most common thickeners are: (a) fatty alcohols, amides, and a

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