D.S.A. 7 Colored Starches
INCI: Oryza Sativa (Rice) Starch, CetrimoniumchlorideProduct Category: Starch
D.S.A. 7 Colored Starches are based on physically activated rice starch D.S.A.7. The coloured starches can be easily combined with D.S.A.7 or lipophilic starch like AGENAFLO OS 9051 in order to combine cleansing effects with covering characteristics.
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Want Dual Functionality? Formulate a coloured Dry Shampoo and add the benefit of a root concealer using D.S.A. 7 Colored Starches. Coloured dry hair shampoos and root concealers can be used for refreshing the hair with the additional benefits of providing hair texture, volume, reduce hair oiliness and cover up grey roots, or simply match the natural’s hair colour at the roots.
Features & Benefits DSA 7 Colored Starches
- Black, brown, red, and yellow
- Iron Oxide Coloured D.S.A.7 coated with Dimethicone
- The pigment will not separate from the D.S.A. 7
- Very small particle size ensures free flowing properties
- Addition of Cetrimonium Chloride provides improved conditioning and attraction to the hair.
Spray products with D.S.A. 7 Colored Starches:
The use of root cover-ups in spray form is very common as it enables the blending in of root regrowth on colour-treated hair without leaving any residue.
Powder products with D.S.A. 7 Colored Starches:
They can be in either loose or pressed form and are applied either with a “shaker” or a brush.
Both the spray and powder formats utilize the range of starches available and can be used alone or as part of a combination of starches to achieve the perfect result.
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Oryza Sativa (Rice) Starch, Cetrimoniumchloride