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PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:34 am    Post subject: Brazilian Blowout Shampoo Reply with quote

Since their introduction to the United States market, the Brazilian hair Blowout company has seen many ups and downs. After their initial explosion, they had to come to terms with many serious lawsuits alleging that their product contains the carcinogenic chemical formaldehyde.

Formaldehyde found in Blowout products is said to be the key agent in the death of at least one Brazilian hair stylist. One the process made its way to America, the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration began receiving calls from salon workers complaining of severe headaches, nose bleeds, and respiratory troubles. After testing the product, OSHA found formaldehyde levels in excess of 10% (the acceptable level of formaldehyde in cosmetic products is 0.2%).

Although the Brazilian Blowout company insists that their product is safe, in the late summer of 2011 they released the Brazilian Blowout Zero. This product is one hundred percent plant derived and claims to release no formaldehyde at any stage of the process because it is made from a new proprietary blend of plant-based minerals, whereas most smoothing treatment products are made with methylene glycol as their bonding agent.

The new blend, called KeraSafe, is a professional grade bonding system that uses plant derivatives to aid in the bonding process. These derivatives are combined with the Brazilian Blowout Super Nutrient Complex to help coat each hair and seal the cuticle in a protective layer of protein. This helps smooth and flatten hair while protecting it from frizz causing humidity.

The big question asked by many consumers who love the process is "How effective is it compared to the original system?"

Although it was dangerous, the original system worked extremely well. Through the use of the KeraSafe blend, the new Zero process claims to be equally as effective. The company claims there is no difference in performance, no difference in the time taken for the process, and no difference in how long the results last.

Possibly the best news for Brazilian Blowout consumers is that the shampoos, after-care, and styling products have not changed at all. These products were never accused of containing formaldehyde, and have been considered safe from the beginning. There is an increasing demand for these products, and this news makes both the company and consumers happy.

These after-care shampoos and styling products are unique and one of a kind products developed specifically for use with the Brazilian hair Blowout system. They are based on a blend of acai berry extracts and other proprietary ingredients. All products work to extend the life of your hair style by locking in a healthy amount of moisture while protecting it against humidity and other frizz-causing elements. The styling products do this while helping you achieve the volume, definition, and shape you desire.

The company cites a desire to meet customer demands as its reason for created the Zero process. Even though they still believe their product is safe, they felt the pressure of clients who were worried about supposed health issues and decided to create a product that would relieve those fears. The original Brazilian Blowout process is still available in many salons, but the Zero process is now available for those who wish to try it.
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