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From: Ginny (
Subject: Re: Rusk Straight
Date: August 13, 2007 at 9:47 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Rusk Straight posted by Jan Norris on August 13, 2007 at 7:23 am:

Thank you so much for responding. And yes, it is definitely sodium hydroxide. I called John Frieda's company and actually talked to someone about it. The product is called Brilliant Brunette Luminous Color Glaze (color glosser/shine booster). It's just something you shampoo into your hair in the shower. You leave it on for 3 minutes and it says you can use it everytime you shampoo your hair. I've used it only 4 times but when I read that about the straightening and the sodium hydroxide I got upset because I thought I wouldn't be able to go ahead with it. John Frieda's people told me that the chemical washes out of the hair in 3 to 4 washings and that it's a low amount. They said it should be safe to do the straightening procedure. It's scary to think they put something so strong in a simple shampoo-in mild dye.

I appreciate you answer. Thanks again!


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