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From: LISA (18.104.22.168)
Subject: Re: Coppola and Daniel Hersheshon, questions...
Date: June 7, 2008 at 4:32 pm PST
In Reply to: Coppola and Daniel Hersheshon, questions... posted by BAnn on June 7, 2008 at 2:54 pm:
Coppola does contain formaldehyde.
See their MSDS sheet. I had a chemist from the department of health review it.
It claims to have less that 1/2 of 1% formol (which is formaldehyde)
although it is called Formaldehyde Free. The casting number for the formol listed is the same casting number as formaldehyde. Those are standardized numbers.
It also contains less than 1% aldehydes which people call formaldehyde but they are not. Again see the casting numbers on Coppola's MSDS sheet.
I just recently used the Global product that uses ether instead of formaldehyde. It reduced frizz very well also.
I have not heard of the Daniel Hersheson Permanent Blow-dry Treatment.
It looks very interesting from what I read when I Googled it.
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