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From: Veronica (22.214.171.124)
Subject: Re: Arot Keratin Treatment
Date: July 8, 2012 at 8:57 pm PST
In Reply to: Arot Keratin Treatment posted by Emma on March 7, 2010 at 2:40 pm:
That seems like BS. Ive had it done twice now. The first time lasted
almost an entire year. I had it done for the second time yesterday. I
can tell you that that product definitely has formaldehyde. Did you
actually ge tto see the ingredients listed in the bottle???Or just a
paper the worker gave you. I can tell you, that with the Arot treatment,
the first time I got a crazy runny nose and sneezing the first 2 days
and some dandruff (I guess from excess keratin?). When i got it washed
though (i left it more for 6 days though you only need 4, that all
stopped. Now, this time, my scalp was itching a loooot during the
morning. It kind of ceased in a couple hours, which I found weird. The
website says it contains formaldehyde, and I can tell you that by the
smell, plus the fact that the hairdresser used mask this time(which I
also find weird), it definitely has formaldehyde. The first time I asked
the owner of the salon if it had formaldehyde. She said no, that is was
safe and even used it on her daughter. The second time, I asked one of
the hairdressers, and said YES but that in small amounts. wonder what
these "small amounts" mean, considering that when I had the treatment
applied, they moved me to a chair in the other extreme where there were
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