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Damage Control

The typical overall summer experience for me—i.e., a little sunburn; lots of dry, damaged hair; and maybe a slushy—strongly coincides with this edition of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine in that product developers have devised means of damage control for consumers like me.

Argan Conditioner to Smooth, Moisturize Hair

Kiehls has created a line of hair care products that smooth frizzy hair without weighing it down. Superbly Smoothing, which offers a shampoo, a conditioner and a hair mask, is said to moisturize hair and impart shine.

Cleaning Hair Without Water

Alberto Culver International Inc. has added a line to its TRESemmé brand that cleans and refreshes hair without water.

Natural Aloe Shampoo for Dry/Damaged Hair

Treat Beauty has formulated with aloe in a shampoo designed to gently cleanse dry and damaged hair.

NineSigma Calls for Ammonia Free of Masking Technologies

NineSigma has received a request, RFP# 66099, for ammonia odor management in permanent hair colorants. The request encourages companies or academic researchers with a solution to ammonia odor to submit their technologies.

Hair Color without Ammonia for Scalp Comfort and Less Damage

L'Oréal Professionnel has debuted an ammonia-free professional hair colorant that it believes will revolutionize the hair coloring industry.

Comparatively Speaking: Cocamide DEA vs. MEA vs. DIPA in Shampoos

Tony O’Lenick asks Bob Coots, PhD, of Colonial Chemical Inc., "What is the difference between cocamide DEA, MEA or DIPA when used in shampoos?"

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