Grant’s Power Bonding

July 12, 2017 | Contact Author | By: Jennifer Novoseletsky
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Granrepair Powerbond

Keywords: Grant Industries | GranRepair PowerBond | hair care | hair bonds | shine | soften | smooth | strengthen | hair texture | ease of combability | color | salon treatments | bleaching | bleach

Abstract: Grant Industries is strengthening bonds—literally—with its new technology to benefit hair. Chemical salon processed hair bonds can now be protected and repaired with this new launch.

Grant Industries has introduced GranRepair PowerBond (INCI: Water (aqua) (and) Butylene Glycol (and) Bis-PCA Dimethicone (and) Disodium PEG-12 Dimethicone Sulfosuccinate (and) Aminomethyl Propanol), a technology to protect, strengthen and repair damaged hair.

GranRepair PowerBond protects existing disulfide bonds, while also reconnecting broken bonds due to an excessive amount of bleaching, treatment and flat-iron use. This next-generation bond cure technology helps soften and smooth hair noticeably, while also adding shine to hair’s appearance.

Results of the silicone-composed technology have shown to withstand through several hair washes and drying cycles. After use, the hair is left easy to comb through—whether wet or dry—and color intensity is improved.

Utilizing GranRepair PowerBond also does not negatively affect bleaching processes, such as by reducing bleach time or impacting bleach results. This new technology is designed for professional salon treatments and at-home maintenance products.