What issues can DecoVec™ resolve?
– Agents used during the coloring process oxidize and break down the melanin that gives natural color to your hair.
– During this oxidation process, part of the hair is hydrolyzed. The protective lipid layer of the hair cuticle is destroyed and removed.
– As a result, the hair is dry, becomes more porous, brittle, and loses strength and elasticity.
DecoVec™ is made of millions of dehydrated liposomes, suspended in a moisturizing vegetable matrix. The liposome membrane is composed of purified soy lecithin phospholipids, associated with a cationic polymer that has high affinity for the coloring agent. DecoVec also contains, collagen, dimethicone, apha bisabolol, and Vitamin E.
DecoVec™ is compatible with all types of coloring agents. Liposomes are reconstituted at the time of preparing the mixture of bleaching powder with hydrogen peroxide. The reconstituted liposomes help to protect the hair fiber during the coloring process. They help to provide greater moistening and lubricating action, more strength, elasticity, and lower porosity to the hair. This allows you to make a more secure, efficient, and intense coloring.
Scanning electronic microscope image of DecoVec™
Efficacy of DecoVec™
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