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- Conditioning agents Agents that increase the conditioning, improving the hydration and combability, making the hair softer and malleable.
- Viscosity agents Ingredients that act by increasing the viscosity of cosmetics.
- Actives Ingredients that act specifically on an action target, to improve and/or treat specific conditions of the hair fibers and/or scalp.
- Hair dyes Substances added to rinse-off cosmetic hair products in order to coloring the hair.
- Silicones Functional chemical compounds based on silicon, which may be fluids, resins or elastomers. They confer various properties, such as increase of hydrophobicity, sensory improvement and conditioning.
- Surfactants Agents that act reducing surface tension. They can act in the cleaning, foam formation and solubilization of other components.
- Proteins Ingredients amino acids based, which provide hair treatment, among other benefits.
- Polyquaterniums Polymers with quaternary ammonium groups that promotes, among other benefits, film forming and hair conditioning.
- Polymers Versatile ingredients that can be applied for different needs, such as modeling, film forming, emollience, conditioning, opacification, preservation and foam stabilization.
- Vegetable oils Oils, usually extracted from plant seeds, which promote nutrition, brightness and emollience.
- Emollients Oils, esters and waxes that improve hair softness and lubricity.
- Gloss additives Ingredients that generally have high refractive index and provide brightness to the cosmetic product and the hair.
- Preservatives Systems that prevent microbiological growth and contamination, ensuring product stability during the usage.
- Vitamins Organic ingredients that promote essential action to the body. They can be water-soluble or oil-soluble and promote several benefits, such as antioxidant and moisturizing action.