Hair coloring changed by Agent 2.

Developed independently by NAKANO, SUSTINO releases customers from hair coloring discomfort, and is a hair coloring agent with a focus on the future of salon coloring.

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  • Sustino Oxide 06

    Sustino Oxide 06

    Quasi drug

    • 1050ml
  • Sustino Oxide 02

    Sustino Oxide 02

    Quasi drug

    • 1050ml
  • SUSTINO Agent 1

    SUSTINO Agent 1

    Quasi drug

    • 80g
※When using hair color (quasi drug), please read the precautions carefully and use only as instructed.
※Do not use this product if you have developed a rash from using hair color in the past. Do not even attempt a skin allergy test (patch test).
※Each time before use, be sure to conduct a skin allergy test (patch test).
For more information regarding [rashes] and [skin allergy tests] (patch tests) please refer to the [Japan Hair Color Industry Association] website
http://www.jhcia.org/advice/

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Features

[Hybrid base] Releasing customers from discomfort

Releasing customers from discomfort during coloring while maintaining good dyeability, the [hybrid base] has been developed so that customers are able to enjoy hair coloring throughout their lifetime.

Characteristics of the emulsion

Characteristics of the emulsion

Characteristics of the emulsion Normally, with both hair coloring Agents 1 and 2, it is an O/W (oil in water) type emulsion in which droplets exist in the aqueous phase. An O/W (oil in water) type emulsion is a cream with oil droplets floating in water, and has characteristics such as [good comparability with water] and a [fresh feeling during use]. On the other hand, a W/O (water in oil) type emulsion is a cream with water droplets floating in oil, and has the characteristics of being a [good barrier to water] and having an [oily feeling during use]. Since the essential components of hair color (dye, alkaline agent, hydrogen peroxide) are water soluble, for the reasons mentioned above, conventional hair color has until now been designed as an O/W (oil in water) type emulsion for both Agent 1 and Agent 2.

Hybrid base

Hybrid base

Hybrid base By combining two different emulsion types and utilizing the advantages of each to form a hybrid base, customers are released from discomfort during coloring and good dyeability is achieved.

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