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Are there any chemicals in Daniel Field Water Colour?

This is a question we are often asked and understandably so because there has been much discussion concerning the term “chemicals”. Many materials – both natural and man-made have a definite chemical composition; a common example of a chemical substance is pure water (H20) and so no manufacturer can claim that any product is devoid of chemicals - in fact all matter is made up of chemicals.

As far as harsh chemicals are concerned, Daniel Field Natural Colours – Watercolour contains no active bleaching agent, no alcohol and no ammonia. Daniel’s Advanced Formula Water Colour contains no p-Phenylenediamine (PPD).

There are a great number of websites, media reports and other sources of information about the chemicals used in hair dyes and many contain conflicting information. Often, it is a case of reading all the material and making an informed choice as to whether to use a particular product or not. Daniel continues his on-going programmes of monitoring ingredients and updates his formulas wherever he believes there is a better alternative that will achieve the same outcomes.

Regarding shampoos, conditioners, styling products and the like, in keeping with all manufacturing processes these contain preservatives; otherwise they would have a very short shelf-life.

NOTE: When adding water to mix the dye into a mousse a very small residue of hydrogen peroxide is released. This residue is insignificant to the extent that it will not lighten the hair or damage the hair.

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