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Copper and calcium uptake in colored hair.

Abstract:

During hair coloring a number of disulfide bonds in cystine are oxidized (1) to create cysteic acid, forming binding sites for metal ions such as Ca(2+ )and Cu(2+ )from tap water (2). The increased uptake of these metals can have a detrimental impact on fiber properties-for example, reducing shine and causing a poor wet and dry feel (3). In addition, the increased uptake of copper can also contribute to further fiber damage during subsequent coloring due to its ability to take part in metal-i...

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Journal:
Journal of cosmetic science More from this journal
Volume:
60
Issue:
3
Pages:
337-345
Publication date:
2009-01-01
ISSN:
1525-7886
Language:
English
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11977
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2012-12-19

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