What is Salon Care 40 used for?

Salon Care 40 Volume Creme Developer provides a thick, easy handling gel consistency and very strong lightening action without color deposit. Can be used only as a bleach booster as well. *Limit 6 per order for non-professional customers. Limit 24 per order for professional customers.

What is 40 creme developer used for?

40 volume developer (12% peroxide) Serves only for lightening. Up to 8 levels of lift. Ideal for a super platinum blonde result. It is used together with a lightening cream or powder.

What is 40 vol peroxide used for?

40 Volume. 40 volume developer can be used with permanent hair color and high lift color to give 3-4 levels of lift depending on the power of the color and the texture of the hair. Open-air processing such as balayage is ideal for 40 volume developer as it allows for maximum lift but the control of less heat.

How long should you keep 40 volume developer in hair?

You should leave 40 volumes of developer on your hair for a maximum of 20 minutes. Long-term use will cause irreversible damage to the hair. There is a risk of hair becoming dry, brittle or even broken.

How many levels does 40 vol lift?

8 levels
A Volume 40 developer serves only for lightening and provides up to 8 levels of lift. It is ideal for those who want to achieve blonde results and is recommended for use with lightening cream or powder.

What does creme developer do?

Developer, also known as activator or even peroxide for short, is mixed with bleach or dye to lighten or color hair. It’s a creamy product that contains hydrogen peroxide, and the amount of hydrogen peroxide is what determines developer volume.

Can I mix 40 developer with hair dye?

By mixing you’are semi permanent red with the 40 volume developer, the colour and developer will not react together and it won’t process on your head!

Is 40 volume developer bleach?

Its main use is in bleaching and it can lighten around 7 levels depending on the bleach powder used. 40 volume is occasionally used to lighten very dark, stubborn hair as part of the bleaching process. It lightens quickly and its effects are harsher than lower concentrations.