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Croda Debuts iPad Hair Damage Guide

September 6, 2013

Portable, interactive hub for information.

Hair sustains damage in many ways and from various sources, often on a daily basis. To help its customers better understand hair damage, Croda has launched an updated, iPad-friendly version of its interactive, electronic Hair Damage Guide that explores the various types of hair damage, how each occurs and how these can be duplicated in a laboratory setting to test the efficacy of new product technologies.  New and proven solutions for preventing and reversing hair damage are explained in terms of science and consumer perception. 

The Hair Damage Guide is fully integrated into Croda’s website, which gives customers unlimited access to formularies and product information designed to assist them with their projects.  Customers can also order free product samples to use in their laboratory work.

This interactive, educational tool gives customers on-the-go access to information, putting hair damage solutions at their fingertips.

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