Keratin Complex - NJ Hair Dresser is Wrong

by NJ Girl
(Englishtown, NJ, USA)

I had this treatment twice in NJ and not ONE person has gotten sick in the salon. Not ONE person I know who had this done had a sore throat or burning eyes. This treatment is really the best and lasts between 4 and 6 months. I love the fact that I could wash and go without going near a blow dryer or flat iron!

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Sep 24, 2011
NJ is one of the few employers that cares more for staff than fast cash
by: Anonymous

If only all employers had as much regard for their staff. Those who choose to ignore the information do so at their own peril,this product is highly toxic.

My question is this, who will protect the employee when they get sick from using this? the salon owner will say they thought it was safe to use and the manufacturer will say they provided the information,it was up to the salon owner to research it.
Of course the product works, no one is disputing that but is it worth possible cancer and severe health problems?

Jul 26, 2011
Too much product !
by: Georgetown west

It would appear that these stylists that are getting all the fumes,are using TOO much product.
We love & use this product with great results.

Dec 04, 2010
NJ Hair Dresser is not wrong
by: Anonymous

Okay, you are forgetting that this stuff goes airborne with heat. You don't care now but you will be the first to join the class action suit against the companies when you only have 6 months to live. Keratin seems to be the global talk and I hope they ban it.

Oct 29, 2010
Get Serious Guys
by: Anonymous

Although, I do appreciate your concern for your health, but lets be fair. I am a hairstylist and I offer the Keratin System in my salon (Coppala). I did my research and had my concerns about the product when I was first introduced to it as well. I decided to have the treatment myself so I could be my own walking, talking advertisement. Did it sting my eyes...yes. Did I get sick...no. I experienced NO breathing issues but it did make me sneeze once.

I say if you are encouraging people to take the MSDS sheet to the dermatologist or even a chemist, include the MSDS sheets for the perms, relaxers and colors as well. Be fair across the board is my point. Stop attacking especially if you are using or have chemical services applied to your hair more frequent than this product requires. Read the warning labels to your client on all of the CHEMICALS you offer. Clients that do their chemical services at home READ the warning labels on the colors etc..that you are using so often. Oh yeah, READ the release form that your stylist has you to sign before chemicals as well. Get Serious People.

Sep 01, 2010
NJ hairstylist is not wrong
by: NC Hairstylist

This product may have worked for you, and that is fabulous, but this stylist is not wrong. These are dangerous products. Get the MSDS and take it to a dermatologist or a chemist. If these stay on the market, rest assured there will be several stylist and a few clients with lung cancer 10 years from now.

I applaud NJ hairstylist for considering his staff. This is the type of stylist and salon people need to look for! This hairstylist care about his staff, his reputation and has integrity.

May 22, 2010
Coppola Keratin Treatment
by: Kay

I received the Coppola Keratin Treatment on May 21, 2010. I have very thick and naturally curly African American-textured hair. My last chemical relaxer was August 2008.

My eyes and nose burned a little, but I didn't get sick. In fact, it had a sweet smell and was better than the smell of someone getting a permanent.

The Coppola Keratin Treatment was expensive. The salon charged $100 per hour. However, my hair is GREAT (silky and STRAIGHT) and I'll only have to apply the treatment twice a year. Over time, this is MUCH cheaper. When I have my hair pressed, it does not last long. It reverts within a few days. My relaxers (when I did that) lasted about 4-5 weeks before it needed an application to the new growth. Of course, I had to wait until the recommended 6th week in order to avoid over-processing.


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