Olaplex is a bond multiplier containing a single active ingredient, Bis-Aminopropyl Diglycol Dimaleate. Olaplex works by finding single sulfur hydrogen bonds and cross linking them back together to form disulfide bonds before, during and after services. Disulfide bonds are broken via chemical, thermal, and mechanical processes.
Olaplex is the only product of its kind with 8 worldwide patents publishing soon. Olaplex is free of silicone, sulfates, phthalates, DEA, aldehydes, and is never tested on animals.
New and revolutionary, OLAPLEX is an upgrade service for hair colouring. Dean Christal from America is the man who made it all happen. He is persistent and audacious. It was designed by scientists Dr Eric Pressly PHD in Materials and Dr Craig Hawker PHD in Chemistry. With outside eyes and innovation: They both came from outside the world of cosmetic science.
OLAPLEX is a single active ingredient, designed to reconnect the disulfi de sulfur bonds broken by the process of permanent hair coloring and lightening. OLAPLEX is free of silicones, oils, aldehydes and parabens.
‘Garage Grown’ in the Californian technology tradition. The team knew what they wanted and after hours of preparation and mixing, Dean sought the opinion and test results of industry experts and hairdressing’s top colourists. They and their celebrity clients sent the message across the world. Colour, strength and shine; it works.
The American scene, OLAPLEX.com Recognition: Consumer magazine award: Allure magazine 2014 Best of Beauty Breakthrough award for hair. Trade magazine and online informative stories one after the other.
Is Olaplex a Conditioner?
It is important to remember that Olaplex is NOT a conditioner. Conditioners are cosmetic whereas Olaplex works internally to cross link single sulfur hydrogen bonds to create disulfide bonds. Moisture and protein are entirely separate issues that should be addressed separately.