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December 13th, 2007
You can get straighter hair without the formaldehyde
Former Boca Raton stylist and now New York star stylist Peter Coppola is marketing the Peter Coppola Hair Therapy by Coppola.
"We don't have raw formaldehyde," said Biage Bucario, executive vice president and director of education for Coppola. "We have a derivative called aldehydes, which is safer and more natural. We hooked up with a French chemist who gave us the nanotechnology so we don't have a dangerous toxin airborne. Aldehydes encapsulates in the molecules. No fumes come up."
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