Ion Sensitive Scalp Hair Color Developer (10, 20, 30 & 40 volume)
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  • I have used all four of the different volume developers, and I haven't really had too much of a problem as long as I use them as they're intended to be used
  • The 40 is the strongest, and I would definitely recommend it if you're jumping several shades
  • I've used other brand 30 volume developers that just take longer, but this one definitely stops at a certain point and won't take the hair any lighter
  • The 10 and 20 volume developer are both pretty similar in my opinion
  • Another great thing about this product is that I've really noticed that my hair tends to feel a lot healthier when I use this product than other developers


    • by Melanie Noell

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      I picked up this developer completely on a whim one day after I had not dyed my own hair in a while. It said “sensitive scalp,” so I gave it a try, and I have been buying it ever since.

      I have used all four of the different volume developers, and I haven’t really had too much of a problem as long as I use them as they’re intended to be used. The 40 is the strongest, and I would definitely recommend it if you’re


      jumping several shades. When I used the 30 developer for lightening my hair several shades, it took a lot longer than when using the 40 plus it didn’t lighten as well. I’ve used other brand 30 volume developers that just take longer, but this one definitely stops at a certain point and won’t take the hair any lighter.

      The 10 and 20 volume developer are both pretty similar in my opinion. I’ve always used a 20 volume for my toners, even though they recommend a 10; however, there doesn’t seem to be too much of a difference. The 20 volume works a bit faster at depositing the color from my experience, but the 10 is gentler, and the difference in wait time is pretty insignificant.

      I’ve found all of these developers pretty easy to mix, which is nice. I hate developers that have a tendency to be chunky or difficult to get it mixed well. I also notice that true to its name, it is a good product for sensitive ...


      • Ion Sensitive Scalp Hair Color Developer (10, 20, 30 & 40 volume)
      scalp. When I lightened my hair quite a few shades, I definitely got product on my scalp, and while there was some stinging and itchiness, it was nothing like my previous encounters with bleach and high-lift hair dye.

      Another great thing about this product is that I’ve really noticed that my hair tends to feel a lot healthier when I use this product than other developers. Maybe there are other factors involved, but my hair still feels like hair when I use Ion Sensitive

      Scalp - and it definitely takes on conditioner better. There’s a pretty powerful smell, but not quite as bad as some other developers I’ve used.

      The small bottles (8 oz - that’s 2 uses if you only use a single dye) are only a few dollars at Sally Beauty Supply, and they aren’t really much more than developers that don’t take scalp sensitivity into consideration. If you dye your own hair, give this a try because it is in my opinion, one of the gentlest developers on the market.




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