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- Egyptian God
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Question for you ladies Hydrogen Peroxide, where can I buy it ? and any idea of the Arabic for it ? cheers....
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Chemist shop - ask for Hydrogen Peroxide if there is a pharmacist or Oxygene for counter staff. Very popular to clean wounds.
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Bought some today, oxygen it's called, a new shop for make up and perfume on Jusef Hassen Street has opened, same side as Emilio Hotel but nearer the top, they have different strengths and very large bottles.
- Royal V.I.P
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Different strengths? Either it is H2O2 or it is not.carrie wrote:Bought some today, oxygen it's called, a new shop for make up and perfume on Jusef Hassen Street has opened, same side as Emilio Hotel but nearer the top, they have different strengths and very large bottles.
Maybe they dilute it?
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In hairdressing there are different strength percentages (eg 3%, 6%, 12%) and they are used depending on how much lift you need when colouring/bleaching your hair. If you already have lots of white hair then 3% may be used for a light colour, whereas if you have lots of dark hair and want it a lighter colour, then 6% or 12% would be used. I believe it is mixed with some sort of cream conditioner rather than being applied to the hair "neat". I'm no hairdresser but have lots of experience with the bleach bottle!