CROMATIQUE Stabilized Oxidizing Cream is unique to the CROMATIQUE line and is a vital, key element in ensuring the unsurpassed quality of CROMATIQUE professional hair colour results.

Our premier cream developer is enriched with a new-generation cationic conditioning agent.* CROMATIQUE’s rich and creamy formulation boosts the restructuring emollient and soothing action of our hair colouring cream’s active ingredients to obtain the best colour results: maximum coverage, outstanding shine, and smoothness.

Its high-viscosity concentrated formula and balanced texture help the professional achieve a perfect application (drip-free, moisture-rich/non-drying).

When mixed with our colouring cream or lightening powder, CROMATIQUE Stabilized Oxidizing Cream produces a truly homogeneous mixture that makes the application easier and helps achieve outstanding results.

Table 3 Coverage of Grey Hairs
Type of Grey HairPeroxideExposure TimeComment
Normal20 Vol. 30 minutesColours cover greys directly
Resistant20 Vol. 30 minutesOption 1: Mix desired tone with corresponding base 1:1

Option 2: Cuticles opended

Option 3: Pre-pigmentation

Table 2 Developer Appications
Objective10 Vol (3%)20 Vol (6%)30 Vol (9%)
Increase coverage of greysCan be usedRecommendedShould not be used
Increase bleaching strengthShould not be usedShould not be usedRecommended
Increase colouring strengthCan be usedRecommendedShould not be used
Increase quality of highlightsCan be used RecommendedShould not be used
Extend colour durationCan be usedRecommendedShould not be used

* Cationic:

An ion or group of ions having a positive charge and characteristically moving toward the negative electrode in electrolysis. An ion with net positive charge, having more protons than electrons.

- Cationic polymers remain on the hair via electrostatic interactions.

- They are attracted to the negatively charged, damaged protein sites on the hair.

- This positive/negative interaction prevents them from being removed. ​​

Opening cuticle: Apply 20 Vol. developer directly on the grey hair with cotton. Leave for 10-15 minutes, dry and apply the desired tone mixed with base without washing hair.

Pre-pigmentation: Use bases with no developer in the most difficult areas. Then apply the desired tones mixed with the base.

The Stabilized Oxidizing Cream

Table 1 Mixtures, Developer and Exposure Times
To Apply TonesMixtureVol. of PeroxideExposure
Normal1:120 Vol.30 minutes
Very Dark1:1From 10 to 20 Vol.30 minutes
Reddish and Auburn1:120 Vol35 minutes
Superlightners (CROMATIQUE Blonde)1:2From 30 to 40 Vol.45 minutes
Medium, Light and Extra Light (no grey or less than 50%)1:130 Vol.30 minutes
Medium, Light and Extra Light (more than 50% grey)1:120 Vol.30 minutes