DermMatch contains ingredients that are safe to use. DermMatch contains colourants obtained primarily from mineral and plant sources. There is no hair dye in DermMatch. DermMatch contains emollients that soften, soothe and moisturise your skin. The formula is loaded with botanical and natural ingredients. One of the key ingredients comes from palm leaves native to the Amazon. It helps give DermMatch its water-resistant properties. Every ingredient in the DermMatch formula is tested and has proven to be safe to use. DermMatch is a topical cosmetic, not a drug.
Compared to other ingredients in other scalp concealers –
- COUVRé –
Couvré contains no dyes and does not block pores or interfere with normal hair growth. This waterproof, dry-touch formula with natural pigments conceals the scalp, resulting in hair that looks fuller and thicker. Some of the main ingredients for Couvré are Water, Propylene Glycol, Isopropyl Myristate and panthenol. Couvre products are a natural mix of organic moisturisers, iron oxides and natural colorants.
- Toppik Coloured Hair thickener –
Toppik Coloured Hair Thickener is an innovative colour spray solution designed to disguise areas scalp show-through, thin or thinning hair, bald spots and root re-growth. This lightweight, long-lasting hair thickener is gentle on the scalp, safe for everyday use and available in 5 shades that resist wind, rain, and perspiration. Main ingredients include Water, Aluminum Starch Octenylsuccinate, Hydrofluorocarbon and Iron Oxides.
To compare, DermMatch’s ingredients gives the product its water-resistant qualities, the emollients help moisturise the skin. Whereas, the products used by Courve and Toppik aren’t as water-proof. Each product has natural ingredients that are safe to use.
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