A formalin free hair smoother that is proven to be as efficient as the Brazilian smother method.

We have developed a unique formula that reacts like the active ingredient in Brazilian smoothing  (formaldehyde).
The applying method is similar but now it is safe.


Works on wild curly hair, up to color tone 5
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Stays on the hair for more then 6 month
No side effects
Registered in the CPNP Europe
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Curlsfree Anubis Smoother cream (formalin free). Sculpting, smoothing & shaping Hair cream for curly and damaged hair.
Since formaldehyde forbidden to be use in the Brazilian smoothing products, the field of hair straightening searched for the ultimate new solution which not content formalin.


Ingredients CAS No.   Page No. Reason for use
Water (Aqua) 7732-18-5   2899 Solvent
Cetearyl  Alcohol 8005-44-5   476 Emollient & Viscosity Builder
Cyclomethicone 69430-24-6   714 Volatile Emollient
Chenopodium Quinoa Seed -   510 Repairing hair damage
Dimethyl Urea 96-31-1     Moisturizer & fixative
Water & Hydrolyzed Keratin 7732-18-5     Conditioner + fixer
Stearalkonium Chloride 122-19-0   2641 Hair conditioner & emulsifier
Urea 57-13-6   2861 Moisturizer & fixative
Cyclopentasiloxane &
Emollient & silicon film former
Acrylates Copolymer 9010-92-8   2679 Film former
Ginkgo Biloba leaf extract 90045-36-6   1034 Conditioning agent & fixative
Saponins 8047-15-2   2435 Natural detergent
Phenyl  Trimethicone 2116-84-9   2003 Shining Emollient
Sapindus Mukurossi -     Natural detergent& skin calmer
Water &
 Glycerin &
 Saponaria Officinalis Root extract
Natural detergent
Zinc Sulfate 7446-19-7   3006 Preservative & astringent
Zinc Chloride 7646-85-7   2998 Preservative & astringent
Fragrance Safe     Perfume
Acetic Acid 64-19 -7   11 pH adjuster & fixative
Methylisothiazolinone 2682-20-4   1571 Preservative



Curlsfree Anubis is basically working in the same way as both formaldehyde Brazilian smoothers and Japanese straightening dose.
Formaldehyde is mummified, it "welds" the keratin strands, one to the other-regardless of the S=S bonds.
It does so to the hair at the position it exist at the moment of heating (smooth, curly – does not matter). It dose so by cross linking parallel keratin fibers, mainly by action on the amino acid lysine. This is a covalent chemical bond between the keratin strands. This ensure individual keratin strands to form a cytoskeleton which lands additional rigidity to the hair.  
This procedure is called: hair keratin function polymerization.  
What we did is replace the formaldehyde with other materials that works in the same way. The main active is Hydrolyzed Quinoa Protein - a natural hair fixative that smoothing hair fibers. Quinoa protein is very rich with Cysteine, Methionine and Lysine amino acid content.
We have is a double action mechanism:
 We are holding the hair in the new straight position by attaching the Quinoa amino acids containing sulfur (Cysteine and Methionine) to the disulfide bonds in the hair keratin (this is the mechanism of traditional hair straighteners  and of other straighteners ).
2. We are creating a new keratin Cytoskeleton by having covalent cross linking bonds between the Lysine amino acid in the keratin strands and those in the Quinoa Hydrolyzed protein (like Formaldehyde dose). Since Quinoa protein is much richer in these four amino acids content then keratin dose.
the results of the straightening procedure are much better.
Ginkgo Biloba is added for its action as coagulation booster.

we are adding 2 types of polymers:
1.  Acrylates copolymer, which was claimed to have wave/smoothing effect.
2.  Silicon Polymer (Dimethiconol) that increased the resistant of the smooth hair to reversion.
Curlsfree Anubis smoother recommended for the following types of hair: virgin, colored, previously straightened, kinky, curly, and wavy hair.
Do not use on bleached hair.

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