STEPANQUAT Helia Combing Performance

This video will be demonstrating the superior combing performance of STEPANQUAT Helia, a new patent-pending hair conditioning agent from Stepan Company. STEPANQUAT Helia is naturally-derived from sunflower oil and is specifically designed to provide easy combing and a soft feel to the hair.

The ease of combing both wet and dry hair is an important performance characteristic of cationic conditioning agents. Ideally, a top-performing product will provide lubricity and reduce the force required to pull a comb through the hair.


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