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CREAM HAIR DYES

PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod. B 00 to B 12.32 and R1 / G1 / A11 / 1BW/C1/V1 Cod. AF1 a AF10.20 Cod. MC1.0 to MC11.2 and MC.R / MC.G / MC.V MC.C / MC.B

CREAM HAIR DYES - BACO

CREAM HAIR DYES BACO SOFT COLOR CREAM HAIR DYES - MARAES

Product Description
Products are made by combining colorants in various (liquid / cream) media in an alkaline environment, with the addition of active ingredients and scented oils, emollients and lipophilic substances to colour, change, and retouch the hair. When used, the product must be mixed with a hydrogen-peroxide based oxidative product (see data Oxidants for Hair-dyes) so as to be activated and to develop the desired colouring. Oxidation pigments or pigment precursors are contained in a phase, whereas oxidizing agents in the other. PHASE I and PHASE II merge when they are used. NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

rev. 05 on 05/2013

COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on

EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


60 30 30 20 16 12 10 10 5 5 5 3 2 1 as needed 100

Anionic / amphoteric / non-ionic surfactants (e.g. ammonium laureth sulfate, laureth-12) Emulsifying agents (e.g. ethoxylated fatty alcohols) Soaps (e.g. ammonium hydroxide / ethanolamine oleate) Thinners (e.g. propylene glycol, benzyl alcohol, glycol ethers such as buthoxydiglycol) Ethanol and/or isopropanol (e.g. alcohol, alcohol denat.,isopropyl alcohol) Hair-colouring agents Alkaline agents (e.g. ammonium hydroxyde*, ethanolamine) Viscosity-increasing agents (e.g. carbomer, fatty acids) Cationic surfactants i ! C12 and polymers (e.g. dicetyldimonium chloride, PEG-2 oleamine) Cationic polymers (e.g. polyquaternium-34) Additional ingredients (e.g. hair conditioning agents, pearlising agents) Reducing agents (e.g. sodium metabisulfite) Parfum Chelating agents (e.g. EDTA) Aqua pH value: 8-11.5

* Maximum admissible concentration for ammonium hydroxide is 6%. - pH value of both mixed phases when used: 8-11.5

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If splashed on the skin or mucosa, the undiluted product can cause skin irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract. If inhaled, it can cause modest irritation of respiratory system.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Skin contact: wash skin immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation persists, contact a physician. Massive inhalation in the event of aerosol: move the person to fresh air. If the discomfort persists, seek help from a poison centre or a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES If a fire breaks out, use water spray, chemical powder, carbon dioxide.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may worsen over time.

rev. 05 on 05/2013

Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames, heat sources, electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and not higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery.

The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Creamy From white to purple Depending on the fragrance mixed with ammonia and/or amines 8.00 - 11.5

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

LIQUID HAIR DYES


PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name Cod. 1073 SILK GLAZE- BACO

Product Description
Products are made by combining colorants in various (liquid / cream) media in an alkaline environment, with the addition of active ingredients and scented oils, emollients and lipophilic substances to colour, change, and retouch the hair. When used, the product must be mixed with a hydrogen-peroxide based oxidative product (see data Oxidants for Hair-dyes) so as to be activated and to develop the desired colouring. Oxidation pigments or pigment precursors are contained in a phase, whereas oxidizing agents in the other. PHASE I and PHASE II merge when they are used.

NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on

EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


60 30 30 20 16 12 10 10 5 5 5 3 2 1 as needed 100

Anionic / amphoteric / non-ionic surfactants (e.g. ammonium laureth sulfate, laureth-12) Emulsifying agents (e.g. ethoxylated fatty alcohols) Soaps (e.g. ammonium hydroxide / ethanolamine oleate) Thinners (e.g. propylene glycol, benzyl alcohol, glycol ethers such as buthoxydiglycol) Ethanol and/or isopropanol (e.g. alcohol, alcohol denat.,isopropyl alcohol) Hair-colouring agents Alkaline agents (e.g. ammonium hydroxyde*, ethanolamine) Viscosity-increasing agents (e.g. carbomer, fatty acids) Cationic surfactants i ! C12 and polymers (e.g. dicetyldimonium chloride, PEG-2 oleamine) Cationic polymers (e.g. polyquaternium-34) Additional ingredients (e.g. hair conditioning agents, pearlising agents) Reducing agents (e.g. sodium metabisulfite) Parfum Chelating agents (e.g. EDTA) Aqua pH value: 8-11.5

* Maximum admissible concentration for ammonium hydroxide is 6%. - pH value of both mixed phases when used: 8-11.5

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If splashed on the skin or mucosa, the undiluted product can cause skin irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract. If inhaled, it can cause modest irritation of respiratory system.

FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Skin contact: wash skin immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation persists, contact a physician. Massive inhalation in the event of aerosol: move the person to fresh air. If the discomfort persists, seek help from a poison centre or a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES If a fire breaks out, use water spray, chemical powder, carbon dioxide.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may worsen over time.

Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open fla- mes, heat sources, electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and not higher than 50C. . After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery.

The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Liquid From white to yellow Depending on the fragrance mixed with ammonia and/or amines 8.00 - 11.5

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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BLEACHING AGENTS
PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod. 014BBACO Cod. 014CBACO Cod. 014AFBACO Cod. 014BAF

BLUE BLEACHING POWDER BACO BLEACHING CREAM BACO AMMONIA FREE BLEACHING CREAM - BACO SOFT COLOR AMMONIA FREE BLEACHING POWDER BACO SOFT COLOR

Product Description
Powders consisting of persulphates and alkaline salts mixed together with excipients, for decolouration of natural and treated hair. When used, the product must be mixed with a hydrogen-peroxide based oxidative product (see data Oxidants for Hair-dyes) so as to be activated and to develop the desired colouring.

NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on

EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


70 50 15 15* 12 5 5

Ammonium / Sodium / Potassium Persolphate Inert powders (e.g. sodium / magnesium silicates, sodium carbonate) Humectants (e.g. glycerine, propylene glycol, PEG) pH adjusters (e.g. sodium metasilicate) Releasing agents of ammonium hydroxide (e.g. ammonium chloride, diammonium phosphate) Viscosity adjuster (e.g. guar gum) Additional ingredients (e.g. cosmetic dyes, chelating agents)

* pH adjusters as needed 10 < pH < 11 measured with 1% of powder in water.

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies.

If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If splashed on the skin or mucosa, the undiluted product can cause skin irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract. If inhaled, it can cause modest irritation of respiratory system.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Skin contact: wash skin immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation persists, contact a physician. Massive inhalation in the event of aerosol: move the person to fresh air. If the discomfort persists, seek help from a poison centre or a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES If a fire breaks out, use water spray, chemical powder, carbon dioxide.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may worsen over time.

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Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames or heat sources or electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and not higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction systems or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Powder / Cream From white / blue Typical smell 9.5 11.5 mixed with oxidizing agents

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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SHAMPOO
PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod.1201-1202-1225 Cod.1205-1206-1227 Cod.1209-1210-1229 Cod.1213-1214-1231 Cod.1217-1218-1233 Cod.1090-1091 Cod.1235-1237 Cod.1301-1300

SHAMPOO HYDRA - PURIFY SHAMPOO VOLUME PURIFY SHAMPOO ENERGY PURIFY SHAMPOO COLORE PURIFY SHAMPOO SMOOTH PURIFY SHAMPOO SWEETN GLOW PINK UP REALE SHAMPOO PURIFY COLOR NOURISHING SHAMPOO - MARAES

Product Description
Clear or opaque surfactant solutions available in various viscosity levels and in some cases coloured, for hair hygiene. Specific ingredients may be used depending on product segmentation , for example in order to achieve an antidandruff, degreasing or conditioning effect. NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com 18

COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on

EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


30 20 15 10 5 each one up to 5 each one up to 5 1 0.5 as needed 100

Anionic surfactants (e.g. sodium/ammonium/TEA lauryl sulfates, sodium/ammonium/TEA laureth sulfates) Amphoteric surfactants (e.g. betaine derivatives) Non-ionic surfactants (e.g. fatty alkanolamides) Rheological modifiers (e.g. PEG, propylene glycol) Cationic surfactants ! C12 (e.g. stearamidopropyl dimethylamine, distearyldimonium chloride) Hair conditioning agents (e.g. silicone derivatives, cysteine derivatives, cellulose derivatives, fatty acid esters) Additional ingredients (e.g. UV filters, pearlising agents, opacifiers) Preservatives, antimicrobial agents Chelating agents (e.g. disodium EDTA) Aqua

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies.

If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract. If inhaled, it can cause modest irritation of airways.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact of undiluted product with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Accidental contact of undiluted product with skin: wash skin immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation persists, contact a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Non-flammable product. If a fire breaks out, use water spray, chemical powder, carbon dioxide. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may turn into more serious forms over time.

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Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames or heat sources or electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and not higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Viscosity: Liquid - viscous From colorless to blue Depending on fragrance 4.00 6.00 1000 8000 mPa*s

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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CREAMS - CONDITIONERS
PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod.1203-1204-1226 Cod.1207-1208-1228 Cod.1211-1212-1230 Cod.1215-1216-1232 Cod.1219-1220-1234 Cod.1221-1222 Cod.1224 Cod.1089-1092 Cod.1236-1238 Cod.1303-1302

HYDRA CONDITIONER PURIFY VOLUME CONDITIONER PURIFY ENERGY CONDITIONER PURIFY COLORE CONDITIONER PURIFY SMOOTH CONDITIONER PURIFY SCRUB CREAM PURIFY HYDRA MASK PURIFY SWEETN GLOW CONDITIONER PINK UP REALE CONDITIONER PURIFY COLOR NOURISHING CONDITIONER - MARAES

Product Description
Products consist of a variety of greases, waxes, liquid oils, and hydrocarbons, with the addition of active ingredients and scented oils in order to protect and preserve hair and scalp proper conditions. NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy

Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Le composizioni indicate corrispondono a formule tiporappresentative della categoria di prodotti, sulla base del sistema Frame Formulation EAPCCT/COLIPA (ed. gennaio 2000). Queste formule tipo precisano le tipologie di ingredienti e le loro concentrazioni massime permettendo la rapida identificazione dei prodotti. La lista completa degli ingredienti riportata sulla confezione dei prodotti in conformit alla legge 713/86 e successive modifiche.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


20 15 10 10 10 5 5 5 5 3 1 1 1 as needed 100

Oils, waxes (mineral and vegetable), silicones and fatty alcohols (e.g. petrolatum, triticum vulgare, amodimethicone, cetearyl alcohol) Ethanol ( e.g. alcohol, alcohol denat.) Emulsifying agents ( e.g. ceteareth-30, cetyl alcohol) Amphoteric surfactants ( e.g. betaine and derivatives) Additional ingredients ( e.g. proteins, chelating agents, pearlizing agents) Cationic surfactants ! C12 ( e.g. cetrimonim chloride) Emollients, moisturizing agents ( e.g. glycerin, propylene glycol) Viscosity- controlling agents ( e.g. carbomer,hydroxyethylcellulose) Polymers, resins ( e.g. polyquaternium-10, polyquaternium-11, butyl ester of PVM/MA copolymer) Perfume UV filters Preservatives, antimicrobial agents Cosmetic dyes Aqua

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES If a fire breaks out, use water spray, chemical powder, carbon dioxide.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may turn into more serious forms over time.

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Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames or heat sources or electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and not higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Viscosity: Creamy From white to light pink with brown granules Depending on fragrance 4.00 6.00 4000 - 40000 mPa*s

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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29

HAIR CONDITIONERS AND SERUMS (SILICONE BASES)


PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod.1087 Cod.1112 Cod.1309

CRISTAL CARE PINK-UP CRISTALLI STYLE PERFETTO COLOR NOURISHING OLIUM - MARAES

Product Description Clear or opaque silicone solutions, enriched with active principles or polymers, designed to help keep hair in good condition. Specific ingredients may be used depending on product segmentation , for example for conditioning or restructuring purposes. NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


99 10 6 5

Silicones and volatile silicones (e.g. cyclomethicone) Additional ingredients (e.g. UV filters, polymers) Emulsifying agents (e.g. ethoxylated fatty alcohols) Ethanol (e.g. alcohol, alcohol denat.)

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact of undiluted product with eyes : remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Required fire extinguishers: dry or CO2 fire extinguishers for small fires, water spray or foam for large fires. Special protection equipment: use gloves, safety glasses, gas mask, etc.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may turn into more serious forms over time.

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Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames or heat sources or electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and not higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Liquid Colorless Depending on fragrance 7.00 8.00

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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HYDROALCOHOLIC SOLUTIONS
PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod.1223 Cod.1240 / 1239 Cod.1306

RESTRUCTURE PURIFY REALE LOTION PURIFY COLOR NOURISHING DOPPIO ELIXIR - MARAES

Product Description
Clear or opaque hydroalcoholic solutions, which in some are coloured, enriched with active principles and polymers, designed to help keep hair and scalp in good condition. Specific ingredients may be used depending on product segmentation , for example in order to achieve an antidandruff, degreasing or conditioning effect. NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


60 20 20 3 2 2 2 1 0.5 as needed 100

Ethanol and/or Isopropanol (alcohol, alcohol denat., isopropyl alcohol) Hair conditioning agents (e.g. protein hydrolysates, cellulose derivatives) Ether PPG Parfum Resins, polymers (e.g. polyvinyl acetate, PVP) Additional ingredients (e.g. vitamins, plant extracts, chelating agents, UV filters) Preservatives, antimicrobial agents Hair dyes, cosmetic dyes Camphor Aqua

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. The product may be flammable. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract. If inhaled, it can cause modest irritation of airways.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact of undiluted product with eyes : remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Accidental contact of undiluted product with skin: wash skin immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation persists, contact a physician. Massive inhalation: move the person to fresh air. If the indisposition continues, seek help from a poison centre or a doctor.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Inflammability: easily flammable. Required fire extinguishers: dry or CO2 fire extinguishers for small fires and water spray or foam for large fires. Special protection equipment: use gloves, safety glasses, gas mask, etc.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may turn into more serious forms over time. 38

Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames or heat sources or electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated,possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9,Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour,gas,and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Liquid Colour: From colourless to blue Odour: Depending on fragrance pH: 3.00 9.00

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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41

HAIR SPRAYS - LACQUERS no gas


PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod. 1102 Cod. 1114 Cod.1081 Cod. 1111 Cod. 1095 Cod. 1100 Cod. 1244 Cod.1304

SCULTURA WORKING SPRAY STYLE PERFETTO LEGGERA WORKING SPRAY STYLE PERFETTO HAIR FIX PINK UP STILE STYLING LOTIONS STYLE PERFETTO STRAIGHT UP PINK UP GREAT SHOT PINK UP RECHARGE PURIFY COLOR NOURISHING SHIELD - MARAES

Product Description Hydroalcoholic solutions containing thinners, film-forming polymers and pressurized propellants and/or in bottles with dispenser.
NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy

Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


95 25 8.5

Ethanol and/or Isopropanol (alcohol, alcohol denat., isopropyl alcohol) Thinners (e.g. acetone, volatile silicones) Resins, polymers (e.g. PVP/VA copolymer, VA/cotronates copolymer, butyl ester of PVM/MA copolymer) Neutralizers (e.g. aminomethyl propanol) alkoxylated glucose derivatives Additional ingredients (e.g. UV filters, vitamins) Plasticizers (e.g. lanolin derivatives, silicone oils) Parfum Preservatives, antimicrobial agents Aqua

2 2 1 1 as needed 100

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. The product may be flammable. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If inhaled, it can cause modest irritation of airways. Pressurized product: explosion hazard in the event of fire. Easily flammable. Extremely flammable.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Skin contact: wash skin immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation persists, contact a physician. Massive inhalation in the event of aerosol: move the person to fresh air. If the indisposition continues, seek help from a poison centre or a doctor.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Inflammability: extremely or easily flammable; possible explosion hazard in the event of fire. Required fire extinguishers: dry or CO2 fire extinguishers for small fires and water spray or foam for large fires. Use water to cool down containers. Special protection equipment: use gloves, safety glasses, gas mask, etc. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Remove any open flames from the areas in question; block any leakage, ventilate the area if the operation is safe. Clean up the spilled product with a rag and wash with plenty of water. In the event of massive spilling, alert the Fire department. Personal protection: use gloves, safety glasses, gas mask, etc.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Pressurized container. Protect against sun rays and do not keep it at a temperature higher than 50C. - Do not pierce or burn after use. - Do not spray on flames or on burning object. - Use and keep away from any ignition source and electrical appliances. - Do not smoke. - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. - Dispose of empty cylinders only in waste container.

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Storage - Keep containers in a safe and vertical position, trying to avoid falls and/or shocks. - Keep in dry and well ventilated rooms, where temperature must not be lower than 5C and not higher than 50C. Keep in non-smoker rooms without open flames, fire hazards, or electrical appliances. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Liquid From colourless to yellow Depending on fragrance 4.00 - 9.00

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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47

HAIR SPRAYS - LACQUERS - AEROSOLS with gas


PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod. 1103 Cod. 039G2-039G6 Cod. 039G3 Cod. 1093

BRILLANTE GLOSSING SPRAY STYLE PERFETTO FORTISSIMO FINISHING SPRAY STYLE PERFETTO FORTE FINISHING SPRAY STYLE PERFETTO HOLD ON PINK UP

Product Description Hydroalcoholic solutions containing thinners, film-forming polymers and pressurized propellants in aerosolvalve cans.
NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


95 90 25 8.5

Ethanol and/or Isopropanol (alcohol, alcohol denat., isopropyl alcohol) Propellants (e.g. dimethyl ether, hydrocarbons, hydrofluorocarbons) Thinners (e.g. acetone, volatile silicones) Resins, polymers (e.g. PVP/VA copolymer, VA/cotronates copolymer, butyl ester of PVM/MA copolymer) Neutralizers (e.g. aminomethyl propanol) alkoxylated glucose derivatives Additional ingredients (e.g. UV filters, vitamins) Plasticizers (e.g. lanolin derivatives, silicone oils) Parfum Preservatives, antimicrobial agents Aqua

2 2 1 1 as needed 100

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. The product may be flammable. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If inhaled, it can cause modest irritation of airways. Pressurized product: explosion hazard in the event of fire. Easily flammable. Extremely flammable.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Skin contact: wash skin immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation persists, contact a physician. Massive inhalation in the event of aerosol: move the person to fresh air. If the indisposition continues, seek help from a poison centre or a doctor.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Inflammabilit y : ex tremely or easily flammable; possible explosion hazard in the event of fire. Required fire extinguishers: dry or CO2 fire extinguishers for small fires and water spray or foam for large fires. Use water to cool down containers. Special protection equipment: use gloves, safety glasses, gas mask, etc. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Remove any open flames from the areas in question; block any leakage, ventilate the area if the operation is safe. Clean up the spilled product with a rag and wash with plenty of water. In the event of massive spilling, alert the Fire department. Personal protection: use gloves, safety glasses, gas mask, etc.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Pressurized container. Protect against sun rays and do not keep it at a temperature higher than 50C. - Do not pierce or burn after use. - Do not spray on flames or on burning object. - Use and keep away from any ignition source and electrical appliances. - Do not smoke. - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. - Dispose of empty cylinders only in waste container.

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Storage - Keep containers in a safe and vertical position, trying to avoid falls and/or shocks. - Keep in dry and well ventilated rooms, where temperature must not be lower than 5C and not higher than 50C. Keep in non-smoker rooms without open flames, fire hazards, or electrical appliances. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: Liquid From colorless to yellow Depending on fragrance

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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53

STYLING GELS - HAIR SHINES PRODUCT AND


COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Trade Name

Cod. 1084 Cod. 1086 Cod. 1101 Cod. 1115 Cod. 1094 Cod. 1099

AQUA GEL - PINK UP SPRAY GLOSS PINK-UP FORTISSIMO GEL STYLE PERFETTO SOFFICE OIL NO OIL STYLE PERFETTO STRAIGHT DOWN PINK UP DREAMCURLS PINK UP

Product Description Products consist of a variety of greases and oils, pigments, waxes, and hydrocarbons, with the addition of active ingredients, polymers, and scented oils in order to protect and preserve hair and scalp proper conditions.
NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


50 25 20 10

Ethanol (alcohol, alcohol denat.) Silicone derivatives (e.g. dimethicone) Humectants (e.g. glycerin, propylene glycol) Resins, polymers (e.g. PVP, polyquaternium-11, VA/crotonates copolymer, butyl ester of PVM/MA copolymer) Neutralizers (e.g. aminomethyl propanol, triethanolamine) Surfactants, emulsifying agents (e.g. ethoxylated fatty acids) Isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol) (may be found in resins) Rheological modifiers (e.g. carbomer) Additional ingredients (e.g. UV filters, vitamins) Preservatives, antimicrobial agents, chelating agents Parfum Cosmetic dyes Aqua
HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

5 5 2 2 1.5 1 1 as needed 100

If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES If a fire breaks out, use water spray, chemical powder, carbon dioxide.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children.

Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames or heat sources or electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container.

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PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Viscosity: From liquid to semi-solid From colorless to yellow Depending on fragrance 6.00 - 8.00 1000 - 200.000 mPa*s

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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59

HAIR PASTES AND CREAMS


PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod. 1082 Cod. 1083 Cod. 1104 Cod. 1105 Cod. 1106 Cod. 1107 Cod. 1109 Cod. 1110

FLEX GUM - PINK-UP PASTA MAT - PINK-UP FORMA MATTE PASTE STYLE PERFETTO MODELLA MODELLING GUM STYLE PERFETTO WATER WAX STYLE PERFETTO SCULTURA FINISHING WAX STYLE PERFETTO CREMA STRAIGHTENING LOTION - STYLE PERFETTO PREPARA PRE-CUT LOTION STYLE PERFETTO

Product Description Products consist of a variety of greases and oils, pigments, waxes, and hydrocarbons, with the addition of active ingredients, and scented oils in order to protect and preserve hair and scalp proper conditions.
NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


60 20 20 15 10 5 2 1 1 as needed 100

Oils and waxes (mineral and vegetable) (e.g. petrolatum,glyceryl stearate) Conditioning agents (e.g. proteins and derivatives, cellulose derivatives, cationic copolymers) Silicones ( e.g. dimethicone) Emulsifying agents, surfactants (e.g. ethoxylated fatty acids) Wetting agents ( e.g. glycerin, propylene glycol) Polymers, resins ( e.g. PVP/VA copolymer, acrylates copolymer) Additional ingredients (e.g. UV filters, vitamins) Parfum Preservatives, antimicrobial agents Aqua

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES If a fire breaks out, use water spray, chemical powder, carbon dioxide.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may turn into more serious forms over time.

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Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames or heat sources or electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: pH: Viscosity: From creamy to solid From white to yellow Depending on fragrance 4.00 - 9.00 1.000 - 6.000 mPa*s

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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MOUSSES
PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod. 1080 Cod. 1008 Cod. 1113

MOU MOUSSE PINK-UP SOFFICE MOUSSE STYLE PERFETTO SCULTURA MOUSSE STYLE PERFETTO

Product Description Hydroalcoholic solutions containing film-forming polymers and pressurized propellants in cans with dispensers.
NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


30 30 10 10 5 5 5 2 2 1 1 0.2 as needed 100
HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Ethanol (alcohol, alcohol denat.) Propellants (e.g. hydrocarbons, dimethyl ether, pressurized gases) Silicone derivatives (e.g. amodimethicone) and mineral oils (e.g. paraffinum liquidum) Film-forming agents, polymers, resins (e.g. polivynil acetate, PVP, poliquaternium-4) and neutralizing agents (e.g. aminomethyl propanol) Polyglycol ethers Cationic surfactants ! C12 (e.g. poliquaternium-27, cetrimonium chloride) Non-ionic surfactants (e.g. oleth-20) Plasticizers (e.g. triacetin, lanolin derivatives) Preservatives, antimicrobial agents Additional ingredients (e.g. UV filters, vitamins) Cosmetic dyes Parfum Aqua

If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. The product may be flammable. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract. Pressurized product: explosion hazard in the event of fire. Easily flammable.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Massive inhalation in the event of aerosol: move the person to fresh air. If the discomfort persists, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Inflammability: extremely or easily flammable; possible explosion hazard in the event of fire. Required fire extinguishers: dry or CO2 fire extinguishers for small fires and water spray or foam for large fires. Use water to cool down containers. Special protection equipment: use gloves, safety glasses, gas mask, etc. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Remove any open flames from the areas in question; block any leakage, ventilate the area if the operation is safe. Clean up the spilled product with a rag and wash with plenty of water. In the event of massive spilling, alert the Fire department. Personal protection: use gloves, safety glasses, gas mask, etc.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Pressurized container. Protect against sun rays and do not keep it at a temperature higher than 50C. - Do not pierce or burn after use. - Do not spray on flames or on burning object. - Use and keep away from any ignition source and electrical appliances. - Do not smoke. - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. - Dispose of empty cylinders only in waste container.

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Storage - Keep containers in a safe and vertical position, trying to avoid falls and/or shocks. - Keep in dry and well ventilated rooms, where temperature must not be lower than 5C and not higher than 50C. Keep in non-smoker rooms without open flames, fire hazards, or electrical appliances. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Odour: Liquid White Depending on fragrance

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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71

HAIR-DYE OXIDIZING EMULSIONS


PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Trade Name

Cod. D007C Cod. D008C Cod. D009C Cod. D010C Cod.DM10VOL Cod.DM20VOL Cod.DM30VOL Cod.DM40VOL

DEV PLUS VOLUMI 10 DEV PLUS VOLUMI 20 DEV PLUS VOLUMI 30 DEV PLUS VOLUMI 40 DEVELOPER 10 VOL - MARAES DEVELOPER 20 VOL - MARAES DEVELOPER 30 VOL - MARAES DEVELOPER 40 VOL - MARAES

Product Description Peroxide solution in a creamy, properly stabilized media. Products are made of various fats and acids, oxidants and stabilizers. Oxidation pigments or pigment precursors are contained in a phase, whereas oxidizing agents in the other. PHASE I and PHASE II merge when they are used.
NOTE: Description and functionality of active principles were derived from the scientific documentation sent to us by manufacturers.

Company Kaaral S.r.l. Zona Industriale - C.da Piane SantAngelo 66050 San Salvo (CH) - Italy
Please call our freephone number for more information

Tel +39 0873 343127 Fax +39 0873 548151 www.kaaral.com 72

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COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

The compositions provided are frame formulations representing the product category, based on EAPCCT/COLIPA Cosmetic Frame Formulations (ed. January 2000). These frame formulations specify the types of ingredients and their maximum concentrations enabling rapid identification of products. The full list of ingredients is shown on the product package pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended.

INGREDIENTS

MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (%weight/weight)


12 10 5 0.5 0.5 as needed pH 2 3 as needed 100
NOTE: pH value of both mixed phases upon usage: 8-11.5

Hydrogen peroxyde Surfactants, emulsifying agents (e.g. ethoxylated fatty alcohols) Wetting agents Chelating agents Peroxide stabilizers (e.g. sodium stannate, phenacetine) pH adjusters (e.g. phosphoric acid) Aqua

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION If it is used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, the product is safe for people and for the environment. In the event of misuse or accident the following information applies. If splashed into the eyes, the undiluted product can cause eye irritation. If splashed on the skin or mucosa, the undiluted product can cause skin irritation. If ingested, it can cause moderate irritation of gastro-intestinal tract. If inhaled, it can cause modest irritation of respiratory system.

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FIRST-AID MEASURES What to do in the event of: Accidental contact with eyes: remove any contact lenses, rinse immediately with plenty of tepid water; if the irritation persists, contact a physician. Accidental ingestion of large quantities: do not induce vomiting. Where appropriate, seek help from a poison centre or a physician. Skin contact: wash skin immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation persists, contact a physician. Massive inhalation in the event of aerosol: move the person to fresh air. If the discomfort persists, seek help from a poison centre or a physician.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES If a fire breaks out, use water spray, chemical powder, carbon dioxide.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Clean up the spilled products with sand, sawdust or rags, channel into appropriate disposal containers in accordance with applicable regulations. Wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Never return the spilled material to the original container. Never reuse spilled product.

HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling - Carefully follow the instructions on the package or on the leaflet / slip / tag attached. - Avoid any use other than that expected in the instructions. - Avoid mixtures with other products or similar products other than those specified in the relevant instructions. - Never return the spilled material to the original containers in order to reuse the product. - Keep away from children. Continuous exposure to cleaning agents (soap, shampoo, liquid detergents) for professional purposes may cause depletion of hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum, which form a natural barrier for the skin. Depletion of this barrier may result in skin injuries, thus leaving the skin more exposed to external agents. Under this circumstance, if other products normally used in the professional activity are handled without taking adequate precautions (e.g. gloves or specific PPE), then intolerance may arise, which may turn into more serious forms over time.

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Storage Store in dry and well ventilated places (room temperature). Do not store nor use the product near open flames or heat sources or electrical appliances, or direct sunlight. Make sure product storage temperature is not lower than 5C and higher than 40C. After using the product, properly close container. PERSONAL PROTECTION/ EXPOSURE CONTROL Where the employer identifies hazards that cannot be avoided with other means, he / she is obliged to provide workers with adequate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) (article 43 of Legislative Decree - D.Lgs.626/94). PPE must comply with the regulations defined in D.Lgs 475/92 (article 42 D.Lgs 626/94). Use of PPE provided by the employer is compulsory (articles 5 and 44 of D.Lgs 626/94). More specifically: - during all application, manipulation, and final rinse stages, use disposable plastic gloves; - use accurately cleaned tools; - avoid nickel-plated tools; - do not wear costume jewellery. The work place must be adequately ventilated, possibly with mechanical fresh-air recirculation (article 9, Presidential Decree D.P.R. 303/56, as amended by article 33 of D.Lgs. 626/94). Areas that are subject to vapour, gas, and dust emissions or to substance spilling must be separated and equipped with local suction or collection systems (articles 20 and 21, D.P.R. 303/56).

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Colour: Fluid cream From colorless to yellow

Odour: pH:

Typical smell 2.00 - 4.00

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Product remains stable at room temperature.

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Disposal of cosmetic products is governed by the applicable regulations, that is D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi), as amended. For disposal purposes, non-hazardous waste from handicraft activities (for hairdressers' or beauty salons, used empty bottles and containers) may be treated as urban waste if the relevant municipal administration has enforced the provisions specified in article 21 of D.Lgs. 22/97 (Decreto Ronchi) which lists the powers of municipal administrations. Under the Legislative Decree of 11 May, 1999, no. 152, as lastly amended by the Legislative Decree of 18 September, 2000, no. 218, concerning water protection, hairdressing businesses are qualified as civil settlements and their wastewater may poured down the drain as is, provided they comply with the regulations issued by the local authorities (e.g. Municipal Administrations and Consortia) managing public sewage.

REGULATORY INFORMATION Finished cosmetics are manufactured and marketed pursuant to Law 713/86, as amended. Finished cosmetics are explicitly excluded from the scope of national and EC legislation concerning dangerous preparations. The need for workers to be included in a health assessment programme (pre-employment and regular medical examinations) must be evaluated by the competent occupational Physician based on the specific knowledge of the risk situation (articles 16 and 17 D.Lgs. 626/94). Workers are required to undergo health assessment as prescribed by the competent occupational Physician (article 5, D.Lgs 626/94).

OTHER INFORMATION This information refers to the current state of our knowledge. Any information provided on the data sheet, relating to composition and chemical-physical properties, is provided exclusively for proper handling and use of the product and for any emergency actions. It does not contain full product composition (displayed on the package) nor does it constitute a sales specification.

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