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Nutricity Creme Peroxide is formulated to improve mixing. This superior cream developer makes application smoother with improved product texture.

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Nutricity Creme Peroxide is formulated to improve mixing. This superior cream developer makes application smoother with improved product texture. Suitable for all permanent tints and powder bleaches. Nutricity Creme Peroxide has a creamy consistency and non-drip application.


This is only a general recommendation. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

There are so many different Developers, it can be difficult to buy the right oxidant. Let us explain you how choose right volume developer.

For every hair dyeing service with professional hair colour it is almost always necessary to buy a Developer (oxidant, peroxide, activator).

What Is Developer?

The Developer  is a totally essential element in the hair colouring process. The oxidant creams contains hydrogen peroxide, which opens the hair cuticle. Colour pigments due to this process, can penetrate deep into the hair fibre and colour it. Without the Developer you would never achieve a significant change in the colour of your hair.

The hair colour and the Developer are mixed in a certain ratio to form a tint mixture which is then applied to the hair. Mixing ratio is usually a portion or colour to a portion of Developer. Generally it is 1 to 1, 1 to 1.5 or 1 to 2 (for an extra strong lightening effect).

Benefits of Hair Developer

  • Activation– hair dye is activated after mixing with hair Developer.
  • Consistency– colour that has been mixed with cream Developer is thicker and stay in place without fear of drips. The Developer also helps to uniform coverage.
  • Colour delivery– the Developer deposits colour by lifting the cuticle layers just enough for colour pigment to slip inside.
  • Colour removal– Developer opens the overlaps of the cuticle layer wide enough for natural colour pigment to be removed from the hair.
  • Better colour– the resulting colour shades will have more intensity and it’ll more long-lasting.

If you want to get the best result, it is important to use the right concentration of Developer. This choice will also depend on the type of colour, degree of lightening, type of hair and quality of hair.

How to Choose the Right Volume Developer?

The choosing the correct Developer to use for your desired results is crucial to getting the colour you want. The concentration of Developer is expressed in percentage (%) or units of volume (Vol.). The higher the number is the stronger the Developer is and it therefore lightens hair more.

(1) Developer Choice by Colour Type

  • Temporary colours– semi-/demi-permanent colours are mixed with weaker developers (3 Vol. to 20 Vol.) or even no Developers.
  • Permanent colours– these colours are used with moderate Developers. Usually 20 Vol. to 30 Vol.
  • Lighteners– it is necessary to use stronger Developers to the bleaching powders or creams. Usually 30 vol. to 40 Vol.

(2) Developer Choice by Degree of Lightening/Darkening

Choose concentration of Developer according to how distinct you want to achieve hair lightening. Usually a 3 % of Developer achieves lightening of 1 degree. If you want to keep your level of colour, use the 3% Developer.

No lift Developer and 10 Volume Developer (3% peroxide)

  • Darkening of hair by 1 level.
  • It only works if you are going from a lighter to a darker shade, not the other way round.
  • Adds a shade or tint to hair of the same lightness level.

20 Volume Developer (6% peroxide)

  • Offers lifting by 1-2 levels.
  • The most common force of developer. It is usually used with temporary colour and permanent colour.
  • Also suitable for covering 100% white hair.

30 Volume Developer (9% peroxide)

  • Lightens up to 3 levels.
  • Used for dyeing and also for lightening hair. Suitable for colouring grey hair.
  • The most often it is mixed with permanent colour and bleach powder

40 Volume Developer (12% peroxide)

  • Serves only for lightening. Up to 9 levels of lift.
  • Ideal for a super platinum blonde result.
  • It is used together with a bleach powder
  • There is a risk of hair burns. You should never use a 40 volume Developer at home.

(3) Developer Choice by Hair Type

Type of your hair can also influence the colour result. Different hair types react differently to dyeing*. For example, fine hair is easy to become lighter, colour faster penetrates into the hair fibre. While thicker hair may be more resilient during the dying process. Observe to the following rules:

Fine hair

  • This hair is easy to become brighter or the darker.
  • When colouring your hair to a darker shade, it can be darker than required. Choose a lighter hair dye.
  • You can use the lower volume developer than recommended.

Normal hair

  • This hair has a normal colour reaction.
  • Use the recommended volume of the Developer.

Thick hair

  • This hair is harder to lighten and darken.
  • When colouring your hair to a darker hue, the colour result may be slightly lighter.
  • You can use the higher volume developer than recommended.
  • Also grey and white hair is very resistant.

(4) Developer Choice by Hair Quality

The quality of hair can also affects the colouring process. It’s also very common that we have hair of different quality on our heads (e.g. normal hair with dry and split ends).

Porous hair

  • Porous hair is easily brightened and absorbs the colour very well. But the colour fades quickly.
  • Lightening: It is possible to use a lower volume Developer or a shorter processing time of dyeing.
  • Darkening: You can use a higher volume Developer to ensure better penetration of colour pigments.
  • Tip! Apply the colour on hair ends for the last 5-15 minutes.

Healthy hair

  • The hair has a normal colouring reaction. Colour is absorbed very well.
  • Follow the manufacturer’s instruction on their package or leaflet.


  • We always suggest using a lower volume peroxide and working with time and minimal controlled heat versus using a stronger peroxide level and trying to go faster, which can blow the cuticle. A slow lift is a better lift.
  • The colour formula should not be mixed until you are ready to apply. Apply the tint mixture immediately to ensure better colour penetration. This mixture is active for only 60 minutes.
  • Always mix every professional hair colour only with a recommended Developer which is designed for that colour.
  • The very frequent application leads to a significant damage of the hair shaft. Do not forget to use protective care(e.g. Mashooq Oil, Ceris Reconstructor (Step 2), Olaplex,) during and after dyeing.


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