BLEACH CLEAN-UP

Oxyphen catalase enzyme promotes effective peroxide removal even under the most stringent processing conditions. Traditional methods of removing residual peroxide after bleaching involve multiple water rinses or chemicals such as sodium bisulfite. Oxyphen breaks down the compound into its natural components, namely, water and oxygen. These robust enzymes provide reliable and complete peroxide removal ensuring a more consistent dyeing result.

OXYPHEN

Concentrated or ready to use liquid formulation to quickly remove the peroxide in the first rinse after bleaching, saving subsequent water rinse steps, energy, and time. Oxyphen has excellent stability in the presence of high peroxide concentrations.

Oxyphen has superior stability compared to other peroxide degrading enzymes due to its high activity over a wide pH and temperature range.