The Get Clean Shampoo masks unwanted hair toxins. Toxins are circulated throughout the body via the blood stream and absorbed by the hair through the environment.
Wet hair, and hair treated with styling gel are especially susceptible to environmental contamination (second hand smoke).
When toxins are ingested, the blood feeds the hair while it is in the growth stage. As the hair is formed, the toxins are trapped inside the hair follicle.
During the drug test procedure, a hair sample is typically clipped from the back of the head near the scalp by the examiner. Once sent to a laboratory, the hair is dissolved with organic solvents. Once in a liquid solution, the toxins are freed from within the hair follicle. An extraction is performed on the liquid and drug toxins are removed.
Once the nicotine or drug metabolites are isolated a GC/MS is performed just like with urinalysis testing. The Get Clean shampoo works by coating the hair with an organic film much like a conditioner. When the examiner removes the hair sample, the shampoo bound to the hair goes with it. Once the hair is dissolved, the residue left by the shampoo is free to interact with the nicotine or drug metabolites, which had been trapped in the hair follicle, masking the toxins.
Due to revised testing standards lowering the cut-off to 0.1ng on hair tests, this product is no longer guaranteed by Detox For Less. Not all labs have adopted the new standards yet, and we haven't heard of anyone failing, but there is no way to determine what cut-off a lab will use.
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Yes. If you have long hair, or thicker hair such as African-American hair, you will need more than one bottle.
Yes, it will look like you have styling gel in your hair.
No, and it is legal to put any type of shampoo, conditioner, gel, mouse, or hairspray in your own hair. However current testing standards have reduced the cut-off to 0.1ng, so this product may not be effective and is not guaranteed.
Yes, you can use any hair product with the shampoo.
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