Directions for Wella Wellite Lightener

Updated April 17, 2017

Wella Wellite Lightener is a fast-acting product that is excellent for hair highlights, full-head lightening, regrowth applications, colour removal and colour correction. Consisting of mineral oil, it stays moist during processing, allowing for maximum lightening.

Mix 28.4gr. of Wella Wellite Lightener with 28.4gr. of the supplied Wella Developer in a nonmetallic bowl for off-the-scalp application. For on-the-scalp application, use only 20-Volume Creme Developer by mixing 28.4gr. of Wella Wellite Lightener with 56.7gr. of Wella Creme Developer. Use a wide-tooth comb to

Check for desired lightness often and do not process for more than 50 minutes. When lightening is complete, rinse thoroughly with warm water. Remove as much of the colour as possible.

Shampoo with Color CharmĀ® Rehydrating Shampoo. Apply Wella Regenal Instant pH Normalizing Lotion to hair, which completely stops on contact the oxidising process from peroxide and any chemical action.

Rinse hair thoroughly and apply toner, if desired.


Always perform a strand test before complete application to make sure you're not allergic to the product or experience a negative reaction.


Wella Wellite Lightener is now discontinued. Do not use in a metal mixing bowl. Do not use on eyelashes, eyebrows, facial hair or hair on other parts of the body. Do not use on hair in poor condition or if the scalp shows abrasions, scratches or any other abnormal condition.

Things You'll Need

  • Colour Charm® Rehydrating Shampoo
  • Wella Regenal Instant pH Normalizing Lotion
  • Wide-tooth comb
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