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Interested in Keratin Treatments?

September 1, 2018

 

If you have been paying attention to the methods celebrity’s use to get their hair looking sleek and full, you have almost certainly herd of a keratin treatment. But what are they, and why are the effective? Here are a few of the basic things you should know if you are considering getting a keratin treatment done.

  1. What is Keratin? Keratin is the name for a type of protein which is produced naturally in the bodies of humans and many other animals. Proteins are essentially little pieces of matter which our bodies can synthesize which have drastically different properties based on their internal chemistry. Keratin will naturally clump together, and is used by our body to form things like fingernails, hair, and thick protective layers of skin. When it comes to your hair, keratin will create bonds which give your hair its natural look and texture. Therefore, keratin treatments can change the way your hair will naturally sit for a time.

  2. How does a Keratin Treatment work? Keratin treatment will use one of a variety of methods to start to break up some of the “kinking” that hair can experience. If your hair is not particularly straight, these strands can form a type of frizz which many people do not enjoy. So, the hair is subjected to a treatment which will help it to loosen and relax, with keratin being used to strengthen the new straighter look. This will have several steps which are somewhat flexible, so talk to your stylist to find out the exact products used and what they do.

  3. What should you know? Talk with an experienced stylist to find out if a keratin treatment is right for you. Realistically speaking, keratin treatments will not work effectively on all different hair types, so make sure that you will benefit. Additionally, you should usually have keratin treatments performed at most 3 or 4 times a year, although you should again work with a competent and experienced stylist who knows your hair well to fully develop a hair care routine for your specific needs. Having the ability to develop a uniquely designed program for your own completely unique hair needs is one of the best parts of employing hair care professionals, and when they are already doing work for you, you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to benefit from their wisdom and experience.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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