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What is Keratin?
What is Keratin?
Keratin is a major protein found in mammalian organisms. It is usually found in hairs, wool, horns and nails.
Since the therapy that is done in most salons is known as hair straightening therapy, it is often assumed that keratin is associated with straight hair, and here is the time to say that is not true. During the keratin therapy, a solution is added which injects keratin into the hair. It restores chemically damaged hair. Keratin increases glow and reduces fracture, but does not straighten hair.
What is actually Keratin?
This is a high protein cysteine-amino acid that is responsible for the condition of the hair and nails. Its quantity in our body depends both on the type and the structure of our hair.
This protein protects the hair from damage. It protects against the negative impact of the environment, such as ultraviolet rays, chlorine water, the use of high temperature when waving or straightening with a press / hair dryer and sharp temperature amplitudes. Over time, the hair loses this protein and has to be delivered extra.
What are the first signs that we need it?
Hair needs keratin when it loses its elasticity, volume and glow.
Keratin in hair products is not a medicine to solve the problem of keratin production in our body, but these products applied externally act perfectly on the hair structure. Keratin is a protein in a liquid form identical to that in our hair but is derived from sheep's wool or fiber crops such as corn, wheat, and soy.
The keratin applied to our hair fills the disturbed areas and creates a natural protective layer on the surface of the hair. It is safe and is beneficial not only for damaged but also for healthy hair.
How exactly does this happen?
Keratin protein is associated with moisture in the hair, and thus the process prevents and prevents electrification.
Glycolic acid retains moisture in the hair, creating a balance of acidity and making the hair soft and easy to handle.
Cysteine The amino acid that supports the outer layers of the hair creates an extremely intense glow on the surface and the herbal ingredients provide superior softness and flexibility to each hair separately.
Its effect lasts approximately three months. That's why this procedure is so important and mandatory to apply four times a year, especially to those ladies who often treat their hair.
Maria Georgieva - Artistic Director