Fashion Treatments Keratin

Posted in News on September 24th, 2016

First a dose of reality. We must be clear that the hair, Yes, is dead. Hair is a fiber of keratin consisting of a root and a base that forms in a follicle of the epidermis. It can be said that what is alive is follicle which is where the hair is generated. The quality of hair depends on the raw materials that nourish the body, i.e., food. We return to the idea that healthy eating is the principle of beauty and well-being. Then, you can not nurture or restructure something dead.

Think about it, cannot nourish or humidify a stone, a plastic or glass. But if you can put layers to improve its appearance. Because this is what they do treatments, put layers on the hair. Keratin treatments it has lately become fashionable. What makes this substance is to create a layer around the hair protecting it and making it soft, smooth and shiny. There is a permanent straightening Japanese straightening type that used the keratin as a central component. In the rest of the world is known as brazilian keratin straightening.

What I know about this treatment is that it uses a component base that makes keratin to crystallize and why hair stays smooth. Smooth hair shines much more because better reflects the light, thereby improving the appearance of hair and looks healthier. Keratin can also be used in masks and serum. There is a product that I quite like and is easy to get and use. Liquid keratin of Stylus. The product comes in spray, its price is around 3 euros. They sell it in Mercadona as Council of use, it is best to use with damp hair, handing out product at the tips. Not greasy hair and can be used before the dryer and the iron. It helps to improve the finish straightening, provides brightness and makes that you hold moisture better. Do you use this product? What has been the result? Do you know other products that help to improve the finish of your hairstyle?

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