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Keratin is the type of protein that makes up your hair, skin, and nails. Keratin can also be found in your internal organs and glands. Keratin is a protective protein, less prone to scratching or tearing than other types of cells your body produces.

Keratin can be derived from the feathers, horns, and wool of different animals and used as an ingredient in hair cosmetics. Since keratin is the structural building block of your hair, some people believe that keratin supplements, products, and treatments can help strengthen your hair and make it look healthier.

what is keratin?

If you’re someone who struggles with frizzy hair or breakage-prone hair, you probably have come across keratin treatments on your quest for a good hair day. But what is keratin, exactly, and what does it have to do with good hair?

Keratin is a protein that already exists naturally in your hair (and nails, for that matter). Keratin forms a protective shield around the hair shaft and helps your hair stay elastic and youthful

Benefits and results

People who use keratin on their hair report that their hair is smoother and easier to manage as a result. The effects vary greatly depending on whether your hair is healthy to begin with, what the natural thickness of your hair is, and what kind of keratin treatment you use. Keratin works by smoothing down the cells that overlap to form your hair strands. The layers of cells, called the hair cuticle, theoretically absorb the keratin, resulting in hair that looks full and glossy. Keratin also claims to make curly hair less frizzy, easier to style and straighter in appearance.


Keratin treatments do have benefits. By applying keratin to your hair cuticle and sealing it in with heat, your hair takes on a glossier appearance.

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