Overworking hair with products, heat styling tools and chemicals can totally damage your hair, leaving it dry, fragile and frizzy. How can you restore damaged hair I hear you ask? With keratin.
What is Keratin?
Basically, it’s a form of protein. Protein exists in skin, nails and hair, and the natural keratin protein in hair is responsible for keeping your hair healthy and strong. Heathy hair needs an even balance of moisture and keratin protein. Chemicals, heat styling tools, your hormones and even your diet can cause keratin protein levels to fall. So, when the natural keratin protein in your hair diminishes it needs keratin to restore the balance.
Where do you get keratin from?
A good source of natural keratin comes from the food you eat. Foods such as leafy greens, berries and fruit, as well as poultry, eggs, nuts, fish (Omega-3) and low-fat dairy. Eating a diet rich in keratin will improve hair, nail and skin quality.
Another source of keratin can be found in keratin-based hair products. Shampoos, conditioners, treatments and even styling products all formulated to build up the protein in your hair for healthier, stronger hair. Get a regular dose of keratin with a keratin hair care system to treat overworked hair.
What’s a keratin hair care system?
A keratin hair care system is designed to treat over-processed, fragile, dry and frizzy hair at home, with a keratin shampoo, conditioner and leave-in spray that provide a regular boost of keratin protein.
Introducing Biolage Advanced KeratinDose
Biolage harness nature to nourish hair, only using botanical ingredients that are gentle on hair. The Biolage Advanced KeratinDose hair care system comprises of KeratinDose Shampoo, KeratinDose Conditioner and KeratinDose Renewal Spray, a leave-in hair treatment that provides instant shine and manageability. When used together, hair is 90% more conditioned after only one application.
Chemical-free the KeratinDose combination revives damaged hair and transforms, it so it’s satin-smooth and manageable, while controlling frizz and damage.