How does Keratin Smoothing Treatment Work

Updated on November 23 , 2016  |  Views: ( 4788 )  |    |   Comments ( 4 )

keratin treatmentWe all wonder why we can’t have smooth, silky, shiny hair like those models in shampoo ads. But here’s how it usually works: One day, a friend of yours walks in with the smoothest, shiniest hair and you get acquainted with the magic wand of the Keratin Smoothing Treatment.

If you’re reading this, it’s safe to assume you’re considering working the magic on yourself, so we’ve taken the liberty to answer every question you may have.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Keratin Smoothing Treatment:

What is it?

what is keratin treatmentOur hair is made up of Keratin, which is a type of protein. The treatment puts protein back into hair that suffers from ageing or is chemical damaged. Hair damage is a result of overly porous hair which leads to tangles, frizz and breakage. Smoothing rebuilds the damaged area by restoring the protein.

How does the Keratin Smoothing Treatment work?

It’s a treatment that takes 90 minutes or longer after you anchor the salon chair. Your stylist will apply keratin formula to your hair and seal it using a very hot flat iron. The heat from the iron and the chemicals work together to activate the straightening effect and the keratin bonds with the hair protein. 

Will it damage your hair?

keratin treatment for damaged hairNo, it is a process that intends to repair your damaged hair. It adds moisture, increasing the quantity of restorative chemicals that are already present in your hair.

Is it a high maintenance treatment?

The maintenance is not too hefty as there are only a few things you need to really take care of. Wash your hair less frequently to make the effect last longer. Also, use a shampoo that is sulphate free and contains no Sodium Chloride. Avoid excessive exposure to the sun and use products that protect hair from UV rays.

is keratin treatment permanentIs it a permanent treatment?

No, it unfortunately is not. It lasts about six weeks and maybe a little longer with proper care.

If this answers all your worries, it’s time to pick the best salon in your city and get the silky smooth hair you’ve been dreaming of!

Comments (4)
Meera
November 27th, 2016
Where can i get the kearatin soomthing treatment done?
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Skin & hair academy
November 29th, 2016
Hi meera, the services are available at all reputed salons near your area. however, we recommend that you consult a dermatologist first, and fully understand the quality of your hair. then, you can discuss the same with a salon professional and proceed with the treatment.
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Surabhi
December 14th, 2016
I have curls,will keratin treatment straighten my hair because i have dry frizzy curly hair,what kind of hair treatment will be better for me n for my curls....please help
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Skin & hair academy
December 27th, 2016
Hi surabhi, indeed, the keratin treatment will work on your hair! the procedure is meant to help you get rid of dry, frizzy hair by boosting it with protein and moisture. however, before going ahead with the procedure, consult with your hair stylist and learn all about how it is likely to affect your quality of hair.
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Pooja dhingra
December 16th, 2016
I have very thin and less volume hair. may i go for it?
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Skin & hair academy
December 27th, 2016
Hi pooja, weak hair often leads to thinning, which means, it needs the necessary protein now more than ever. keratin, the building block of hair, is just what your hair needs to restore its volume. make sure you discuss the procedure with your salon professional, and then proceed with the treatment.
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Kavita gujar
February 9th, 2017
I have verry thin and dammaged hair.they have no grains
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Skin & hair academy
February 10th, 2017
Hi pooja, if you have very thin hair that's easily breakable, we advise that you skin this treatment as it includes intense chemicals and heat procedures. the treatment is mainly for the purpose of straightening unruly, unmanageable hair. please consult your hair care professional by showing them your hair before proceeding with the treatment.
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Anita
January 26th, 2017
I have very thin and very less hair pls adv me.
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Skin & hair academy
February 10th, 2017
Hi anita, the best course is to change your diet by including nutritious food items such as green vegetables, fish and nuts. combine this with regular oiling with almond or coconut oil to give the scalp a good massage, and promote blood circulation for healthy hair growth.
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