Yes, certain hair varieties and concerns can benefit from keratin hair treatments.
Keratin is a naturally occurring protein in hair, and these treatments seek to replenish and fortify the hair's protein structure, leaving it silkier, more manageable, and less frizzy.
Keratin treatments can significantly reduce frizz and make hair more manageable, particularly for those with curly or wavy hair.
By filling in spaces in the hair shaft, the treatment can create a smooth and glossy appearance, resulting in a sleeker appearance.
By coating the hair cuticle, keratin treatments may provide some protection against heat styling-induced damage.
The effects of keratin treatments are temporary and typically last from a few weeks to a few months, depending on the product and maintenance.
Some keratin treatments contain formaldehyde. To avoid potential health risks, it is essential to choose a product with a minimal formaldehyde content
Keratin treatments are most effective on damaged, curly, or porous hair. It may not be as effective on naturally straight hair.
Keratin treatments must be applied by a professional hairstylist for optimal results and to reduce the risk of injury.
Proper maintenance, such as the use of sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners, is necessary to prolong the treatment's effects and preserve healthy hair.