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WHEAT PROTEINS HAIR

Your hair is your natural jewelry! This needs to be preserved and maintained. Proteins play an important role, especially wheat protein. Find out what you can achieve with effective hair care in this blog!

WHEN DOES YOUR HAIR LACK PROTEINS?

You can recognize the protein deficiency if your hair is no longer easy to comb, sticks out like straw or hangs limply. They seem overused and lacking in energy, as if they don't belong to you. If the hair structure is already damaged, it needs to be repaired with proteins. They are a natural part of every hair and are renewed through the use of hair care products.

WHY IS WHEAT PROTEIN GOOD FOR HAIR?

If you look at the surface of a single hair under the microscope, you will see fine flakes of keratin on the outside. These are protein compounds, i.e. proteins, of which hair largely consists. In healthy hair, the keratin scales normally form a closed, protective cuticle layer. However, washing water that is too hot, blow-drying, dyeing or UV rays can cause the keratin layer to become rough and brittle and can even cause breaks and split ends. The existing keratin can no longer protect the hair surface. Now help is needed quickly: Wheat protein protects the hair by depositing itself in the outer keratin scales and smoothing the hair structure again. This will give your hair its elasticity and shine back!

WHAT ACTUALLY IS WHEAT PROTEIN?

This protein is produced/hydrolyzed from wheat protein using hydrolysis. Wheat protein has similar properties to elastin, but is liquid and sticks together the broken areas of the cuticle better. Since proteins are components of the hair, wheat protein strengthens the resistance of the hair and prevents damage. Hydrolyzed means that the individual proteins are present as molecules (particles). The large molecules bind to the protruding porous cuticle layer, while the small protein particles are easily absorbed into the hair and make it elastic again. Wheat protein is primarily used in hair care, with its protective and restorative effects.

HOW DO YOU SUPPLY YOUR HAIR WITH PROTEINS?

If you eat a balanced diet, your protein needs will be met. But you can specifically supply your hair with proteins. Be it to maintain its beauty or to repair defects that have arisen. It's worth taking a look at the following protein hair care products and their active ingredients, categorized by hair type:

The Renaissance series shampoo for stressed hair contains keratin for shine and suppleness, hydrolized keratin and wheat protein regenerate and strengthen the hair.

From the Color Cocktail series, the conditioner for colored hair offers active ingredients such as Hydrolized Keratin for strong hair and olive extracts as moisturizing essential oils.

For salons, 81 shades of permanent hair colors with rice protein, keratin and argan oil are offered. They meet professional requirements and impress with their longevity and color brilliance.