Keratin Amino Acid



What are Keratin Amino Acids? Keratin Amino Acids are the Amino Acids extracted from the Keratin itself (amino acids make up a protein). They are then purified to make them stronger. However, the molecule size of the keratin amino acids allows it to penetrate the hair shaft to help repair damage (whereas hydrolyzed keratin does not penetrate the hair).

Keratin Amino Acid is a powerful moisturizer that can penetrate the hair enhancing its conditioning effects. Since it has a composition similar to hair and is small enough to penetrate the hair shaft where it becomes highly substantive. It is ideal for hair that has suffered cuticle damage due to the hair’s increased porosity. It can help give the hair more sheen and increased volume.

Keratin Amino Acids is used in shampoo, conditioner, treatment (hair), leave-in, styling, bodywash, body lotion, treatment (body), cleanser, toner, facial moisturizer, treatment (face), makeup foundation, mascara, lipstick, color cosmetics.

Keratin Amino Acid is a clear amber liquid with a faint odor. It is derived from sheep's wool. Preserved with Butylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin

INCI: Keratin Amino Acids
Solubility: Water
Suggested Usage Rate: .5-2%

Keratin Amino Acid