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Keratene Treatment

Keratin is a protein that is naturally found in your hair. Keratin hair-straightening treatments are fast becoming popular at salons.

Keratin hair-straightening process generally takes about 90 minutes or longer, based on the length of your hair. The results are likely to last from 2 to 2 1/2 months. Keratin treatment is a in fact a blessing for girls with curly and wavy hair. Keratin treatment helps to keep the hair straight without frizz or fly-aways for a prolonged period of time.

What are Keratin Treatments?

In this procedure, the hair is first shampooed using a clarifier. Then the hair is blow dried in order to remove all the moisture. The solution is applied throughout the hair. Following this, the hair is covered with a plastic cap, and is allowed to set for about 20 minutes.

After some time, the hair is blow dried again and then flat ironed. The hair has to be kept straight for at least 72 hours. Hair accessories must not be used during this period and do not get your hair wet while in the shower.


  • The treatment could be performed on any type of hair; chemically straightened, color-treated, curly or wavy hair.
  • The treatment is appropriate for men.
  • The treatment can last for around six months.
  • Prevent frizz, fly-aways and provides a silky, shiny texture to the hair.
  • The treatment is suitable for men & women who desire straight hair.


One of the biggest hazards of using keratin treatments is that it puts one's health in danger. Formaldehyde, used in Keratin treatments, is often associated with a high cancer risk. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has classified formaldehyde as a potential human carcinogen. Hence, Canada has banned the Keratin treatment due to severe health concerns.