Keratin is a protein, and hair is mostly made of keratin. A keratin treatment will nourish the hair and balance its structure, as well as protect the hair from sunlight and pollution.

Mistreated hair quickly loses its shine, and you may find it becoming porous. That's why experts invented the keratin treatment. Keratin restores the protein content in the hair and provides it with much-needed nutrients. It also regenerates damaged hair, leaving it silky and shiny. Our keratin treatment is developed with a Keratin-Protein-Collagen-Argan Oil-Natural Botanicals Complex.

This composition makes the hair smooth, reduces volume, rebuilds dry, damaged, and worn-out hair, leaving your hair smooth, healthy, and shiny!

Why has it been criticized?

Previous versions of keratin treatments did not have the best ingredients and received some criticism for this. However, today's keratin treatments are completely safe to use after a thorough review of each ingredient and approval from the Food Safety Authority.

Who can use it?

Everyone! Although it is most useful for wavy, curly, colored, or damaged hair, absolutely everyone can benefit from a keratin treatment.

How long does it take? A treatment is done in 1-2 hours, but the entire process, including waiting (before rinsing), takes 48-72 hours.

How do you do it?

It can be a good idea to talk to a hairdresser about keratin treatment and your hair if you are completely unfamiliar with keratin treatment and how to perform a treatment yourself, but you can also do it at home. We always provide a well-explained brochure, and we guarantee that you will be satisfied with the result.

When should you use keratin treatment?

You can use a keratin treatment at any time, but most often it will be most necessary to have a treatment after you have cut or dyed your hair. We recommend waiting 3-4 weeks to dye your hair after a keratin treatment. If you do not achieve a 100% desired effect, the treatment can be repeated without any problems after a few days. Some choose to have one treatment, while others choose to have 2-3 treatments spread over 3-6 weeks. One bottle normally covers 2 treatments for normal-length/normal-thin Nordic hair.