Keratin Amino Acids


Keratin Amino Acids

Keratin Amino Acids is a vegetable alternative to animal keratin. It increases hair strength, enhances elasticity, helps protect hair from harsh salon processes, making the hair more healthy and shiny, and improves the comb-ability of hair.

Keratin is a protein composed of 18 amino acids. It is one of the primary structural components of hair, nails, and the epidermis. Keratin keeps hair healthy and lessens damage. It is an alternative to animal-based keratin. It contains vegetable derived amino acids, carefully blended to mimic the functional ratios in human hair amino acids. The Botonino system contains all these essentials you want.

These ingredients are designed and developed to reinforce and strengthen your hair fibers.

Benefits of Keratin Amino Acids:

  • Increase hair strength
  • Enhance elasticity
  • Protects hair from harsh salon processes
  • Makes hair look more shiny & healthy
  • Improves combability of hair (wet and dry combing)
  • Reduces static and frizz, making hair easier to style
  • Vegan, non-GMO, natural, and sustainable
  • No Parabens
  • Less odor than animal-derived keratin

What does keratin amino acids do for your hair?

Keratin is the protein that makes up 95% of hair and is made up of 18 types of amino acids. The benefit of keratin amino acids in hair care is that it adds strength to the strands and allows the hair to hold on to moisture.

Which amino acids make up hair?

There are 18 amino acids can be found in the hair, to name a few, proline, threonine, leucine and arginine. Keratin is particularly rich in cysteine , which forms disulfide bonds between molecules, adding rigidity and resistance to the entire structure.

Are keratin amino acids good for curly hair?

Yes they are indeed, being rich in cysteine. In the case of hair, these cysteine amino acids can bond. Curly hair has more disulfide bonds than straight hair. BM professionals premium range contains all these ingredients.

Do amino acids help hair grow?

Undoubtable yes, there is nothing more basic than the actual building block that make up your hair structure. A sufficient amount of amino acid will undoubtedly boost hair growth, thus suggesting how vital it is to facilitate hair growth.

What amino acids are best for hair growth?

Firstly cysteine, which provides sulfur to hair cells, thereby improving tensile strength, and hair texture. Arginine, which supports blood circulation around the hair follicle. Lysine, known a restorative amino acid that supports collagen production. Methionine, which aids in making pre-collagen, which then becomes collagen.

What are the 18 amino acids found in hair?

To name a few with the most abundant being: Cysteine, cystine, serine, glutamic acid, glycine, threonine, arginine, valine, leucine and isoleucine.

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