The Top 3 Hydrolyzed Proteins That Will Take Your Hair From Drab To Fab

Lately I have seen posts in a couple of forums concerning the hydrolyzed proteins that are starting to pop up in many conditioners.

Now, I don't know about you guys, but in the beginning when I really started to get into healthy hair care information, I was very confused about hydrolyzed proteins and which was best for my hair type.

Since then I have done quite a bit of research on it because I really wanted to nail down how using hydrolyzed protein could possibly improve my hair's health. This post will list 3 hydrolyzed proteins that can transform your hair from drab to fab.


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About Danni


Hi All! I am Danni and I am a staff writer here at BHI. I am a Graphic Design major and a long time resident of Washington DC. I have been on a healthy hair journey for 3 1/2 years. Within those years , I have went through a relaxed hair journey, a natural hair journey in which I big chopped twice(2nd big chop occurred in November 2013) texturized and now I have big chopped a THIRD TIME! I am 100% natural and here to stay. I am super excited to share information that I learn along the way to those who are just as into healthy hair care as I am and wish everyone best wishes on their healthy hair journey!

About Danni


Hi All! I am Danni and I am a staff writer here at BHI. I am a Graphic Design major and a long time resident of Washington DC. I have been on a healthy hair journey for 3 1/2 years. Within those years , I have went through a relaxed hair journey, a natural hair journey in which I big chopped twice(2nd big chop occurred in November 2013) texturized and now I have big chopped a THIRD TIME! I am 100% natural and here to stay. I am super excited to share information that I learn along the way to those who are just as into healthy hair care as I am and wish everyone best wishes on their healthy hair journey!

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narmi1
narmi1

Great article!!

narmi1
narmi1

Great article!!

Tani Johnson

Hydrolyzed keratin is essentially damaging go hair because of its molecular change…if using keratin it is best to use oxidized keratin….alternate methods of strengthening hair are using a combination of almond , soy, and amla oils…also an excellent protein treatment consists of 2 tbsp mayonnaise, 1 whole avocado, 1 tbsp of coconut oil and 1 tbsp olive oil…blenderize and apply…..a fabulous essential tree oil is the moringa oleifera tree…out of africa..its essential oil….powder…teas yield more nutrients than several eggs bananas etc…..it yields a very high level of sulfer…one of the essential building blocks for synthesis of keratin and collagen in our own bodies…..this essential oil in combo with others and an excellent carrier oil such as almond and or apricot oil would be far better than using an adulterated substance which has lower efficacy and long term end result of more damage…….research this wonderful tree…..and its riches…Lavonne Camper.

Carla
Carla

Question – is hydrolyzed wheat protein more similar to hydrolyzed keratin protein (in comparison to the collagen and silk proteins)?

Carla
Carla

Question – is hydrolyzed wheat protein more similar to hydrolyzed keratin protein (in comparison to the collagen and silk proteins)?

Sherry
Sherry

What does protein over load look like. I have relaxed 4C hair. I used a protein treatment (Henna, Placenta & Vitamin E intense protein treatment) that made my hair luscious! So I used it again maybe a week or 2 later and it seems to be shedding and breaking really bad. What can I do?