Keratin Protein Hair Mask - Hair Food

The Nature's Store

Regular price Rs.1,970

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Description

Professional Hair Care Mask for All Types of Hair!

Experience the epitome of hair care luxury with our rejuvenating hair mask, meticulously crafted with the enriching goodness of Aloe Vera, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, and a powerhouse of Keratin Protein and vitamins. Revel in the transformative magic as this expert formula deeply hydrates, strengthens, and nourishes, unveiling hair that's not just beautiful but radiantly healthy, from roots to tips.  

 

Weight150 G
ScentCoconut
TextureThick 
Shelf Life12 Months after opening
Manufacturing This is a locally-manufactured Pakistani product with internationally sourced ingredients.

Ingredients

Aloe Vera Juice (Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice), Glycerin, Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii Butter), Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera), Clove Oil (Eugenia Caryophyllus Bud), Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, Emulgen B2, Carbomer, Xanthan Gum, Cetrimonium Chloride, Wheat Protein, Keratin Protein, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B3, Lactic Acid, Vitamin E Oil, Lanolin, Germal Plus.

 

Let's Understand what our Hair Mask Contains

 

INGREDIENTSEXPLAINATION
Aloe Vera JuiceWe have carefully grown Aloe veras by following Organic farming method to provide the maximum benefit to your hair. 
GlycerinGlycerin is a humectant, meaning it attracts and retains moisture.
Oils & ButterShea butter, Coconut Oil, Clove Oil work together as a super moisturizer.
Emulsifiers & MoisturizersCetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol, and Cetreimonium Chloride helps to keep the moisture intact.
Xanthan GumThickener
Vitamins & ProteinsVitamin 5, B3, E, Keratin Protein, and Lactic Acid are food for hair
Germall PlusThis is a broad spectrum natural preservative which is considered natural. This is used in wide-variety of green skin care and hair care products.

Benefits

1Hydration and Moisture: Aloe Vera Juice, Glycerin, and Shea Butter are known for their hydrating properties, helping to moisturize and nourish the hair, preventing dryness and brittleness.
2Hair Softening: Coconut Oil and Shea Butter can work together to soften and smooth the hair cuticle, making it more manageable and reducing frizz.
3Scalp Nourishment: Clove Oil, Coconut Oil, and Vitamin E Oil have potential benefits for the scalp, providing nourishment and promoting a healthy environment for hair growth.
4Detangling: Cetrimonium Chloride is a conditioning agent that helps with detangling, making it easier to comb through wet hair and reducing breakage.
5Protein Repair: Wheat Protein and Keratin Protein are known for their strengthening properties, helping to repair damaged hair and improve overall hair structure.
6Vitamin Enrichment: Vitamin B5, Vitamin B3, and Vitamin E Oil contribute to the overall health of the hair by providing essential vitamins that support hair growth and strength.
7pH Balance: Lactic Acid helps maintain the pH balance of the hair, promoting a healthy environment and preventing issues such as excessive dryness or oiliness.
8Emollient Properties: Lanolin acts as an emollient, helping to soften and smooth the hair, enhancing its texture and shine.
9Antioxidant Protection: Vitamin E Oil and Germal Plus have antioxidant properties, which may help protect the hair from environmental damage and oxidative stress.

How to Use

Step 1: After Shampooing, apply a generous amount on your hair and cover it with a cap.

Step 2: Leave it for 5-10 mins and rinse.

Disclaimer

PATCH TEST is advisable before adding a new product to your routine. Apply the product to the neck area and observe for the next 24 hours. Make sure you apply a very small quantity.

 

If there’s no reaction, you can apply the product to your Hair. If the skin is sensitive, continue the test for 7 days. This helps ensure you are not allergic to any ingredient. If irritation occurs, please discontinue the product and consult a dermatologist.

FAQs

Q1: What is a Keratin Protein Hair Mask?

A: A Keratin protein hair mask is a deep conditioning treatment enriched with keratin, a natural protein that strengthens and nourishes hair. It helps repair damage, reduce frizz, and enhance overall hair health.

 

Q2: How often should I use a Keratin hair mask?

A: For optimal results, use a Keratin hair mask once a week. However, individuals with severely damaged hair may benefit from more frequent use, following the product instructions.

 

Q3: Can I use a Keratin hair mask on colored or chemically treated hair?

A: Yes, Keratin hair masks are generally safe for use on colored or chemically treated hair. They can actually help prolong the vibrancy of color and restore moisture to chemically treated strands.

 

Q4: How long should I leave the Keratin hair mask on my hair?

A: Follow the product instructions, but most Keratin masks require leaving the product on for 5-10 minutes. For deep conditioning, some users opt for longer periods, up to 30 minutes.

 

Q5: Will a Keratin hair mask straighten my hair?

A: While Keratin helps reduce frizz and smooth hair, it won't permanently straighten your hair. It provides a smoother texture and helps manageability.

 

Q6: Can I use a Keratin hair mask if I have oily hair?

A: Yes, you can. Choose a lightweight formula and focus on applying the mask to the mid-lengths and ends of your hair to avoid making your roots greasy.

 

Q7: Is it safe to use a Keratin hair mask on fine or thin hair?

A: Absolutely! Keratin hair masks can benefit fine or thin hair by adding strength and volume without weighing it down. Choose a product specifically designed for all hair types.

 

Q8: How long does it take to see results from using a Keratin hair mask?

A: You may notice immediate improvements in texture and shine, but significant results may take a few weeks of consistent use. Patience is key for long-term benefits.

 

Q9: Can I use a Keratin hair mask in conjunction with other hair care products?

A: Yes, you can incorporate a Keratin hair mask into your existing hair care routine. However, avoid using products with conflicting ingredients that might counteract the benefits.