The Perfect Solution for Damaged Hair: Pure Keratin Pro-Fusion Therapy

Our hair can become damaged for various reasons — with the most common reason being the use of hot styling tools and hair dye. Various products on the market promise to fix your damaged hair, but heavily damaged hair requires deep hair therapy from the roots to the tips. If you’re looking to restore your hair’s health, our Pro-Fusion Therapy will give your hair the nutrients it needs to look and feel amazing again. 


How Pro-Fusion Works: 

Our Pro-Fusion Therapy is made primarily from keratin and collagen. Keratin is a naturally occurring protein found in our hair, skin, and nails. Healthline says that keratin works by smoothing down the cells that overlap to form your hair strands. The layers of cells, or the hair cuticle, absorb the keratin. It’s the cells’ absorption of keratin that leaves your hair feeling healthy and hydrated again. 


Collagen is another naturally occurring protein found in the body that restores your hair’s strength and elasticity. It does this by proving amino acids that increase hair growth and fullness. Collagen is also known to naturally help fight the damage your hair follicles have experienced over the years. 


The Benefits: 

Keratin-based treatments offer transformative benefits. A keratin hair treatment will make your hair more manageable, according to Byrdie. Your hair won’t be as prone to frizziness and will not tangle as easily as it did before the treatment. 

Say goodbye to spending extended periods of time blow drying your hair —Women’s Health Magazine says that keratin hair treatments can reduce your blow-dry time by up to 60 percent. 

Not only will you have an easier time taking care of your hair after using our Pro-Fusion Therapy, but you will see a noticeable difference as your hair will become silky and luscious. Using our Pro-Fusion Therapy won’t just restore the health of your hair — it will restore your confidence, too. 



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