Can you over-do protein treatments on hair, causing even more damage?
Protein treatment at salons have become quite expensive and sometimes refuse to work . Instead of buying the pricey treatment one can make your own at home as they are natural with frequent use one get a long lasting hair. Egg is the best source of protein for hair. Take one egg or two depending on the length and thickness of your hair. Beat until frothy and apply it to your hair and scalp. Make sure all your hair is properly covered with egg. Cover with a shower cap and leave it on for 20 minutes and rinse with cold water
I am looking for some cool natural treatment for hair loss. What do you think about it? I would like to get any input on the matter from you here. What about something like Finasteride hair loss treatment for example? Let me know please if you have any thoughts or maybe experience you would like to share, thanks!
Yes it can. It happened to my hair once. I was using this protein-laced product every day for a few days and my hair started becoming dryer and brittle and some pieces of hair started breaking off. I stopped using a lot of protein for a while and my hair went back to normal a few weeks later. They key is to use the correct amount of protein for your hair. There are different types of protein and the conditioner and leave-ins that you use every day might contain protein. There are light proteins and heavy proteins. I use products with light protein everyday because my hair can handle that, but i do a hard protein treatment every 1 to 1 1/2 weeks to keep my hair strong and my curls bouncy. Contrary, too much moisture can also make your hair soggy and break, so you need a good balance of protein and moisture for your hair.