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INCI: Hydrolyzed wheat protein (when of plant origin) or hydrolysed keratin (when of animal origin)
Vegetables & plant sources: wheat (Typology's preferred source), soybeans, corn
Animals: horns, hooves, feathers, wool
Application areas :
Natural fibrous protein
There are two types of Keratin :
‣ Hard Keratin: very sulphurous and rigid, it forms our hair and nails.
‣ Soft keratin : less sulphurous and therefore more supple, this type is found in the skin. These are large molecules (i.e. they remain on the surface of the skin, nails, and hair in order to protect them, but they don't replace natural keratin).
ELASTIC: softens, thanks to its springy form.
FILMOGEN: forms a film on the nails and hair and protects it.
Cosmetic indications :
Rough, unsmooth hair
Did you know?
Keratin is waterproof and is the main component of:
‣ Nails, hair and hair in humans
‣ Feathers, claws, scales, beaks, horns, hooves, fur and wool in animals
In humans, keratin is synthesized by keratinocytes (a type of cell found in the skin).