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Protein Treatments Your Curls Need Today

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Protein Treatments Your Curls Need Today


Are you feeling as though your curls would benefit from an extra infusion of protein for strength? Curls often need a little help retaining their structure to prevent breakage. This is where protein treatments can be helpful. These are the protein treatments your curls need today.

Protein Treatments Your Curls Need Today

Your curl's needs:

Before getting started, you need to take some time to assess your curl's needs. It's important to be truthful with yourself about what you do to your curls in order to know how they need to be taken care of. As a result, think about what it is your individual curls need to be their healthiest and act accordingly. Doing a porosity test can help you determine what it is your curls are lacking, and if protein treatments are needed. Additionally, be cautious about overusing protein in your hair as this can lead to fatigue, which contributes to dryness and breakage.


While we spend a lot of time worried about topical treatments of protein, the best way to start is from the inside out. If your diet is deficient in protein and other vitamins or minerals, you might notice weak or breaking hair. Protein is important for cellular development and the creation of new curls, starting from the inside out. So examine your diet, and see if there are more opportunities for adding protein back in.

Daily use:

Consider incorporating protein treatments into your curl care. The amino acids in the protein treatments will combine with your curls to fill in any gaps, which creates a smooth structure. When purchasing products, seek out those that contain hydrolyzed proteins, as these will penetrate curls with the most ease. Ingredients to look out for include wheat, collagen, soy, amino acids, silk, or keratin.

Do you have any suggestions you'd make to other curly girls about using protein? If so, let us know!

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