It is the latest treatment for organic straightening, that is, it does not contain formalin or any chemical component.
What is enzyme therapy?
The basis of enzyme therapy is tannic acid, a plant-based polyphenol found in the bark of some trees, such as chestnut and oak, in some wines, in unripe fruit, and in the skin of the skin. grape when macerated. This polyphenol is mixed with restructuring enzymes such as cysteine, and with vitamins and minerals, to deeply nourish the hair. This characteristic constitutes the main point in favor of the treatment, since unlike other options, it also allows pregnant women and those who are breastfeeding.
This technique can be used to straighten the hair or to nourish it, providing results that last between four and six months, depending on the care that is maintained at home. Another of its advantages is that it can be repeated as many times as you want, as it does not contain harmful products that damage the hair, and since it does not come into contact with the scalp, it does not cause itching or discomfort.
Tannic acid causes the hair fiber to open and thus allows the enzymes to penetrate, nourishing it from the inside, while giving it thickness and softness. This is the main difference compared to other techniques such as keratin, which only applies a protective film around the hair and can damage it if it is done several times, since it weakens it.