What is milk protein?
We’re always looking for ways to take guests way into their world of beauty. Right? We are going to tell them what the great cut and the treatment has brought out for them. “Wow,” anyone?
Guests know hair is protein. Let them know what nutrients are in the professional products we recommend. They’re a receptive audience. They’ll be all ears.
Milk protein is incredibly nutrient rich. The amino acid content of milk contains anti-irritant and protective properties unmatched by any other protein.
z.one concept based milk_shake on whipping up the manageability and body of the hair. We love the greater hydration and elasticity. Just like all the other proteins, milk carries restructuring and healing properties which are delicately balanced. These are the building blocks in making the best use of hair care products.
Just when does hair need protein?
There is a simple test to find out if there is a lack of protein. Wet the hair, grab about an inch of between the fingers. Do the stretch test.
How hair reacts to stretching shows whether the hair needs moisture or protein. You hair needs moisture if there is no stretch at all and breaks easily, or feels extremely rough and brittle.
Protein is needed when the hair stretches a long way before reaching the breaking point, doesn’t break at all, or is limp and feels gummy.
When hair stretches just a little and returns to normal length without breaking, the party is on. The protein and moisture is in a near perfect state of balance.
How can milk benefit hair?
For hair without body, moisture, resilience, shine, length, or gloss, protein might just be what the doctor ordered. There are two main types of protein in milk: casein and whey. Both can make a difference.
A diet low in protein can cause hair to thin or fall into a dormant stage and stop growing. Who needs that? Don’t let guests forget healthy hair is a direct result of good overall health.
A nutritious diet which includes milk can result in thick, shiny hair. Proteins and lipids in milk work to strengthen hair. Calcium promotes hair growth and helps prevent hair loss.
Milk contains other hair-friendly nutrients like Vitamins A, B6, biotin and potassium. Each of these keeps hair soft and shiny.
Protein is considered one of the building blocks. You know: hair is protein. A lack of protein would normally cause thinning or disrupt normal growth.
Another element of hair is keratin. To produce keratin, the body requires sufficient levels of calcium. Present in milk, calcium stimulates the production of keratin and the hair growth process.