Silk Peptide Powder?
Does anyone use this? I am curious about how it's used and the benefits you've experienced personally related to hair care.
Here's a bit of info:
Silk Peptides are a highly purified grade of natural silk power, processed in such a way as to retain the original physical structure and chemical composition of silk. This is a 100% natural silk protein, in a fine powder form for ease of use. It also has the unusual quality of holding and releasing moisture depending on the temperature and humidity of the surroundings. This product is easy to use, as it bonds well with essential oils, fragrant oils, colors and base materials used in skin and hair care. It is also stable over a wide range of pH levels again confirming the suitability of Silk Peptide for personal treatment products.
Silk Peptide Power nourshing
Silk peptide power is fabulous for dry hair. I would use it in rose floral water as an after wash hydrant spray andfinish with Leonor Greyl Eclat Naturel styling cream for dry hair. My curls areshiny and bouncy. Although taking care of dry hair is both internal and externalI also take Royal Jelly for it amino acids and silica along with having aproper diet. Although, I am a vegetarian I make sure to have two boiled eggseveryday with greek yogart. I now have long strong nail and nourished hair.
In addition, I use the silk peptide powderin my body and face creams for added moisture. I purchased Royal Jelly withpropolis and bee pollen which I mix with bees wax and coconut oil and floralwater. Mind you a little bit goes a long ways. My ritual when washing my facewould be first cleanse with honey, second sprits with floral water and silkpeptide and my royal jelly cream. Done.
I no longer buy the high-end beautyproduces as I can produce a custom higher quality product myself.
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