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Scientific or other name for Keratin in hair products?
Author: AnonymousGuest
Post Mon Nov 19, 2001 5:01 pm
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Scientific or other name for Keratin in hair products?

I just wanted to find out if there is another name or a scientific name for Keratin as I can't believe that none of the "great" hair products I use do not contain this ingredient. Please help and let me know as soon as possible!

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Author: adminSite Admin
Post Mon Dec 03, 2001 4:06 am
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Keratin is protein. So you might see it listed as "hydrolysed protein". Hydrolysed protein could indicate some other form of protein, not just keratin though.
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