Thin hair that’s fine and straight may not benefit from keratin treatments. You may want your hair to have more volume if you have thin or thinning hair. In this case, there may be more effective treatments than keratin.
Which hair treatment is best for thin hair?
6 Treatments for Hair Thinning That May Actually Work
- Minoxidil (Rogaine). This medication is a foam or a liquid that you put on your scalp. …
- Finasteride (Propecia). This prescription medication is a pill you take by mouth. …
- Microneedling. …
- Hair transplant. …
- Low-level laser therapy. …
- Platelet-rich plasma.
Which Keratin treatment is best for thin hair?
For those who would prefer an at-home solution geared towards thin or thinning hair, wash with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo and Conditioner. This duo is great for controlling frizz without weighing down hair.
Does Keratin make your hair thicker?
Yes. When you add additional keratin proteins to those already found naturally in your hair, then bind them in using heat, it can thicken the individual hair follicle, giving you thicker, richer, and more luscious hair.
Can thin hair become thick again?
Whilst thinning hair caused by Male Pattern Baldness will not ‘get thicker’ again of its own accord, where Telogen Effluvium is the only issue, normal hair growth can resume without intervention so the hair should return to its previous density within approximately six months.
What happens when keratin treatment wears off?
By the time your keratin treatment has started to wear off, your hair would have grown anywhere from 1/3 to 2 inches and, since keratin treatments can be reapplied once per month, it’s simple to keep your texture consistent from root to tip.