Did you know your hair needs proteins just as much as you do! Protein treatments are essential for your hair as they promote hair growth and strengthen the strands. Because protein contains amino acids, they work as conditioning treatments that leave your locks looking healthy and luscious.

You’ll be surprised to know that protein treatments are effective solutions for dry, weak and brittle hair. That’s not all! Proteins help treat split ends too, which is a major hair concern amongst most women today. Here’s everything you need to know about the different types of protein treatments for your hair...

Nourishing protein packs
 

Nourishing protein packs

Nourishing protein packs are just what you need to treat mild damage and maintain the health of your hair. Pamper your mane with a protein pack once every 2 months and you’ll see the magic it does in moisturising your hair.

Conditioning masks

The heat, styling tools and chemical treatments take a serious toll on your hair. Precisely why, you need to incorporate conditioning hair masks in your daily hair care regimen as it can make a huge difference in improving the health of your strands. Conditioning masks are apt to treat dryness as well as faded hair colour.

Deep penetrating treatments

If your hair is damaged, then turn to deep penetrating treatments to bring it back to life. Such treatments are known for their intense moisturisation properties and can be used once every two weeks.

Reconstructors

Reconstructors are your answer to severely damaged hair. These are nothing but conditioners that are infused with high concentrations of protein. Reconstructors can be used every two weeks to give your damaged hair a new lease of life.

Protein-rich hair packs
 

Protein-rich hair packs

From softening your mane to making it thicker and longer, here are some natural protein treatments that you can try at home...

Egg mask
 

Egg mask

Eggs are rich in protein as well as enzymes which make an egg mask one of the best protein treatments for heat-damaged hair. All you need to do is beat an entire egg until it is frothy and apply the mask evenly on your hair and scalp. Cover your hair with a shower cap or a warm towel and let the mixture sit for about 20 minutes. Apply this mask twice a month for effective results.

Avocado
 

Avocado

Rich in fatty acids and protein, avocado helps strengthen, repair and nourish your locks. To prepare this protein mask, mash a few avocados and mix it with mayonnaise. Apply the mask all over your hair and scalp and let the mixture rest for about 20 minutes before rinsing with a mild shampoo and lukewarm water.

Coconut milk
 

Coconut milk

Packed with saturated fatty acids and vitamins, coconut milk helps nourish damaged hair. It is also one of the best ingredients that helps treat dandruff. Massage warm coconut milk into your scalp and apply it all over your hair. Let the milk work its magic overnight and rinse your hair next morning.