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This protein substance is formed by converting silk obtained from the cocoon of the silkworm.
What Is It?
It is a natural ingredient known for its water-attracting & conditioning properties in skin care & hair care products.
What Does Research Say About This Ingredient?
It has a molecular structure similar to that of collagen. It has topical antioxidant properties.
Benefits of Silk Protein on Hair/Skin after Topical Application
It helps improve the softness of dry and damaged hair, making it feel silky, soft and nourished. It helps increase skin’s elasticity and tightens & smoothens the skin.