Keratin Treatment

Keratin Treatment Mississauga

Have you heard of Keratin treatment, also known as Brazilian Keratin? It's a great way to get your hair straightened, while providing it with the protein it needs. This treatment gives your naturally curly or wavy hair a beautiful, shiny, and straight appearance, which is absolutely fantastic! Unlike rebonding, keratin treatment doesn't alter the chemical structure of your hair, but it makes it more manageable and glossy. 


If you have frizzy, dry, or damaged hair, you'll be happy to know that Keratin treatment can make your hair incredibly soft and smooth, and the results last for 4 to 6 months. However, some people are concerned about the presence of formaldehyde in Keratin products, which is considered a carcinogenic chemical. The good news is at Hairmasters Hair Salon we use formaldehyde-free Keratin treatments that are safer for your hair. So, if you're looking for a safe treatment, you have come to the right place!


But, before you jump in, it's important to note that not all hair types are the same, and this treatment may not be the best fit for everyone. For instance, if you have thin hair or plan on getting highlights, you may want to consider hair botox.

Keratin Treatment Before and After

Keratin Treatment Before and After

Keratin Treatment Cost

  • Above Shoulder $250

  • Shoulder Length $300

  • Below Shoulder $350

  • Bra Line Length $400

  • Waist Length $450+

What are the Benefits of Keratin Treatment?

Benefits of getting a professional keratin treatment include:

  • It makes your hair smooth, straight, and shiny, making it much more manageable and reducing frizz. It can also help repair damaged hair, making it stronger and less prone to breakage. Additionally, Keratin treatment can reduce split ends by temporarily sealing the hair strands back together, giving your hair a healthier look.


  • Long-lasting results. One of the biggest advantages of Keratin treatment is its long-lasting results. If you take proper care of your hair by using sulfate and paraben-free shampoos and conditioners and washing it no more than 2-3 times a week, the results can last for several months.


  • Reduced drying time. Keratin treatment can also cut down on drying time by almost half or more, making your hair easier and faster to style. However, it's important to note that Keratin treatment may not be suitable for all hair types, especially if you have thin hair or intend to get highlights.

If you're looking for a way to achieve smoother, shinier, and more manageable hair, Keratin treatment can definitely be worth considering.

Questions Our Customers Ask About Keratin Treatment:

  • How long do keratin treatments last?


Your keratin treatment can last up to 6 months as long as you take care of it by not washing your hair too frequently (2 to 3 times per week is sufficient).


  • How many times can I do keratin treatment?


Depending on the texture of the hair, at-home care, and frequency of shampooing, keratin is the company's strongest and longest-lasting treatment and may be applied every 4-5 months. The speed of upkeep increases with coarser, curlier hair.


  • What are the Do and Don't do after keratin treatment?


Use the recommended shampoo

Following a keratin treatment, many hairstylists may suggest a particular kind of shampoo or conditioner.


Put conditioner on

Just before taking a shower, condition dry hair. Every time you take a shower, keratin is released, just as your hair loses its natural oils when exposed to too much water.


Place a Shower Filter in Place

Consider adding a shower filter to further guarantee that chlorine and other hazardous elements hiding in your shower water don't deprive your hair of its natural oils.


Avoid tying or twisting your hair

You must leave your hair untied, unbraided, or untwisted for at least 48 hours for the keratin to function properly.


Avoid receiving further hair treatments.

Try to refrain from any other chemical-based procedures for at least a month following your keratin treatment, such as hair coloring.


Limit your hair washing.

Your hair will lose the keratin treatment more quickly if you wash it regularly. You could feel your scalp becoming a little bit greasy than usual during the first few weeks of a keratin treatment. Try to wash your hair no more than twice or three times a week; however, if this becomes a problem, talk to your hairstylist.


  • How long after keratin can I wash my hair?

Before washing your hair after a treatment, you should ideally wait 3–4 days. This enables the keratin to fully set and connect with your hair. It's preferable to wait at least 12 hours before washing your hair unless you have to.

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