Why Is Soy Protein Used In The Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner

Soy Protein - The Most Underrated Of Them All? 

 

Soy sources have long been studied for their effects on hair growth - tofu, soy milk, tempeh, and the list of meat substitutes goes on. But what about soy protein? Does it stand up to the soy hype, or is it nothing more than a fad? Let’s take a look. 

 

What you need to know to take your hair health to another level 

 

Low in scent and extremely light in colour, soy protein is extracted from the soybean plant. It’s safe for use on the body, skin and hair, unlike many other cosmetic ingredients sold in commercial products today. Mascara, hair dye and moisturisers can all contain soy protein - and of course, shampoos and conditioners. Mila Rose Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner are specially formulated with soy protein for maximum hair health. Protein is the building block of the hair, which makes it only natural that for strong, long and healthy hair, protein is a must.  

Our hair is constantly losing protein, whether it’s from relaxing, flat ironing, washing or even just everyday wear-and-tear of our strands. To avoid severe breakage, thinning and split ends, we must constantly add protein back into our strands along with moisture. A great place to do this is at the foundation of a good haircare routine: during the washing process.  

The shampoo and conditioner that you use provide the basis for the rest of your routine. If your shampoo is harsh and stripping with barely any nutrients included on its ingredient list, it puts your hair at risk. You might have noticed that regardless of what you do, your hair just doesn’t look right, or something just feels … off. This is a good sign to switch up your shampoo and conditioner, and see what difference it makes. 

Thankfully, the Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner are the perfect choice. Specially formulated with soy protein, this duo works together to pack quite a punch. The soy protein absorbs easily into the hair strand, mending gaps and weak spots in the shaft. Weak areas like these are what cause hair to split and break, so by using this shampoo and conditioner, Mila Rose ensures that breakage is never an issue again. 

Soy protein is also great for smoothening hair cuticles, which lays the shaft of the hair strand flat. When the cuticles are closed flat, less moisture escapes the hair, and your hair won’t dry out as much! What’s more, soy protein attracts moisture to the hair strand, drawing water into it to keep the strand lubricated, hydrated and operating at an optimal rate. 

For bleached, relaxed or heat-damaged hair that seems to be beyond repair, this shampoo and conditioner combo is the perfect pair to properly treat the level of protein loss that comes with the territory. To get limp, lifeless hair back to beautiful, wash and condition regularly with the soy protein shampoo and conditioner. Having bleached hair doesn’t mean that you have to settle for damage, and despite what many say, heat use can certainly leave you unscathed once you hair’s protein levels are solid enough! 

If your hair is damaged or you’re simply looking for a product that delivers the boost of protein that your hair needs, Mila Rose Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner should be on your list. With not only protein but tons of other nutrients packed into one bottle, you’ll be wondering why you hadn’t tried it earlier!