Recent Examples of keratin from the Web
The formaldehyde issue first gained traction late last decade when treatments called keratin hair straighteners, generally used in salons, surged in popularity.
Their findings demonstrate that previous claims showing the preservation of keratin protein in dinosaur fossils are likely to be false.
Each is composed of keratin—the same material that makes up your fingernails—and is covered in bristles.
Bram van den Broek and colleagues at the Netherlands Cancer Institute took first place for their photo of a skin cell displaying an excessive amount of keratin (pictured here).
It’s made of keratin—the same protein our fingernails and hair are made of.
And with chicly wrapped options on the rise like Ouai’s Thin pack, which harnesses amino acids to promote healthy keratin production, this daily dose is as portable as a pack of gum.
Virtue’s Smooth conditioner is a little heavy on the silicone, but the formula has human keratin, which is super reparative.
These formulas penetrate at the root of your lash line and stimulate the keratin (the protein that are lashes are made of) to lengthen, thicken, and fortify them.
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Origin and Etymology of keratin
First Known Use: circa 1849See Words from the same year
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