Nanoplasty is also safe for pregnant women and kids from 7 years old, because it doesn’t contain harsh chemicals or formaldehyde. The desired effects of Nanoplasty can last up to 5-6 months or until your hair grows out. The lack of formaldehyde in this treatment is great for people who can't use formaldehyde, such as pregnant women and kids from 7 years old and up. Nanoplasty absolves you from the intense smell and burning that comes along with it.
This treatment restores and nourishes your hair, leaving you with a healthy, silky appearance. The chemical composition is made up of amino acids and collagen. The products for Nanoplasty are saturated to the maximum of beneficial substances and supplemented with harmless chemical elements that facilitate penetration into the hair and interact at the cellular level. The formula for this procedure is rich in amino acids, which under the action of temperature, penetrate the cortical layer of the hair. Therefore, the structure of the hair becomes strong and the nutrients are integrated in the hair, strengthening and healing it from the inside.
How is Nanoplasty Different from Keratin?
The sole difference between Keratin and Nanoplasty is the chemical makeup of each treatment. While our keratin treatment does not contain formaldehyde, it does contain harsher chemicals than Nanoplasty, which is made up of amino acids and collagen.
While both keratin and Nanoplasty treatments will smooth and straighten your hair, the ideal candidate for Keratin treatment is someone with thick hair. Nanoplasty is a better treatment for those with thin or fine hair, assuming that it is not damaged.