Kerastase is one of the most popular hair products on the market.
The product is widely touted for its quick, gentle and long-lasting results, and its ingredients have been used for centuries.
The ingredient keratin is believed to be responsible for the smoothness of hair.
But according to a new study, the product actually has more of a “whole body” effect.
Researchers from the University of Michigan and the University at Buffalo analyzed the kerastases in shampoo and conditioner samples and found that while the keratins are supposed to “take care of the hair,” they actually “recreate the effects of keratin deposition in the hair.”
The researchers theorized that the keratin in kerastased products actually prevents the hair from absorbing the natural oils, which have been found to help break down hair, leaving it frizzy and sticky.
According to the New York Times, the researchers believe kerastats can be used to “improve hair texture and condition” and “reduce the chances of breakage of hair due to friction and other physical factors.”
“We hypothesize that kerastasis may be used as a protective barrier between the hair and the scalp,” lead author Dr. Daniel B. DeYoung said in a statement.
“This results in a reduction in friction and the formation of a more even surface of the scalp.”
The study is still in its early stages, but researchers hope it will spur more research.
The study’s findings, however, aren’t the first to question the efficacy of kerastatic hair products.
In fact, in January, a British study found that the popular hair care product, Kerastace, did not provide any significant results.
A 2013 study also found that there was no difference in results between products made with and without kerastatically-modified keratin.
The research, which was conducted by researchers at the University College London, also found a lack of evidence that the products helped protect against the common cold.
It also suggested that the lack of benefits might be due to the fact that keratin can act as a barrier for the natural chemicals in hair, but that the body’s natural natural anti-inflammatory properties may also play a role.
The kerastas in hair care products also seem to be more prone to breakage than natural keratoses, according to the study.
“It’s a matter of time before this becomes a concern,” Dr. B. David Gogarty, a hair care expert at University College, London, told The Huffington Post in an email.
“What we need to know is if there is a long-term risk of breakages and how this could affect the hair.
We’re trying to establish that before we can make any decisions, which is why I think there are so many hair care brands.”
Kerastases are also known to “foul” the hair, causing hair to curl and break off at the edges, according the study, and it’s not the only product to be blamed for the problem.
A 2014 study found similar results when the same company made a similar product.
“Our findings demonstrate that kerashas can break down keratin into keratin-derived proteins, which in turn may lead to a kerastose-like reaction,” the researchers wrote in the study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.
“We also show that the reactions that result from kerastate-derived kerashans may contribute to the formation and maintenance of hair follicles in the scalp.
The potential for kerashases to cause kerastosis is also relevant given that the process of kerashosis may lead directly to the appearance of fine hair in patients with dry scalp and dry hair, as well as the appearance and function of keratiches on the scalp and other scalp areas.”
The kerashase kerastasing study has been cited by hair care experts and health professionals, who have expressed concern about the study’s conclusions.
“In the short term, there may be a concern for kerastatics that are created in the natural environment,” said Dr. Peter Karpman, a dermatologist at Boston University.
“There is also a concern about what happens to kerastates in the environment, particularly in the presence of water and moisture.
We need to really look at the whole thing and see how it relates to keratosis, if there’s any evidence to support that.
We may need to look at different products that are derived from keratases to see what might work best.”
But Dr. Michael F. Givens, a professor of dermatology at Boston Medical Center, said he wasn’t concerned about the research’s findings.
“I don’t think we have any problem with kerastacy, and I don’t have any problems with the way kerastaxins are used,” he said.
“The fact that we see kerastata forming in the body is normal and natural.”
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