What are Ceramides?

Ceramides are lipids (oils) that naturally occur in the hair strand. Ceramides acts like the glue that helps the cuticle layer lay flat and remain intact. Think of your cuticle layers as shingles on a roof. Ceramides are the bond that keeps the shingles firmly in place. A healthy strand of hair needs a tightly packed cuticle layer to maintain its strength, elasticity and shine. Without it, your hair becomes vulnerable to all kinds of unwanted damage.

Although Ceramides occur naturally in healthy hair strands, we impact normal levels when we undergo chemical process, use excessive heat or by the simple act of combing daily. I’ve been inundated by the rave reviews of a particular deep conditioner and after watching YouTube videos of ladies who have tried the brand and had salon results at home. I finally gave in and decided to stock up on these conditioners. It’s no other than the Kanechom Brand of conditioners. I got everything that was available and shipment will arrive next week. Can’t wait to try them out.





3 thoughts on “What are Ceramides?

    • Jan says:

      Hi Esit,

      You were the driving force behind my decision to buy this brand. Though I’ve always had a thing for Dominican products but the reviews for the Kanechom brand is out of this world and I just had to get my hands on everything. So glad we will be trying it out..can’t wait.

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