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Nanoplastia vs. Keratin: which is the best hair choice?

keratin vs nanoplastia


Hey there, beautiful people! Let’s talk about two popular hair treatments – Keratin and Nanoplastia. If you’ve ever dreamed of having hair that’s smooth as silk and free from frizz, you’ve probably heard about these options. But what’s the difference, and how do you pick the right one for you? Let’s dive in!


You’ve probably heard of Keratin, right? It’s been the go-to for smooth hair since the ’90s. Think of it like the classic “Brazilian Blowout”. Here’s how it works: they put a special formula in your hair that’s full of keratin, and then they use heat to make it stick. Sounds cool, huh?


  • Great for making curly and wavy hair straight.
  • Your hair will shine and feel super soft.
  • Styling your hair becomes way easier.
  • It can even help fix damaged hair.


  • It sometimes uses a chemical called formaldehyde, which can be a bit risky.
  • It can be pricey and only lasts about 4 to 6 months.


Nanoplastia is the new kid on the block. It uses something called nanotechnology to pack your hair with nutrients. The best part? It skips the harsh chemicals and uses natural stuff instead.


  • Smooths your hair but keeps some of that lovely volume.
  • Yay for natural ingredients!
  • Works for almost all hair types.


  • You might have to chill at the salon for a while.
  • If your hair is super curly, the results might not be what you expect.


  • Ingredients: Keratin might have formaldehyde, but nanoplastia is all about the natural.
  • Safety: Keratin comes with some risks because of its ingredients, while nanoplastia is seen as safer.
  • Effect: Keratin is all about that intense straightening, but nanoplastia keeps it gentle and voluminous.
  • Lasting Power: Both will keep your hair looking fab for about 4 to 7 months.
  • After-Care: Post-keratin, avoid water for a few days. With nanoplastia, you can wash your hair right away.


If you’re into a natural and gentle approach, nanoplastia might be your best friend. But if you want a big change, keratin could be the way to go. Remember, everyone’s hair is unique, so think about what you really want and maybe have a chat with your hair stylist for the best advice! Stay fabulous! ✨


10 thoughts on “Nanoplastia vs. Keratin: which is the best hair choice?

  1. Ava says:

    I’ve had both treatments done in the past year, and for me, Nanoplastia wins hands down! It felt much gentler on my hair, and I love that it uses natural ingredients. Plus, not having to avoid water for days is a huge bonus.

  2. Bella says:

    Keratin has been my go-to for years because I love the sleek, straight look it gives my curly hair. I’m a bit hesitant to switch to Nanoplastia because I’m worried it won’t straighten my hair as much as I like. But the natural ingredients are tempting! 🤔✨

  3. Cara says:

    Just had my first Nanoplastia treatment last month, and I’m impressed! My hair has volume but is still frizz-free. I was a bit skeptical at first, but now I’m a believer. Bye-bye, Keratin; hello, Nanoplastia! 🌿💖

  4. Diana says:

    I’m all about using products with fewer chemicals, so Nanoplastia sounds like a dream. However, I’ve read it might not work as well on very curly hair. Can anyone with 4c hair share their experience?

  5. Ella says:

    I’ve been doing Keratin treatments for years and love the results. The thought of switching scares me, especially since my hair is so hard to manage. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? 🙅‍♀️💆‍♀️

  6. Fiona says:

    After a disastrous experience with a Keratin treatment that left my hair feeling damaged, I’m eager to try Nanoplastia. The promise of natural ingredients and a gentler process is exactly what I need.

  7. Grace says:

    Does anyone know if Nanoplastia is more expensive than Keratin? I’m intrigued by the benefits, especially the natural aspect, but I’m on a budget. 💸

  8. Hannah says:

    I tried Nanoplastia recently, and while I loved the natural ingredients and how it made my hair feel, I miss the pin-straight look Keratin gave me. Guess it depends on what you’re looking for! 🤷‍♀️✨

  9. Isla says:

    My stylist recommended Nanoplastia for my sensitive scalp, and it’s been amazing. No irritation, and my hair looks healthy and vibrant.

  10. Jade says:

    I’m a professional hairstylist, and I’ve seen fantastic results with both treatments on different clients. It really does come down to personal preference and hair goals. Always consult with a professional to find the best option for your hair type and condition. 💇‍♀️👩‍🔬

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