Scientific name: Cashmere Proteins
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Cashmere proteins are molecules obtained from the goats wool used to create the famous fabric. They are essential to keep the skin and hair humid and elastic, thanks to their ability to absorb the surrounding humidity inside them, forming a protective barrier around the hair cuticle. Fiber shows greater shine and improves the combability.
They make the hair easily dome and better predisposed to laying, prevent electrification and give elasticity, softness and a healthy and shiny appearance.