Are keratin microfibers harmful for the hair? Kmax experts respond

Are keratin microfibers harmful for the hair? Kmax experts respond

Used by millions of people around the world, keratin microfibers are the ideal solution to perfect your hair and hide any thinning. However, some may wonder if they are harmful to the hair. Let’s look at it together.


Do keratin microfibers harm? Let’s clear up all doubts

Are you a regular user of Kmax keratin fibers? Or are you approaching the hair fibers world for the first time? It doesn’t matter. When you buy any product for the care of the person, it is instinctive to wonder if somehow it can also have contraindications. So, probably at least once you’ll be buzzed in the head by this question: "But do keratin microfibers harm your hair and scalp?"

To respond, let’s take a step back. Let’s analyze the Kmax fibers and their composition. 


Hair fibers: the science of Kmax



Also called hair powder, keratin microfibers or cover-ups, hair fibers represent an instant solution against any imperfection and thinning of your hair. In fact, they are able to give fullness and volume to any hair. This is because they bind electrostatically to the hair shaft, making it immediately thicker. Kmax fibers adhere to any type of hair and have a strong hold: they are resistant to water, sweat and don’t stain. All this is made possible thanks to the natural composition used by Kmax laboratories.


Are Kmax hair fibers harmful? The answer is in the ingredients

Kmax laboratories are  the only one in the market to use a 100% natural composition to make their own hair fibers. In fact, they consist of only two ingredients:

  • 99.9% keratin, the same protein our hair is made of
  • 0,01% silica, a natural anti-caking agent


  • No chemicals at all.
  • No preservatives at all.
  • No additional chemical dye.

With their naturalness, Kmax hair fibers fully respect the normal composition of the hair, avoiding any way to irritate or damage it. In addition, the absence of any dye ensures a natural and long-lasting effect to the hair.


A dermatologically tested Italian history

Do keratin microfibers harm? After analyzing the natural composition of Kmax fibers, any doubts should be gone. Furthermore, as a further guarantee for the customers, Kmax hair fibers are dermatologically tested and declared free of toxicity and allergens. Born and produced in Italy for over 15 years, Kmax fibers are processed following the strictest regulations in force, quality controls and certifications, such as the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification.


More than an aesthetic product

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Although hair fibers fall into the category of Hair Make-up products, they are much more than that. In fact, not only saying that keratin microfibers harm the hair is wrong, but the truth is the very opposite. Being an aesthetic product, Kmax fibers have no healing properties against hair loss or thinning. However, they are a vital source of psychological well-being for those who use them. The keratin microfibers are able to mask any thinning, from the most obvious to just slight imperfection. This allows to immediately make the hair thicker and people more confident of their physical appearance.


Often, when we do not like something of our body, we focus our attention exclusively on that point that we cannot accept. A thinning that begins to become more evident, a premature receding or an immediate post-transplantation of hair can make us feel insecure of our appearance to create in us a deep feeling of discomfort. Kmax hair fibers, made of 100% natural keratin, are a hair make-up product able to give volume to the hair and more self confidence in those who use them.



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