The Nexxus Keraphix Healing System for Severely Damaged Hair, with Keratin Protein and Black Rice, heals visible signs of severe hair damage. Salon-crafted with our exclusive PROTEINFUSION blend with Keratin Protein and Black Rice, Keraphix Reconstructing Treatment acts as the third step of the damage healing process. This treatment reaches deep into the hair fiber to help repair its integrity from within. When the ritual is complete, signs of surface damage are healed and hair is smooth, strong and healthy-looking. Clinically proven to deliver internal repair to severely damaged hair, from the very first use, Keraphix Reconstructing Treatment helps heal roughness and brittleness.
Rice has long been a storied secret of strong heathy hair for women of the Huangluo village in China, where fermented rice water has unlocked the key to growing long, luxurious hair. Women of the village go to great lengths to preserve their hair by washing it in fermented rice water and often undergo just one haircut their entire lifetime. Extensive testing showed that Glutamic Acid is a key amino acid lost in hair when it is exposed to severe damage. After finding that Black Rice was among the richest sources of Glutamic Acid in nature, Nexxus combined this ingredient with Keratin Protein and other essential nutrients to create a new hair healing ritual for clinically proven healthy-looking hair with just one use.
Nexxus New York Salon recommends: Use Keraphix Reconstructing Treatment ritual once a week to revive hair that has been severely damaged by harsh chemical treatments, mechanical stress and thermal styling. This concentrated formula requires a unique 4-step process to unlock the best result.
Nexxus understands that the hair structure consists of up to 90% protein, so we believe helping hair return to its optimal state means treating it with protein at high levels. Nexxus scientists set out to find inspiration from precious ingredients that could help seal severely damaged hair using a leading edge approach to protein research called Proteomics.