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The Story of K18

Suveen Sahib has committed his life to understanding the biology of hair. With his co-founder wife Britta Cox by his side, he decided to not just TREAT hair damage, but make it feel like new again. Suveen’s in-depth research into biomimetic technologies and bioactive peptides created from DNA sequences led to the Patented K18Peptide.
 
K18Peptide™ is the only of its kind, a patented bio-active peptide that will pave the way for the next generation of haircare.
 

Hair can be healthy and feel like new again. The time to heal your hair is now.

How It Works

Hair is like many ladders twisted together to create a keratin chain that stays in place as a result of disulfide bonds. Chemical processes damage and break the keratin chains that keep hair together and strong. It’s not just the rungs that are damaged, it’s the entire ladder including the runners and any connections between other ladders.
 
Most products only focus on creating a temporary bridge between the rungs of a ladder and will wash away, leaving hair weak and limp once again. K18 is the first peptide that connects the broken keratin chains by penetrating the cortex and reconforming the disulfide bonds across the sides of the ladder to provide PERMANENT RESULTS that repair and heal hair in four minutes.

Compatible with ALL Salon Services.

In just 4 minutes, you can enhance all of your services for the healthiest hair possible. No need to add K18 directly into your chemical services, or change developer. K18 will not change tonality or alter the process other than an additional 4 minutes.
 
K18 lightener | K18 color | K18 perms | K18 relaxer | K18 japanese straightener / thermal reconditioner | K18 keratin straightener | K18 treatment | K18 haircut

10 YEARS OF BIOSCIENCE RESEARCH.

ONE BREAKTHROUGH PEPTIDE.

PERMANENT RESULTS IN
4 MINUTES.

*K18 Biomimetic Science is available in Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and parts of Indiana and Illinois.

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