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50 years of haircare creativity. As part of women’s lives, of legendary products, of useful innovation and still a step ahead.

50 years of fundamental research and a special form of scientific talent that can be seen and felt in every product.

For 50 years Kérastase has put its expertise into the service of women, to bring out the beauty of every woman's hair. A true gift.

The key molecules of Kérastase

Patricia Pineau, Communications Director at L’Oréal Research & Innovation

Patricia Pineau, Research Director of Communication for L'Oréal, describes the 4 key molecules of Kérastase: Céramide ®, Aminexil®, Intra-Cylane ® and Stemoxydine ®.

The key molecules of Kérastase

Céramide® (patented molecule in 1991) (Résistance, Nutritive Oléo-Relax, Soleil...)

“This technology is, and will remain, an irreplaceable reference for repairing damaged hair.”

Aminexil® (patented molecule in 1990) (Stimuliste, Aminexil® GL® M)

“This anti-hair loss technology fights against the solidification of collagen around the follicle. It is the most efficient technology for preventing this problem within the cosmetic spectrum.”

Intra-Cylane® (patented molecule in 1999) (Fibre Architecte, Volumifique)

“This molecule has enabled us for the first time to reinforce fine hair, without curving it, but endowing the interior of the hair fibre with organic matter that easily attach with natural hair proteins.”

Stémoxydine® (patented molecule 2002) (Densifique)

“This technology, which is the fruit of the labors of L’Oréal Advanced Research on stem cells, increases significantly the density.”