Keratin and botox are two different treatments that are used to improve the appearance and health of the hair. Here is a brief overview of each treatment:


Keratin is a protein that is naturally found in the hair, skin, and nails. It is responsible for giving the hair its strength, elasticity, and shine. Keratin treatments are hair-smoothing treatments that are designed to repair damaged hair and improve its overall condition. The treatment typically involves applying a keratin-based solution to the hair and then using heat to seal it in. The result is smoother, shinier, and more manageable hair.


Botox, or botulinum toxin, is a substance that is used to temporarily paralyze or weaken the muscles in the face. It is most commonly used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. In the context of hair, some salons offer a treatment called “hair botox,” which involves applying a botox-like substance to the hair and using heat to seal it in. The treatment is supposed to smooth and soften the hair, reduce frizz, and add shine.

It is important to note that while keratin and botox treatments can both improve the appearance and health of the hair, they work in very different ways and have different ingredients. Keratin treatments use a protein-based solution to repair and strengthen the hair, while hair botox uses a botox-like substance to temporarily smooth and soften the hair. Before getting either treatment, it is important to do your research and understand the potential risks and benefits.