Want Lovely Locks? Learn About Lipids

Healthy, shiny hair – we know what it looks like. However, what exactly allows you to have this? How do you protect and strengthen your hair, and what can you do to make your locks shine with health?

Let’s Talk About Lipids

Lipids are a fatty molecule that is naturally produced at the root of your hair.

Why lipids are important to healthy hair

  • A layer of lipids is applied at the root to help protect and preserve your hair
  • This shield can be damaged and worn away by daily activities and environmental factors

Some factors that can damage your protective lipid layer

  • Blow-drying, curling, straightening
  • Brushing
  • The detergents in shampoos
  • Sunlight

How to check if your lipid layer is intact

Try this test:

  1. Wet your hand and flick droplets of water onto your hair
  2. If the water beads, your hair has a healthy shield of lipids
  3. If it gets soaked up immediately, your lipid layer has been damaged

Protect and strengthen your hair with lipids

Satinique™ shampoos and conditioners, and select treatments contain the patented Enerjuve™ Complex.

The Enerjuve™ Complex

  • Composed of the following lipids:
    • Ceramides 2 & 3
    • 18-MEA (Methyl eicosanoic acid)
  • These lipids work synergistically with your hair’s naturally occurring lipids to improve
    • strength and elasticity
    • shine and smoothness

Get the beautiful head of hair that you deserve

Check out how these Satinique™ haircare products can help you protect and strengthen your hair!

2 Comments

  • Roxanne says:

    Question can this formulation contribute to reversing effects of sodium hydroxide ?

    • Amway Connections says:

      Hi Roxanne, thanks for your question! Customer service is the best place to get an answer. You can reach them toll-free at 800-253-6500 and they will be happy to help you. Have a beautiful day!

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