Taninoplastia Technology

A TREATMENT FOR EVERY HAIR TYPE

Brazil is a great source of natural ingredients and has by far the highest biodiversity on earth.  To this day, over 100 species of TANNIN have been found here, each one with its own particularity, and we are the home to the greatest concentration of tannin trees.

 

As a pioneer in the use of tannin as a cosmetic agent, Salvatore develops formulas containing only the richest and most cosmetically efficient tannins, each created using SALVATORE’S own exclusive technology and patented by Salvatore Cosmetics, TANINOPLASTIA®

Inspired by the force of nature in its essence, beauty and complexity, TANINOPLASTIA Technology was developed for professionals who seek versatility and results in their salons.

WHAT IS TANINOPLASTIA?  (Tanninoplasty)

 

Taninoplasty is the balance between nature and technology that transforms the organic bioactive raw material TANNIN into a binding protein for a natural and safe hair treatment.

 

It optimizes the active ingredient, promoting greater adhesion and absorption by the hair fiber, and by doing so, revitalizes, hydrates and strengthens the health and integrity of the hair strands.

#BENEFITS OF TANNIN

 

  • Antiseptic
  • Healing
  • Antioxidant
  • Bactericide
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Astringent
  • Fungicide

 

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#CURIOSITIES ABOUT THE TANNIN – And why it is good for your hair

 

 

Since antiquity, TANNIN is used due to its extraordinary properties and therapeutic virtues.  It has become a valuable natural resource available to mankind, because it offers remarkable antioxidant, astringent, antiseptic, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory benefits, and connects to the organic structures.

 

The pharmacological properties of TANNIN are powerful for healing, cellular renewal, balance of natural oil production, the proliferation-fighting bacteria, treating injuries and/or allergies, as well as contributing to the overall health of hair and skin.

 

Polyphenol is present in various parts of the trees such as the roots, leaves, bark, twigs, fruits, seeds, and flowers.  A revitalizing and transformational agent scientifically proven to benefit health, it is used in medicine, including in antibiotics and other medication.  It is a key to the vinification process, to ensure optimum wine preservation.