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Is hydrolyzed keratin vegan?

Hydrolyzed keratin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hydrolyzed keratin?

Hydrolyzed keratin is a protein that is derived from keratin, a fibrous protein that is a major component of hair, skin, and nails. This ingredient is produced by breaking down the long chains of keratin into smaller peptides, which makes it more easily absorbed by the body. Hydrolyzed keratin is often used in hair and skincare products due to its ability to strengthen and protect hair and skin, as well as enhance their overall appearance. It is also used in some dietary supplements as a source of protein, and has been studied for its potential benefits in promoting healthy skin, hair, and nails.

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