Recovery Conditioner by Virtue
Available in a 2oz or 6.7 oz size, Raleigh,NC based Virtue Labs Recovery Conditioner is a rich, luxurious conditioner that repairs damaged hair. It reconstructs frayed cuticles and brittle ends, infusing hair with softness, shine, and manageability. Formulated with the first-of-its-kind Alpha Keratin 60ku, this conditioner behaves like a high-powered treatment product that deposits pure, human keratin protein directly into the hair. It fills in cracks in the cuticle to heal hair and repair damage from heat, chemicals, and color treatment.
"Dr. Luke Burnett, a retired US Army Colonel, leads a regenerative medicine lab in Winston-Salem that works to heal battlefield injuries using keratin. He and his team discovered a way to extract human keratin in its purest form—it’s called Alpha Keratin 60ku™, and it has the power to help heal burn wounds and regrow tissue. By chance, they found it can also repair hair.
There have been many moments of happenstance (and quite a bit of luck) on our journey to creating Virtue. The first was when an intern at the lab was bold enough to ask, “Would this protein work on hair?” Turns out, after some testing, it did. In fact, the results it produced in hair were nothing short of amazing.
We set out to bring this transformative protein to hair care. Alpha Keratin 60ku™ is extracted from ethically-sourced human hair, so our bodies recognize it and treat it as our own. It binds directly to areas of damage and fills them in, revealing hair that’s shinier, stronger, and overall more healthy. For the first time, we can actually repair hair—even after the damage is already done.
We set up shop in Raleigh, NC, to stay true to our roots. It’s close to our labs in Winston-Salem, where we work out of former testing facilities once used by the tobacco industry. Those facilities have been transformed through government grants that not only help stimulate the local economy, but also help foster new technology development in our region. We are proud to be building a business in this vibrant state and even more proud to call it home."