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15 Alternatives to Fabby Hair

Stop hair loss before it's too late.

Keeps is the easiest way to keep your hair. Answer a few questions, find out which plan is best for you, and Keeps will get you started with a 90 day supply of treatment.

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Medium
We're beyond excited to launch Keeps, the easiest way for men to keep their hair. I'm pretty sure it's safe to say that no one wants to lose their hair. I know this personally because about two years ago, at 27, I began to experience hair loss.
Adweek
These days, consumers can order a personalized hair regimen, curated beauty products and now, a treatment plan to stop hair loss. Keeps is a startup focused on preventing men's hair loss, rather than bringing hair back. The company went live on Jan. 16 and is an entirely online process.
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Making natural haircare simple

Afrocenchix is an e-commerce and content platform all about natural haircare. Get soft, manageable, beautiful kinks and curls with their plant powered botanicals.

Their product range is natural and organic, ethically produced and tested by real women to make sure it really works.

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IndieGoGo
Making natural, vegan, cruelty-free afro & curly haircare the norm! Please watch, read, back & share | Check out 'Afrocenchix: Swirl Conditioner & Spring Styler' on Indiegogo.
Afrocenchix
Last Friday, we were invited to the inaugural Black Beauty and Fashion Awards at Porchester Hall in West London. It was an honour to be BBFA finalists based on the people's choice vote and we were thrilled to see the awards celebrate the achievements of the people & businesses who provide beauty services and products to people of colour in the UK.
Voice-online
A NEW five-year study into black women's hair products has found that a significant number contain ingredients that can increase the risk of miscarriage, uterine fibroids, cancers and respiratory problems. The report, called Natural evolutions - one hair story was produced by Los Angeles based not-for-profit organisation Black Women for Wellness (BWWLA) and … See more
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