Sat 12 May 2012
Occasionally, a new hair loss treatment arrives on the market and truly revolutionizes the way balding men and women treat thinning hair. However, for every drug or new surgical procedure that comes along and legitimately improves the treatment of hair loss, a dozen slated “miracle cures” confidently burst upon the scene but quickly fall tragically short of lofty expectations.
Recently, Caboki, a new topical hair loss treatment, debuted and confidently labeled itself as a true “hair loss breakthrough.” While these claims are both bold and intriguing, they leave one important question unanswered: is Caboki truly a hair loss breakthrough, or does it fall short of its audacious claims?
Whether it’s the oppositely charged microfibers, all natural ingredients, or ability to keep hair shafts volumized, but also light and erect, Caboki is making a splash with hair loss sufferers and hair transplant surgeons alike. While the product is still new and requires additional observation and testing before declaring it a “hair loss home run,” Caboki is making a name for itself as a solid topical treatment, potentially on par with trusted concealers like Toppik, DermMatch, and COUVre.
Are there any “downsides” to Caboki? Is it truly equivalent to other topical treatments? Should hair loss sufferers further investigate Caboki? To find the answers to these questions, and more, please feel free to review the new Caboki article at our Hair Loss Learning Center:
Caboki Reviews Hair Loss Breakthrough.
Blake Bloxham – formerly “Future_HT_Doc”
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