Any hair loss sufferer that uses concealers has used or at least heard of Toppik Hair Building Fibers. While Toppik can be a great solution to effectively concealing slight to moderate hair loss, using it conventionally has its drawbacks. Applying the fibers accurately takes practice and a steady hand since they more or less float out of the top of the can’s dispenser. I have found myself applying far too much on areas where I didn’t need it and hardly any at all on the area where I needed it most. Cleanup of the fibers is also an issue, as they will find a way to cover the bathroom sink, floor, walls…virtually any inconvenient surface to clean. After just two days of application, a bathroom can appear positively filthy.
The makers of Toppik have come through in addressing these problems with flying colors with the advent of the Toppik Spray Maximizer.
The Spray Maximizer screws directly on the regular size (10.3 g) and large size (25 g) bottles. It releases a small, concentrated puff of fibers with each squeeze, making accurate application a snap. And since the fibers are going where you want them to go – the thin areas – they are much less likely to end up in every hard-to-reach crevice in your bathroom.
I was skeptical about the Spray Maximizer until I threw one in with my latest order of Toppik. For $18.95, I figured that it was worth a shot and would pay for itself in the Toppik it would save from being wasted if it worked like the manufacturer advertises. I was ecstatic to see that it did. I have found that since I began using it, my Toppik lasts easily 1/3 longer than it normally does since I am not wasting it on areas of the hair I don’t need it on or on the floor.
I give the Toppik Spray Maximizer “two thumbs up” and highly recommend it to anyone that uses Toppik. I have no doubt that the cost of the sprayer will easily pay for itself in no more than two or three months’ worth of the product.