Research

  1. Fake Caboki Vs Genuine Caboki Explained

    Whenever a new cosmetic or medical product takes the world by storm, you can guarantee it won't be too long before unscrupulous companies and individuals try to cash in by flooding the market with cheap imitations. While these cut-price versions of popular products or formulations may seem tempting and might look just like the real thing, the quality is likely...
  2. Hair Loss In Women, Causes & Treatments

    Hair loss has been traditionally seen as a man's problem. Male pattern baldness is regarded as an annoying, although now treatable, fact of life. However, female hair loss is surprisingly common: the American Academy of Dermatologists estimates that around 1 in 5 women are currently affected by hair loss. The numbers of women affected also appear to be growing too...
  3. Caboki vs Toppik vs Supermillion Hair Fibres Comparison

    There are many different hair loss products available in the market place today, offering various remedies for sufferers. Products have evolved a great deal in the last few decades and now you can benefit from positive results with natural looking hair fibres. Some of these products use natural fibres to give outstanding coverage. Caboki Hair Loss Concealer Caboki is a...
  4. Hair Thinning, Why Does the Hair Thin?

    Hair thinning is a very common problem that affects millions of men and women across the world. Fortunately, there are a number of solutions now available for people to combat thinning hair, whether it occurs as a result of ageing or a medical condition. This guide explores the subject of hair thinning, looking into why it becomes thinner and the...
  5. What are Hair Loss Fibres?

    Hair loss fibres are the foundation of the Caboki hair loss system. These incredible fibres allow people with thinning hair to regain complete coverage once again, and the result when they are added to thinning hair is nothing short of amazing. But what exactly are these fibres? Quick Overview of Hair Loss Fibres Hair loss fibres are tiny particles that...