Change happens gradually, and then suddenly.
A man only feels the full impact of his tiny decisions the moment his credit card gets declined. Or the strained button on his pants finally gives way. Or getting tagged in an unfortunately-angled photo that reveals an exposed scalp where follicles once flourished.
Odds are, at some point in your life, you’ve been unpleasantly surprised by at least one of these circumstances and cursed your past self for not taking action sooner.
Take comfort in knowing this feeling is much more common than you’d think. Acting when the evidence doesn’t yet exist is somewhat counterintuitive—you can make purchases until you can’t, you’re a size 34 waist until you aren’t, and you’ve got a full head of hair until you don’t.
Unsolicited advice: Pay more than the minimum, avoid refined carbs, and consider Keeps.
Prioritize the first two eventually, but seeing as August is National Hair Loss Awareness Month and 2-out-of-3 guys experience some form of hair loss by the age of 35, there’s little time to waste.
Over 50 million men in the United States experience male pattern baldness. For perspective, the amount of men currently facing baldness today is comparable to the 40 most populated American cities—combined.
The crazy part: In most cases, hair loss can be prevented and treated. Men would rather lose all their hair than go to therapy seek clinically-proven, FDA-approved treatments delivered directly to their doors.
As the old saying goes, ‘Without data, you are just another person with an opinion,’ so chew on these five facts.
- Keeps treatments are 90% effective at stopping hair loss and 66% of men experience growth.
- The cost is less than HALF the cost of buying at a traditional pharmacy.
- Out of 3,500+ online reviews, Keeps boasts 4.8 out of 5 stars.
- The entire process from sign-up to product-in-your-hand typically takes one week or less, and does not require you to leave your home.
- Most guys see tangible results within 4-6 months with consistent use.
Whether you’re looking to prevent hair loss, stimulate hair growth, or simply take better care of the hair you have, time is of the essence. Once hair loss starts, it usually doesn’t stop or reverse on its own. So if you’ve started to spot the signs of loss—receding hairline, excessive loose shower hairs, modest thinning—utilize the intersection of modern technology and medicine to keep what you deserve.