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We have finally found the cure for going bald. Take a look at this revolutionary method and decide for yourself.
Lucas from LabJapan has been going bald for a while now and he has finally found a cure. This method works great.
You will not believe your eyes with this cure. This is Caboki magic.
Caboki is not what you think it is.
It is neither paint-like nor shoe polish-like hair product invented in the 80s (of last century).
It is like nothing you have used before.
Caboki is a breakthrough product for hair loss sufferers that
Instantly eliminates bald spots or appearance of thinning hair.
Gives you a perfectly natural look. No one will know you’re using Caboki unless you tell them – even if they get a close up view, outdoor, under bright sun light.
Last all day, all night, through wind, rain and sweat.
Will not smear or stain your skin or clothing.
Works for both men and women.
Unlike ordinary products on the mass market, Caboki is a professional grade product:
Made of natural fibers from plants, safe even for sensitive scalp.
Bonds to hair more securely, does not require specially-made spray to glue fibers to your hair.
Free of animal ingredients, synthetic dyes, fillers and preservatives.
When you sprinkle Caboki into a thinning area of your hair, the fibers automatically cling to your hair like millions of tiny magnets. Each thin wisp of your hair instantly becomes thicker and fuller, eliminating those embarrassing thinning areas.
No more flashes of shiny scalp showing through where there should only be hair!
Caboki All-Natural Ingredients
Unlike similar products, Caboki is totally natural.
There are no synthetic dyes or chemicals, no artificial fillers and preservatives, and no animal ingredients. The fibers in Caboki are not synthetic, man-made fibers cooked up in a lab. Instead, Caboki fibers are taken from plants, courtesy of Mother Nature.
Even the most sensitive of scalps will be completely comfortable with Caboki.
But with ordinary hair loss concealers?
Well, let’s just say that there are reports of itchy, rash-blotchy scalps out there – not surprising considering the glob of unnatural, man-made chemicals, dyes and glues.
Caboki’s Natural Plant Fibers Closely Mimic Human Hair
Caboki hair replacement fibers are made from a plant called Moroccan Gossypium Herbaceum. It’s a variety of cotton (also known as Levant cotton) that grows only in the arid regions of Morocco.
Why do we insist on using only this particular plant sourced only from this exotic, faraway locale?
Simply because it’s the best available. Nothing on earth is more suited for our purpose.
That’s because the fibers from this plant have surface optical properties very similar to human hair. Just one of the reasons that no one will know that you’re using Caboki unless you decide to tell them. Caboki looks that natural.
But the Gossypium Herbaceum provides another great benefit. The fibers of this plant carry a negative electrical charge. Human hair is positively charged. The result is a bonding through natural electromagnetic forces no special spray glue required.
In fact, Caboki bonds to your hair 200% stronger than the hair building fibers used by our competitors.
Natural, Mineral-Based Colorants From Mother Nature
Both the hair you’ve lost and the hair you have remaining were given their coloring by nature. Doesn’t it make sense to use a hair replacement product that also uses natural ingredients for coloring?
After all, using harsh, artificial dyes can yield a garish, unnatural look. But using nature’s natural colorings quite logically yield soft, very natural looking tones.
So we start with virgin Moroccan Gossypium Herbaceum. Its natural coloring is grayish white. And then we use our natural colorants to dye the fibers into the full range of colorings found in human hair.
And here we reap another benefit from our exotic Moroccan cotton. Thanks to the micro-structure of Gossypium Herbaceum, its fiber can easily be dyed with mineral-based colorants – iron oxides for example, harvested from nature, as shown on the right.
Our competitors use wool fibers in their products. But wool is difficult to dye. Before you can even begin to dye wool, it must first be processed with harsh chemicals (bleaches). Then it’s dyed with the synthetic pigments used in human hair coloring the same synthetic dyes that many health experts now caution against using.
But for your health and for a more natural appearance, we deliberately chose fiber sources that do not require synthetic dyes.