Caboki vs Toppik

Caboki and How does it work?


Caboki is a fibrous substance which sticks to the existing hair and appearing them thicker. Caboki fibers are made from Gossypium Herbaceum plant. The fibers of Caboki carry a negative electrical charge. Human hair carries a positive charge. So the fibers attach with the hair through normal electromagnetic forces. When you add Caboki in the thinning area of the hair, the fibers automatically adhere to the hair like tiny magnets. Each thin area of your hair immediately becomes thicker as well as fuller, eliminating those thinning areas. As natural coloring agents are used to dye the fibers of Caboki, it shows similar color to human hair.

Toppik and How does it work?


Toppik is a hair building fiber and it blends unnoticeably with the existing hair. It is a shake-on hair loss product, with tiny micro-fiber prepared from organic keratin protein. A pepper or salt shaker like applicator is used to distribute the fibers to the thin area of your hair. The fibers contain a static charge which helps them to adhere to the hair and giving an appearance of thicker hair.

Comparison of Caboki and Toppik on the basis of Customer rating:

Application: Caboki does not require any applicator but in case of Toppik a spray applicator is required for administration of the micro fibers. Cheap and easiness in application is reported for Caboki as the Toppik spray applicator costs extra money.

Discomfort: Discomfort is reported for both products. In case of Toppik some itching or sensitivity problems are found. Itching is less common for Caboki. As Caboki fibers do not allow air entrance to the root of follicle, it may cause damage for the existing follicle in case of long term use with single application.

Durability: The fibers may remove on pillow at night or after swimming or taking a bath. Settle down of Caboki fibers on white shirt may create an embracing situation. Hair gel or spray is required for Toppik to hold the fibers with the hair. Both work well with short hair. Caboki is recommended for people with top or back thinning and not for full bald. Daily application is required for both products.

Detectable: Most of people have reported that Caboki fibers are more detectable than Toppik. You have to put more Caboki near the hairline. Otherwise it will look fake and painted scalp. Some users report that in direct and bright light, Toppik is more detectable. Once you apply Toppik fiber, the hair will appear a bit dry.

Accumulation: Toppik fibers have bigger chance to accumulate on the scalp. In case of Caboki accumulation is very infrequent. Toppik is more water soluble and possible to wash out easily without a permanent stain. Some users recommend Caboki for people with top or back hair thinning.

Hair brushing: Hair brushing is not suitable for both products. Brushing is responsible for quick settle down of the fibers of Caboki. The static charged fibers of Toppik also may adhere to the hair brush. Toppik is reported to come off with the hands if you rub your head.

Color Selection: In case of color matching, Caboki is more preferable to customers. Caboki offers more color options which are similar to natural hair. Toppik with a bit lighter color than your hair will work better.


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