Pick the FDA-approved treatment that's right for you.
A licensed doctor will review your answers to confirm your treatment plan is right for you (it only takes 5 minutes - we promise!).
Your Keeps treatment is delivered to your door every 3 months — and at half the cost of your local pharmacy.
You receive a 3 month supply in each shipment. We bill and ship quarterly.
Not sure what you need? Let the doctor decide.
We're here to help! Answer a few questions, snap some photos, and a Keeps doctor will recommend the plan that gets you exactly what you need – and nothing you don't.
Our Minoxidil is $10.0 per month and our Finasteride is $25.0 per month. Your doctor may recommend you take one or both of these treatments. We bill and ship quarterly, so you receive a 3 month supply in each shipment. You can, of course, adjust your plan or cancel anytime.
You’ll receive an email as soon as your doctor reviews your case (within 24 hours). You can then order your treatment immediately and it will arrive in 3-5 business days.
Unfortunately, Minoxidil and Finasteride, the two treatments we sell, are not eligible. However, that may change depending on future healthcare laws.
Your doctor will be able to provide personalized guidance on what you can expect. In general, Finasteride and Minoxidil are most effective (up to 90%) at reducing and stopping further loss. Around 66% of men who use them do experience some regrowth, and in a best case scenario, men will get back up to 20% of the hair they lost.
While Keeps treatments, Finasteride and Minoxidil, are generally considered safe, all drugs have the risk of side effects. A common concern with finasteride is the possible sexual side effects - like loss of libido or erectile dysfunction. During clinical trials, less than 4% (3.8% to be exact) of users experienced some form of these side effects. In most of those cases, the side effects were experienced in the beginning and were resolved over time, both with and without continuing to use the drug. For more details, we recommend asking your doctor or reading the full drug facts.
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