If you’re starting to experience some hair loss or have been battling it for a while, going with the Keeps brand can help deal with this issue and they do it in a totally cost effective way. Plus, their offer for getting an extra 25% off is totally easy and worth it. We’ll tackle this brand, their deals, and what the real info is on things like coupons and promo codes.
KEEPS HELPS YOUR HAIR
…it really, truly does.
Many men (and women) experience hair loss during their lifetime and for men this can start really early. For us, we noticed a bit of a thinning starting when we were in our early 20s and, well, we totally freaked out. Back then we our derm for help and she prescribed Propecia. Sadly, it wasn’t (and still isn’t) covered by insurance so you pay out of pocket. At that time, three months of meds ran me $280. Ouch. This is what I basically paid every 3 months for years and years (and years).
Enter Keeps. They’ve been around for a little over 4 years and is a quick and simple way (via telemedicine) to have virtual interaction with a doctor who may be able to help you with your hair loss situation and prescribe the right treatment plan for you based on your needs.
While keeps doesn’t technically prescribe Propecia, they do prescribe the generic brand which is Finasteride. It’s basically the same as Propecia, but you’re not getting the name brand. And as opposed to spending hundreds and hundreds of dollars for your prescription, you’re actually spending only $25/month. Yes, really.
And Keeps keeps things interesting and affordable by offering a wide variety of deal incentives that you can take part in even without a promo code or anything like that.
Outside of generic Finasteride, they also offer some additional hair treatment solutions like:
- Minoxidil (Generic Rogaine) For Just $10
- Finasteride + Minoxidil Bundle For 25% Off
- Ketoconazole Shampoo For Just $10
- Keeps Thickening Shampoo For $22
- Keeps Thickening Conditioner For $22
- Thickening Pomade For $25
Overall their pricing really is some of the best around. Take a look at an average break-down to compare:
We personally swear by using generic Finasteride. We haven’t gone the Minoxidil route yet, but we feel better knowing that we’re basically holding on to the hair that we have and even growing a bit more too. If you can start early, it can really be so much better! And it’s not just us. Keeps has also been covered by the doctors at Healthline and even the editors at the NY Post (just to name a few) and they both vouch for how Keeps really is worth it and at such an amazing price.
KEEPS DEALS & PROMO CODES SITUATION
Of course people always want to know how to save even more, so we wanted to look into what their promo code policy was really all about. Like we mentioned above there are ways to save normally when you bundle with a couple of items (like Finasteride and Minoxidil) to get an extra 25% off. But probably the biggest promo at Keeps is simply by signing up for their newsletter. All you really have to do is enter in your email address and they’ll send you a link to claim your offer. Once you click through you can save up to 37% off your very first order, which is pretty fantastic. Even better, you don’t need a specific coupon code to get that 37% off so it makes it really easy (and fast).
There are a few sites out there we trust when it comes to coupons. They actually vet them and users can typically vote them up or down based on the codes working or not. While Keeps typically doesn’t issue codes, you can always check out RetailMeNot and even Groupon for some additional resources and ways to potentially save a bit more.
Since we big fans of Keeps we created some of their best offers and how things like coupons (for example) work – along with ways to save an extra 25% – 37% off in October 2022.
PATRICK VARONE – Editor in Chief / Product Editor
Patrick has been covering all the hottest must-have products for more than 10 years at IBBB. His main focus is toys, tech, gifting, and men’s fashion & style. He’s previously written for publishers like Harper’s BAZAAR, Cosmopolitan, and Esquire.