Kiri10's beginnings and why we created our brand
It all began when we were introduced to Functional Keratin through a friend. I was losing handfuls of hair and my nails were so brittle, they would split and chip to the point where it was incredibly painful. I’d tried multiple products on the market to much disappointment.
It was around 3 months of being on the keratin that I noticed my hair fall had rapidly reduced, I had lots of baby hairs around my scalp and hairline; my nails hadn’t split and were finally strong enough to grow. It was at this point I knew this ingredient would really benefit the women of New Zealand and Kiri10 was born in 2021.
Over the past year, we’ve truly grown as a brand and our engaged community has helped us discover ways in which I could support the women of New Zealand and beyond; not only with our supplements but also with the value of sharing my own health journey and experiences. Kiri10 provides support, knowledge, and my own learnings to those women wanting to better understand aspects of their own well-being.
Kiri10 is here to give women going through menopause, illness struggles or stress the power to understand their own health better. To feel confident enough to open up and find a support network which will help you feel heard and listened to. We are all unique; going through our own individual journeys, but understanding the vital parts of our health is essential to our overall well-being.
Menopause, illness struggles and stress show up in many different ways: fatigue, brain fog, low energy, confusion, forgetfulness, or lack of concentration, sleep issues, mental health challenges, hair loss, brittle nails, skin concerns, joint / muscle pain, loss of sex drive and more.
As many of us do, we learn to just “live” with these symptoms, it’s easy to ignore them or convince ourselves it’s because of other life factors. At Kiri10 we want to open up the conversation and remove the “taboo” around speaking up and finding support when you need it most.
Our aim is to empower you to better understand your body, your health and learn to love you for you. Our hope is that by starting to have these open, honest conversations we can all obtain greater insights into how to support and manage our symptoms so that we can start living and not just surviving.