Are you suffering the embarrassment of
nasal hair loss?

deeply ashamed man with bag on head

Balding nostrils is a common condition for men of a certain age, and yet it remains a major source of social unease. Few men afflicted with the problem are bold enough to brave the disapproval of their friends and work colleagues, and will go to extraordinary lengths to disguise this debilitating disorder.

But now those unconvincing moustache 'comb-unders' are a thing of the past. Gone are the days when you would only consider venturing outside in the hours of daylight if you had a paper bag firmly fastened over your head. With a nasal wig from Bristletech, you can once more become an accepted and moderately useful member of society.

Bristletech's new line of hand-crafted nose toupees bear all the hallmarks of craftsmanship and quality that you would expect from the acknowledged leader in facial hair. So whether you favour long or short, curly or straight, Bristletech Nasal Wigs are not to be sniffed at.

Bristletech Industries

Where You'll Find Quality Right Under Your Nose

*Now available in ginger.

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