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September 21, 2018

HabitAware (Minority-led, Women-led)—Its wrist-worn wearable called Keen monitors a user’s bad habits to help them kick hair pulling, skin picking, nail biting and other nervous ticks.




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HabitAware Receives $300,000 Grant to Advance Work Treating Hair-Pulling Disorder

April 10, 2019

Through a study funded by the grant award, HabitAware will evaluate the feasibility of Keen as an official treatment for trichotillomania. Simultaneously, Keen will be further developed into a tool for self-administration of Habit Reversal Training (HRT), one of few verified treatments currently in existence.

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A New Tool to Overcome Skin and Hair Picking Disorders

April 10, 2019

You, she reminds, are who’s really in control. And that’s where Keen comes in. When the bracelet vibrates, it’s bringing the picking compulsion from the subconscious into the conscious — giving you the ability to then consciously say to yourself “my hands are not where I want them to be”.

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Best Inventions 2018: Bracelets That Help Kick Bad Habits

November 20, 2018

TIME Magazine Best Inventions 2018: HabitAware Bracelets That Help Kick Bad Habits
Aneela Idnani hid her stress-induced hair pulling for 20 years. So she founded a company, HabitAware, to create one. Its flagship product: Keen, a sleek, smart bracelet that users program to pick up on repetitive motions, such as hair pulling, skin picking or nail biting.

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Sizing Guide

Not sure which size is right for you?

It's important that Keen fits snugly. Here's a quick guide to help you decide which bracelet size to order:

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