Good Health Company (GHC), a direct-to-consumer health tech start-up, has raised $10 million in Series-A funding, led by Left Lane Capital, a New York-based global venture capital firm, which invests in high-growth Internet and consumer technology companies.

Existing investors, such as Khosla Ventures, Quiet Capital, and Weekend Fund also participated in this round.

The start-up provides a full stack solution for patients with hair fall, sexual health, and weight loss.

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“We are going to use the proceeds to introduce more product categories, focus on product innovation, and expand the existing team,” Samarth Sindhi, Founder of GHC, said in a statement.

“Our aim is to provide a scientifically proven solution to the unmet healthcare care needs of our consumers,” he said.

The start-up raised a seed round of $5.2 million from Khosla Ventures and others in June 2021.