RALEIGH – Virtue Labs, a startup focused on hair, skin and nail treatments and also known as Reason to Believe, keeps raising new capital.

The firm has raised another $3.4 million in a mix of debt, capital and options, according to a securities filing on Thursday. Executive Chair Melisse Shaban signed the filing.

This adds to the more than $15 million Virtue Labs raised in August 2017.

And the company wants to raise another $360,000.

A total of 66 investors have participated in the funding.

The company originally sought to raise$16.08 million.

Triangle entrepreneur and investor Scot Wingo recently cited Virtue Labs as one of the startups to watch in the region.

While based in Raleigh, its manufacturing plant is based in Winston-Salem,.

It has developed keratin to aid in the health of hair, skin and nails. Its products are sold under the Virtue brand.

Reason to Believe was the first tenant in an 8,000-square-foot space in Whitaker Park, located in Winston-Salem, in 2016.