Laser therapy for hair loss has been an idea researched for several years with a variety of products currently available. The first laser therapy devices were large bulky devices that were sold to salons and hair loss clinics for in-store use. Now a portable, personal device for this type of therapy is available.
Laser stimulation of the follicle and surrounding skin is used to increase energy and cell health of the treated areas as well as increase circulation. Usage is 1 or 2 times per week.
Professionals claim a high percentage of users respond to laser treatment.
The LaserComb complies with FDA requirements as a cosmetic laser device for hair, meaning it meets the FDAs safety standards for a laser device and has a cosmetic effect to strengthen, thicken, or improve existing hair. The company that makes the LaserComb says they will be initiating clinical trials for FDA approval for the device as a hair regrowth treatment.
Initial observation are very encouraging.
None known. FDA approved for safety as a laser device. Low level laser is used in a wide range of healing applications.
$495. Payment options available.