laser therapy cap

13/09/2018 Beauty Parlours

Price: 599.00 US$

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Laser Hair Cap, also known as Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) cap, is a hair loss system used various laser diodes that emit laser light in a specific wavelength and with a specific power requirement.

Here is the Hair Laser Cap produced by ReHair® Laser:


Does Low Level Laser Therapy Work?

When you consider the latest hair loss laser systems can have over 200 of these diodes then the relatively high cost of these systems starts to make a bit more sense. Regardless, you can now see why laser hair loss systems aren't really anything new nor are they particularly reliable with regards to hard data on their efficacy.

However, even though I was one of the loudest critics of low level laser therapy hair loss systems when they first came onto the market with their FDA clearance based marketing in 2007, and most of the photographic evidence was shoddy at best, I am compelled to share that I am now convinced that these systems actually have merit.

Yes, I think they do work.

I was one of THE biggest and most vocal skeptics for many years but with my travels all over the world, visiting many difference clinics, I can say that I know they do in fact work.

I've seen patients with my own eyes that have had notable improvements with only using a low level laser therapy system for treatment. I am not wrong often and in fact it is fairly rare but when I find out that I am wrong I have no problem admitting it and in this case, I was indeed wrong.

Low level laser therapy systems can and do work but the problem is that, to this day, no one can actually explain with any sort of legitimacy, much less conviction, of how these lasers are affecting hairs so that they thicken. The ideas range of "exciting the mitochondria" to "bio-photosynthesis" but in reality, no one knows. Is this important? I don't really think so because, as I've always said, it is the result that matters.

Does low level laser therapy for hair loss work for everyone?

No. In fact, the more hair loss you have the less effective it is, which is kind of a paradox but this is true for every non-surgical solution there is. In other words, if you're bald, lasers won't work any more than medication will.

Low level laser therapy, as well as medication and medical procedures such as PRP, only thicken hairs that are miniaturized and the degree of thickening varies depending on the procedure and your specific extent of loss. Lasers don't work for everyone even people that have the supposed "ideal" characteristics but it can and does work for meany people to varying degrees.

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