The HairMax LaserComb® is a portable laser treatment for hair. The hand-held device utilizes the healing effects of laser phototherapy to enhance the growth and appearance of hair. The HairMax LaserComb® may be used by men and women of all ages.
Laser phototherapy is a form of laser technology also known as low level laser therapy (LLLT). Low level lasers use photo energy and do not give off heat or cut through tissue like high power lasers. LLLT has been used for decades in hair clinics and salons around the world to improve the appearance of the hair. The LLLT used in the HairMax LaserComb® was developed and patented by Lexington International in 2000.
"The HairMax LaserComb® uses a laser diode operating in the red portion of the visible color spectrum," states the manufacturer, on its website. "The HairMax LaserComb® harnesses the energizing and nourishing effects of laser phototherapy to make hair look healthy and vibrant."
LLLT has been the subject of numerous studies with over 35,000 scientific papers published worldwide. The manufacturer claims that the HairMax LaserComb® was developed after two decades of international clinical experience and technical research. They also state that the Lasercomb can benefit transplanted hairs after hair transplant surgery.
The HairMax LaserComb® needs to be used on a consistent basis to obtain desired results. About 45% of users will obtain benefits after 8 weeks of treatment, another 45% after 10-16 weeks, and 10% may or may not see improvements after 16 weeks.
"There have been no reported side effects to LLLT treatments, which are painless and non-toxic," states the manufacturer. "The LLLT used in the HairMax LaserComb® is non-invasive and without any known side effects."
The HairMax LaserComb® costs $545 US dollars.
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