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Does LaserComb stop hair loss?

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Posted on : October 14, 2016 | Author: John Kahen | Category: Hair Loss

With all the money spent on treat­ing hair loss, from creams and sprays to injec­tions and hair restora­tion, in Los Ange­les, and mostly any­where else, achiev­ing a full head of hair is some­times a chal­lenge. While some are opt­ing for Prope­cia and oth­ers grab­bing the Rogaine, another option is laser ther­apy. The Hair­Max Laser­Comb is one of the most pop­u­lar and the only laser­comb that is approved by the FDA. But does it really work?

Firstly, the Laser­Comb was granted FDA approval in 2007, deem­ing it safe for use. Hair­Max rec­om­mends a reg­i­men of any­where from 9–15 min­utes, three times per week, depend­ing on the comb. The comb pro­vides low-level laser light energy that stim­u­lates the hair fol­li­cles to pro­mote new hair growth. Their web­site states that with con­sis­tent use, most users start see­ing results within the first 16 weeks. One very great ben­e­fit of the Hair­Max comb is there are vir­tu­ally no side effects.

It’s impor­tant to under­stand that the Hair­Max comb is in no way com­pa­ra­ble to a hair trans­plant surgery. The results from the comb will not hap­pen over night and may take months before see­ing notice­able results. The goal of the Hair­Max Laser Comb is to increase the den­sity or thick­ness of the hair growth, and even pro­mote new hair growth. But, it is not for every­one. In the begin­ning, some reported say­ing that they noticed more hair loss after using the comb in the begin­ning, but that stay­ing with the comb over time showed real results, and fuller, thicker hair.

The trick with the Hair­Max Laser­Comb for max­i­mum results is to use it simul­ta­ne­ously with another treat­ment. For a hair loss pre­ven­tion reg­i­men, using the Laser­Comb along with Rogaine will be extremely effective.

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