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.