February 07, 2009

HairMax Laser Comb with LLLT(Level Laser Therapy)

by Roger james

Maybe you have seen a commercial with a guy simply brushing his hair and the brush is emitting a red light. The announcer may be saying ..."Ladies & Gentlemen, are you losing your hair, is it dull, lifeless, brittle? Then try the HairMax Laser Comb. It's FDA Approved!" Or, you may have viewed a news story on CNN or ABC talking about the HairMax Laser Comb. Maybe you even read about it in TIME Magazine and found out it's the latest gadget that is supposed to stop hair loss and help hair regrow.

This HairMax Laser Comb Review will tell you the logic behind how it works, whether it's safe and why the company can make the claims of stopping hair loss and helping your hair not only regrow, buy look healthy and vibrant.

The Laser Comb or brush (there are many on the market) uses Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). Low Level Laser Therapy has been used for over 30 years for all types of health conditions, including stopping hair loss and hair regrowth. Until a few years ago, if you wished to use LLLT for hair loss you had to go to a special salon or beauty spa and have your hair treated by a professional. These salons are found all over Europe and people have been using this treatment for years. It is very expensive and time consuming, yet produced results. (you would have to visit the salon many times a month to experience positive results).

With invention of the Laser Comb or Laser Brush, you can now have all the benefits of Low Light Laser Therapy in a handheld comb/brush device and use it in the privacy of your home 15 minutes a day, 3 times a week.

Low Level Laser Light is completely safe as deemed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It's safe because it does not give off the heat that high level laser does (which is used in other medical treatments).

The logic behind how it works is explained by the type of low laser light which is used for the devices. This single beam of light penetrates the cells it is aimed at and gives the cells the energy they need (all things need energy). The laser combs' low lever laser light increases the blood supply to the hair follicles. When this energy is consistently used, the cells begin to rejuvenate. It's like recharging a battery.

The HairMax Laser Comb was developed in Sydney Australia and was named by TIME Magazine as one of the 'Inventions of the Year'. The developers ran extensive clinical studies. Their studies showed that 93% of the participators (both men and women), from ages 30 to 60 experienced an increase in the thickness of hairs (terminals) when they used the HairMax Laser Comb. Their average number of terminal hairs per square centimeter increased by an amazing 19 hairs/cm2 over the course of the six months studies.

The FDA approved the HairMax Laser Comb® for promotion of hair growth in males with androgenetic alopecia in January 2007. We should keep in mind, that the FDA does not approve hair growth products often. In fact, there are only two other products approved by the FDA for promotion of hair growth. This is why the HairMax Laser Comb company can make its claims by advertising the device for hair regrowth, preventing hair loss and rejuvenating hair.

With all the attention on the HairMax Laser Comb, many news stations, both local and national put it to the test. As an example two news stations delivered the following testimonials on the device:

The Miami Florida 10 News recently reported that one person who used the laser comb for 8 weeks had a 50% percent increase in hair count. The reporter Miami News Reporter also added that once a person starts using the Laser Comb, they must keep using it indefinitely to maintain and continue the results.

Dateline NBC decided to conduct its own "non-scientific" experiment. A volunteer, monitored by a dermatologist chosen to oversee the "experiment", used the comb regularly as following the company's directions for six months. The dermatologist reported the volunteer showed "substantial" hair growth on the crown of his head.

This Hairmax Laser Comb Review recommends the purchase of a laser comb or laser brush if you wish to regrow hair, stop hair loss or rejuvenate your hair. The recommendation is based on how this device offers a background of intensive studies, FDA approval, safety with no side effects, high positive results (93%) backed by non-company participants. The cost of this product varies from $550 to $650, depending on the online the store.

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