Alright ladies, there’s the new hair growth product we can try at home. Theragrow™ isn’t just another of the same typical serums to apply to your scalp. It’s a helmet that uses laser light to stimulate your hair follicles.
This type of treatment isn’t something that’s been readily available for home use previously, but now the FDA has approved the Theragrow™ helmet. It uses 40 individual lasers to provide low level laser phototherapy to the maximum amount of your scalp. Designed specifically for women with androgenetic alopecia, Theragrow™ can also help women who have Savin hair loss scale classifications I and II with Fitzpatrick skin types 1 to 4.
For the best results, it is recommended that Theragrow™ be used for 20 minutes 4 times a week. However, I have to tell you that as effective as this product can be, it doesn’t solve your hair growth problems permanently. Just like topical serums, to continue having results, you will have to continue using the product. Once you have achieved your hair regrowth goals, which usually takes about six months to a year, you can reduce your use of the laser phototherapy by half.
As far as the specs, Theragrow™ is quiet, cordless, has foam pads for comfort, a USB cable for charging, and the batteries only have to be replaced every 18 to 24 months. Another good thing to know is that you can use Theragrow™ while using other treatments such as minoxidil or during the period of time in which you are undergoing hair transplant procedures. Overall, low level laser phototherapy is safe, and if nothing else has worked for you, it’s worth a try.
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