Are you experiencing hair loss and wondering what might be causing it? Hair loss can have various causes, but it is often a gradual process where the hair becomes thinner over time. There are different reasons for hair loss, with the most common cause being hereditary, known as androgenetic alopecia.
The hair growth device from De Medische Tester is indicated to promote hair growth in both men and women with certain classifications of androgenetic alopecia. This wireless laser helmet utilizes low-level laser therapy (LLLT) to halt and then stimulate hair growth in both men and women.
The laser helmet is certified by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) based on effective and safe results from testing. Clinical research has shown that all participants achieved positive results, with the laser helmet test group experiencing an average of 37.5% more hair growth than the group without the laser helmet after 16 weeks.
Multiple clinical and scientific studies in the past have demonstrated the positive effects of Low-Level Laser Therapy. A wavelength of 650-680nm has been found to be highly effective in stimulating hair growth. It is believed that the light is absorbed by the skin and not the sweat glands, allowing for very specific stimulation of energy metabolism in the skin.
LLLT is effective against hair loss because the light increases ATP (a crucial form of cellular fuel) in the cell nucleus at the molecular level. Additionally, the laser light improves blood circulation, providing hair follicles with more oxygen and nutrients while reducing the attachment of harmful DHT molecules to the hair roots.
Improved blood flow and energy metabolism lead to healthier, faster, and thicker hair growth. Inactive hair follicles can become active again, allowing longer and fuller hair to grow in areas where hair growth has been minimal.
Our recommendation is to use the laser helmet every other day for 25 minutes. The included timer ensures that the laser helmet automatically turns off after 25 minutes.
The use of the laser helmet in the testing process has typically resulted in the following outcomes: Step 1: (4 – 8 weeks) Minimizing hair loss by slowing it down. Step 2: (9 – 16 weeks) Reversing miniaturization by thickening existing hair. Step 3: (17 – 32 weeks) Renewing and growing new hair.
Individual results may vary based on various factors, including your current stage of hair loss, overall health, the possible presence of underlying medical conditions, and your genetics.
Benefits of the Laser Helmet
In addition to being proven effective, using a laser helmet is highly efficient, easy to use, and cost-effective in the long run. The laser helmet stands out in terms of:
A sustainable treatment method
No side effects
Can also be used in conjunction with hair transplantation