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Theradome Laser Helmet Fights Hair Loss in Women
While men have many resources to turn to for hair loss treatment, women are often left out when it comes to high-tech hair loss remedies.
With the help of an Indiegogo-funded project, women can get professional-level hair growth treatment in the comfort of their own homes. The Theradome helmet retails for about 700 dollars and offers the first and only FDA-approved clinical strength restorative laser hair treatment.
What is the Theradome?
The Theradome, which offers NASA technology with no side effects, promises to restore hair growth, add volume and improve the health of new hair. The helmet uses specifically-developed high-efficiency lasers to deliver the optimum amount of light for hair growth, leading to increased blood flow to the scalp and hair follicles.
While competing hair loss products use underpowered LED lights to stimulate hair growth, the Theradome delivers the kind of laser treatment previously only available in clinics. The helmet also enlarges the diameter of hair follicles by up to 200 percent.
Theradome’s development team recommends two 20-minute Theradome sessions per week. The device is an affordable alternative to in-clinic treatments at 695 dollars.
What is the Theradome Capable Of?
Theradome uses specifically developed high efficiency lasers to deliver the maximum amount of light and cover 582 square centimeters of the average human head’s 720 square centimeter total scalp area. With over 440 Joules per treatment and an optimized wavelength of 678, each laser is tailored for maximum hair growth.
These lasers reverse the miniaturization of hair follicles. Follicles return to their normal healthy state. Reversing miniaturization is the first step to getting your hair back, and Theradome stops any further hair loss after the first 18 to 26 treatments.
The next stage is hair regrowth. The helmet grows hair after about 52 treatments and tackles three critical areas needed to conquer hair loss. Theradome first increases blood flow to the scalp and hair follicles, then stimulates microcirculation, improving cellular metabolism and protein synthesis. Finally, the treatment reduces the effects of protein blocking enzymes, promoting thickness and density.
Cool laser treatments both increase blood flow to the scalp and reduces scalp inflammation, which contribute to hair growth and overall scalp health. Through five years of pioneering advancements in NASA laser technology and medical device engineering, the Theradome achieves a mix of price and performance that offers clinical strength and real results.
The Theradome also achieves real results with no side effects. The helmet uses microprocessor controlled algorithms to deliver the right amount of light energy to the target hair follicles.
Want to learn more about amazing hair loss treatments like the Theradome? Stay tuned to HairLossSpecialists.com for updates to this, and other trending, hair loss technologies. Contact us to learn more about your options for hair restoration. We will help you schedule a consultation with a clinic in your area.