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Along with other Low Level Light Therapies (LLLT), the laser comb uses cold lasers to revitalize the hairline. Used in Europe for over 30 years, these harmless and painless laser combs work by increasing blood flow to the scalp, making follicles thicker and stronger. The HairMax Laser Comb aims to stop hair loss rather than restore hair growth, but hair transplant clinic often suggest using the comb in combination with surgery. The at-home hair loss treatment is a quick, safe, effective and FDA-approved way to treat hair loss in your own home. During the FDA product trial, 93 percent of the subjects saw an increase in hair density with the HairMax Laser Comb. Most users see results in five to 10 weeks.... Read More

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The HairMax Laser Comb is a device that is used in your own home to reverse hair loss. It's non-surgical, effective, and best of all, can be used at your own convenience. There are different models of the Laser Comb, with lower end version coming in around $300 and the top of the line model for about $550. Many hair loss clinics offer financing plans for Laser Comb and other hair loss treatments.


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Laser light can stimulate hair growth in the same way that sunlight heals and aids living cells. The hand held version of what you might find at a local hair transplant clinic, the HairMax Laser Comb operates under the same principle as laser hair therapy. Along with other Low Level Light Therapies (LLLT), the laser comb uses cold lasers to revitalize the hairline.

Used in Europe for over 30 years, these harmless and painless laser combs work by increasing blood flow to the scalp, making follicles thicker and stronger. The HairMax Laser Comb aims to stop hair loss rather than restore hair growth, but hair transplant clinic often suggest using the comb in combination with surgery.

The at-home hair loss treatment is a quick, safe, effective and FDA-approved way to treat hair loss in your own home. During the FDA product trial, 93 percent of the subjects saw an increase in hair density with the HairMax Laser Comb. Most users see results in five to 10 weeks.

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Laser Hair Therapy
An increasingly popular alternative to hair transplant surgery, laser hair therapy is recommended for patients in the early stages of hair loss, as they can effectively slow hair loss and eventually begin regrowing their own hair without surgery. Laser hair therapy requires greater patience but provides a more affordable alternative to hair transplant surgery for young hair loss sufferers.

Propecia
Originally created to shrink enlarged prostates, Propecia Finasteride comes in one milligram tablets designed to treat mild to moderate male-pattern hair loss at the crown and mid-scalp. Prescription Propecia costs between 45 and 55 dollars for 30 tablets, while less expensive generic Propecia alternatives include Finpecia and Finax.

Rogaine
Effective on men and women, this over-the-counter hair loss treatment works by revitalizing shrunken hair follicles. The topical liquid solution, which contains active ingredient Minoxidil, is spread over the balding area twice daily and must dry in order to remain effective. Rogaine both slows hair loss and promote partial regrowth in some patients by increasing blood flow to the areas surrounding bald spots.

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