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Laser Comb

The LaserComb is an FDA approved device that has been shown to regrow hair in balding men.
I've not persoanlly used a LaserComb however I've read many reports of satisfied users that have experienced regrowth using it. HairMax the maker of the LaserComb has some amazing pictures of regrowth attributed to the LaserComb.

Until I use one myself I will reserve judgement however at roughly $339 at Amazon, it may be well worth the price for a medication free treatment for balding as many treatments will be more expensive over the course of a year or lifetime.

Laser Comb study results

Seven multi-centered, double- blinded, randomized control-device trials with 460 subjects were conducted with the HairMax LaserComb at top medical research centers such as the Cleveland Clinic, the University of Miami and University of Minnesota.

The clinical studies included males and females between the ages of 25 and 60 years with a diagnosis of Androgenetic Alopecia who had been experiencing active hair loss within the last 12 months.

Subjects were instructed to use the laser hair growth treatment device three times per week on non-consecutive days, 10-15 minutes per treatment for a total of 26 weeks. Hair density measurements were performed at baseline, at 16 and 26 weeks. Additional clinical visits were scheduled to monitor the laser hair loss treatment progress and overall hair growth. Clinical Study Results

Subjects in the HairMax LaserComb laser hair loss treatment group had: Significantly greater increase in mean terminal hair count than subjects in the control group. Significantly better subjective assessments of thickness and fullness of hair than subjects in the control group. No subject experienced a serious adverse event from the laser hair loss treatment. Adverse event profiles were similar between the HairMax and control groups.


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