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INTRODUCING THE HAIRYFY MEDICAL ELECTRIC HAIR GROWTH COMB
Finally, A Permanent Hair Loss Solution that Works Fast, & Doesn't Include Expensive Surgery, Hormone Altering Drugs, or Wigs.
How does it work?
Typically, you will apply laser therapy to the scalp two or three times each week. The length of time varies with each different device.
Is the laser dangerous at all?
In nearly 30 years of use, there has never been any concerning side effects from properly-applied low level laser therapy.
Does it really work?
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) can be quite effective when used properly. LLLT is certainly no miracle cure for hair loss. But the laser comb has been OK'd by the Food and Drug Administration for both safety AND effectiveness. It is cleared for hair growth and the treatment of hair loss. Like other non-invasive treatments, some patients get better results than others, and compliance (with directions) is certainly a big issue. However, there are patients who seem to be exceptional responders to this therapy. LLLT is a non-chemical, non-invasive option to help people grow fuller, thicker, healthier hair.
What does future hold for this technique?
New technology in LLLT will improve the compliance and portability of at-home units. Also, non-invasive, simple hair measuring devices will be appearing in doctors' offices and even in high end hair salons.
WHY HAIRYFY LASER COMB?
When you’re using a comb, the motion of moving the device back and forth can become tiring. If the comb that you use is heavy, it can make the process even more uncomfortable.
A lightweight comb really makes the device worth it when comparing it with other devices.
There are a few power sources for laser combs. Some are meant to be plugged in directly to the wall. Others are powered by batteries or rechargeable batteries.
Depending on your lifestyle, you may want to opt for a model that is chargeable and can hold a charge for at least an hour or so.
Since most laser combs are meant to be used for periods of no more than 20 minutes, a couple of hours of charge will allow you to use it over the course of a few days.
Hair growth treatments can be expensive, and laser combs are no different.
You can expect to spend at least a hundred dollars to get the results you want, but there are models that are even more expensive.
You’ll want to take a look at what features more expensive models have. From this research, determine if the cost justifies the benefits.
Portability is an extremely important feature to have. It makes it easier for men who work all the time or are extremely busy with other affairs to get treatments done.
Plus, a portable, best laser comb allows you to take your laser hair growth device with you on vacation. Portability simply means you’ll never miss a treatment no matter where you are.
STEP 1: Laser combs represent the manual approach of low-level laser treatment options. Unlike a helmet, which you simply place on your head before flipping on the power source, laser combs need a bit of old-fashioned elbow grease.
STEP 2: While recommended usage amounts vary depending on the laser comb manufacturer, the typical suggested use is three times a week for 10 to 20 minutes per session. It’s best not to use it on consecutive days.
STEP 3: Never use a laser comb on hair that has gels, cream, sprays, or other common hair products. But it is OK to use on either wet or dry hair.
STEP 4: While it’s helpful that your scalp is clean before using a laser comb, it isn’t mandatory.
STEP 5: Place the laser comb flat on your hand after powering it on.
STEP 6: Move the laser comb slowly, not as you would when usually combing or brushing your hair. Leave it in a spot for a few seconds and then slowly move it to another spot.
STEP 7: Start at the front of your hairline and work your way back. Make sure to cover all areas of your head. Once you’ve reached the bottom of your hair, work your way back to the top of it (remember, you’re not trying to style your hair).
You’ll finish after you’ve covered all of your hair twice.
STEP 8: Laser combs have a row of teeth aligned with the laser beams. But their purpose is to part your hair to let the low-level laser light penetrate to the scalp.
STEP 9: If your hair is longer in spots, use your hand or a brush to lift it out of the way of the laser comb.
STEP 10: Perhaps the most important thing to remember when using a laser comb is to move it slowly.