How a laser comb effects hair loss

How a laser comb effects hair loss

As the “Baby Boomer” generation ages, more and more products are finding their way into the marketplace promising to slow down the effects of aging and make us look younger.

While there is no true Fountain of Youth, there are some products that can help us to look and feel younger than our years. One of these is the Laser Comb.

What Is a Laser Comb?

A Laser Comb is an electric hair comb that uses laser light therapy to stimulate healthy hair growth. Used at home as directed, the Laser Comb can help treat pattern baldness and improve the appearance of thinning hair in both men and women.

How Does It Work?

From ancient times, light has been used to treat a variety of physical and mental ailments. More recently, the laser has provided modern therapists with a powerful tool that can target specific conditions and deliver highly controlled light therapy to affected areas of the body.

The Laser Comb works by emitting a low-level laser light that stimulates the cells in your scalp and hair follicles. This is the same laser technology that was previously available only in exclusive – and expensive – hair clinics and salons.

Just as plants respond to light, which helps them to grow and thrive, your hair will respond to the Laser Comb’s phototherapy by growing stronger, thicker, fuller, and healthier in as little as six to 12 weeks.

Your scalp will also become healthier, as the beneficial effects of the Laser Comb can lead to a reduction in dandruff and scalp irritation.

How Do I Use the Laser Comb?

Before using the Laser Comb, read the manufacturer’s directions completely.

Use on clean, dry (or slightly damp) hair. Use your Laser Comb before applying gels, sprays, or other styling products to your hair.

After assembling your Laser Comb and plugging it into an electrical outlet, turn it on and hold the teeth of the comb against your scalp for four seconds, or per the manufacturer’s instructions. Then slowly move the comb about 1/2 inch to the next spot, upwards against the direction in which your hair falls, and repeat. Continue this procedure until you have combed your entire scalp (at 1/2-inch intervals) twice. The process should take between 10 and 15 minutes.

For best results, use your Laser Comb as directed three times per week.

Is the Laser Comb Safe?

The light emitted by the Laser Comb is in compliance with the laser product standards outlined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for using your Laser Comb. Do not stare directly at the laser light or shine the laser at anyone. Keep your Laser Comb out of the reach of children.

The Laser Comb causes no harmful side effects when used as directed.

After each use, unplug your Laser Comb and store it in a safe place, away from children and pets.

Where Can I Buy a Laser Comb?

The Laser Comb is available through some drugstores and beauty supply shops, or can be purchased directly from the manufacturer by phone or via the Internet.

Make sure that your supplier includes information on any manufacturer warranties for your Laser Comb.

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