Four years ago, I started noticing my hair thinning. I started being pro-active and researched what I can do to prevent it or to save what hair I had left.
After trying numerous medications and remedies, I didn’t see any kind of improvement. I tried special shampoos but they seem to accelerate my hair loss rather than slowing it down. I tried pills such as Saw Palmetto and Biotin but nothing noticeable. Rogain or Minoxidil were also used, but they were messy, hard to use and once you stop using it, hair loss restarts immediately. Other treatments like hair transplant and surgery were out of the question for me.
One day, I fell on a relatively new technology called Laser Hair treatments. This was done in a clinic and was expensive. I just wished they had the gadget for consumers to use at home. Then, my prayers were answered.
An explosion of laser hair treatment devices came on the market. After researching most of them. I choose to buy the Theradome Pro LH80. This helmet was by far the most convincing. It’s backed by years of scientifique evidence and engineered by NASA scientist and is FDA cleared for men and women.
Theradome Pro LH80 is a medical grade laser hair growth helmet – FDA cleared for men & women. Promotes hair regrowth and prevents further hair loss with premium red light lasers. Unlike the competition, they use actual lasers and not LED red lights.
This device works in 3 stages, first it slows down hair loss, the it thickens the existing hair and then it renews and grows new hairs. The lasers deliver at 680 nanometers, the optimal wavelength for the deepest penetration into the scalp of up to 5 mm into the hair follicle, ensuring optimal hair growth. It delivers maximum power by increasing its blood flow and allowing the nutrients your hair needs to stop hair loss, thicken existing hair, and promote new hair growth.
So does this $900 gadget work? Take a look at the photo below. The photo show my hair in 2016 vs 2019. Do you see a difference?
The most obvious is that I didn’t get new hair loss. Although I’m happy with the results, I was still expecting hair growth as they claim after 52 weeks of usage. But results varies for each individual.
Theradome overall is a good. It’s easy to use, 20 minutes a day, 2 time a week. I usually do the treatment in the evening after work. The Theradome is more convenient with its cordless, hands-free operation, and provides full scalp coverage. You can do other relaxed activities such as watching TV or read a book during your laser hair treatment.
In the end, I highly recommend this product and if you’re starting to see hair loss creeping in, you should start the treatments as soon as possible.