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IGrow: Hair Loss Support With Laser Hi Tech

Author : Jacqui Laurent

So what is LLLT you may ask? LLLT is one of the most exhilarating new options in the treatment of hair loss, which is what iGrow it based upon. In traditional laser treatment, lasers are employed using a light source to resurface the skin by creating a wound on the top layer so that new, fresh skin emerges from underneath. However, with low level laser treatment, there is no burning or heat damage. Men and women can sit comfortably under iGrow lasers as it delivers the phototherapy to the scalp.

Studies in LLLT have been conducted for many years now by various experts, and the results have been nothing but positive.

In 1993, a double blind study showed young males with hereditary androgenetic alopecia saw an increase in hair growth and hair shaft tensile strength, and stoppage of hair loss.
In 2004, a retrospective study was conducted by Glen Charles, using low-level laser treatment on 25 males, each individual showed an increase in hair count.
In 2005, Richard Burgmeier, MD conducted another study on men and women with positive results.
In 2007, a multi center study was conducted on males with androgenetic alopecia, which revealed 16 weeks of LLLT saw a dramatic increase in terminal hair counts.
In 2009, hair loss specialist Ted Daily, MD conducted a study on females who suffered from female-pattern hair loss, which showed moderate to significant improvement after 16 weeks of low-level laser treatment.
And it was in 2010 that physician based laser hood for female pattern hair loss was approved by the FDA.
In Dr. Melamed's studies, he has taken the treatment of low-level laser treatment further by pin-pointing the exact wavelength range which should be used to provide the best results. What was discovered is that a pulsing light, with a red-light in the 650-670 nm wavelength range has greatly enhanced the effectiveness of low-level laser treatment. Then taking this another step further, Dr Melamed allows you to take this research home allowing you to rejuvenate your hair in total privacy.enter the iGlow.

iGlow Hair Removal Product

iGlow is hands-free, so you don't have to hold the device as you would with a laser hair comb. Designed to be worn comfortably on your head and provide coverage to the entire scalp, the results are achieved with the combination of LED therapy and laser therapy, combining 21 laser diodes and 30 LED lights.

Can be used by both men and women
Product Dimensions: 6 x 11 x 8 inches ; 2 pounds
The iGlow package comes with a pocket controller that includes 5 user modes. 3 of the iGlow modes designed for men, and 2 modes for women, with each mode set to varying specific hair types, providing specific treatment and rules for each varying hair pattern.
Includes a bottle of natural hair nourishing shampoo
A programmable controller which can connect to your iPhone or any other music player
Cost: $695.00 US
6 month money back guarantee
1 year parts and labor warranty

Does iGrow Work? The iGrow Review

iGrow promises many things, stating it can help men and women who suffer from hair loss, receding hair lines, and thinning hair. When using iGrow, the specific red-light is said to also rejuvenate hair thickness and promote follicle health.

As stated by Dr. Melamed

"Patients can reverse hair loss, alopecia, and male pattern baldness to regain their own hair after just 6 months of using iGrow"

All indications would say yes, iGrow does work. First off, iGrow was created by Apira Sciences, one of the most respected laser hair restoration companies in the world. So far, consumers have reported that after 24 weeks of use, iGrow has done as advertised, providing thicker, fuller, and healthier hair for its users.

According to Lorrie Klein, MD, "The average patient using iGrow will first begin to see decreased hair loss in about six to eight weeks. Then, within a few short months, their hair should begin looking thicker, fuller and healthier. At about the nine month mark, they'll see the maximum result and then, with continued use of the iGrow, should be able to maintain those results."

For those who use shampoos and topical solutions, you could find yourself spending $200-$300 per year, however these solutions are not designed for men and women, so the results are never guaranteed. While laser combs and brushes do provide great results, they don't provide the same clinical strength in which you will find with the iGrow. And once again, the laser combs and brushes are not designed for men and women. But probably the most notable feature of iGrow is it can provide the very same, if not better results to your scalp as if you visited a clinical laser unit. The advantage iGrow has over a specialists office is price, as visiting a clinic could cost you up to $5,000 per year, and does not come with the benefits of the combination of LED and Laser technology.

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