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Be Bold, Not Bald: HairMax LLLT Agrees

Created on 22-1-2018 by The Hairmop Team
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Be Bold, Not Bald. HairMax Ultima 12 LaserComb Agrees.

On average, male pattern baldness (MPB) or alopecia accounts for more than 95% of hair loss in men while 85% will experience significantly thinner hair by age 50 according to the American Hair Loss Association.

As seen in our blog of the latest hair loss treatments from last year, combating against MPB with foams, creams and tablets may be the first solution that comes to mind, however for some guys looking for that extra edge, Low-Level Laser Light Therapy (LLLT) is also used either individually or along with the former hair loss treatments. 

With so many LLLT options out there, what do I go with? Will it work for me? 

 

Fortunately, we have reviewed the leading LLLT home kits.


Introducing, and Explaining: The HairMax Ultima 12 LaserComb.

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How it Works?

Utilizing photobiostimulation with its 12-medical grade lasers, this light therapy brush says no to topical creams and yes to practicality. Photobiostimulation, or therapy of the cells via light photons, is what the Ultima 12 aims to provide as a substitute or complimentary to your traditional creams and foams. Light, being a source of energy, is believed to affect certain chemicals in the mitochondria. When stimulated with the proper wavelengths of light, healing is catalyzed and regeneration may occur.

Enough Science, Give me the Evidence!

In fact, photobiostimulation via Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) has been shown to provide a statistically significant increase in hair density after a 26 week clinical study on men and women when using a HairMax Lasercomb according to the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology. In other worlds, this product has been show to work and work quite well.

 

Ultima 12: What You Get and How To Use.

With skepticism covered, the Ultima 12 Lasercomb comes equipped with:

  • HairMax Ultima 12 Lasercomb
  • Rechargable Battery
  • Power Cord
  • User Manual - Quick Start Guide
  • 2 Year Laser Device Warranty

So, the big question is,“How do I use it and how often will I be combing away?”

A big benefit to this product has to be the ease of use. All it takes is 8 minutes, at your convenience, and 3 sessions a week. Simply take the comb, power it on, and brush in accordance to the sound notification of the device. In other clincial studies according to the journal of Lasers in Medical Science, it was found that  LLLT devices are both safe and effective in patients with male or female pattern hair loss.

Drawbacks.

  • Results.
    • Like other hair loss products on the market, results will vary from person to person and the time it takes to see those results may be months.
  • Price.
    • With a retail price above $500 it isn’t necessarily the cheapest product on the market, however it may pay off in the long run if it helps you get the results you are looking for

 

Is This Product For Me? 

If you happen to dig the Vin Diesel look, please skip this product, but if you want a great alternative or addition to your hair loss treatment, the HairMax is an A+ choice.

Backed by results, the Ultima 12 may be a great solution for those looking for a different approach to tackling hair loss. If you are seeing results with your current treatment modality, the Ultima 12 is also a great addition to your arsenal.  

Bottom line: the Ultima 12 is a worth a shot if you have the patients and is within your price bracket. 

If you want to know more about this product or other hair loss treatment options, contact hairmop for a transparent and discreet discussion. 

 

Topics: Hair Loss, LLLT, HairMax, Hair Loss Treatments, Convenient treatment