Personal Hair Laser: An Effective and Convenient Treatment for Hair Loss
May 09, 2011 3:00 AM ET
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Hair loss alone proves to be quite a challenging and problematic matter to be dealt with every day. What adds to that is finding the best remedy for it. Alopecia has caused millions of people around the globe to fret about their physical, emotional, and social welfare. In a way, hair loss steals the look of youthfulness from you, hence causing discomforts in society and lowering of self-esteem. Thankfully, there has been a steady propagation of several methods and techniques to combat hair loss. Drugs such as minoxidil and finasteride, hair transplantation, and the natural-based treatments such as the Leimo Hair Treatment Pack are known to efficiently fight hair loss and stimulate the growth of new strands.
As scientific breakthroughs would have it, there is another popular method of stopping alopecia and regaining lost hair. This method is the use of a personal hair laser. Hair lasers or laser combs have been safe and effective in its functions since the beginning of the 20th century. The laser lights used in hair lasers are of a much lower level, as opposed to the ones used in treating more-serious medical conditions (i.e., removing kidney stones). This handheld hair laser device is designed to make hair loss treatment more effective and convenient.
A specific laser comb is the Leimo Personal Hair Laser. This product uses low-level laser therapy (LLLT) and light-emitting diode therapy (LEDT). Both therapies used to be administered in clinics only. But with the Leimo Personal Hair Laser, the benefits of both therapies can be enjoyed at the comforts of your home and at a lesser cost. The Leimo hair laser promotes the blood circulation of the scalp and revitalizes the hair follicles through the laser light. This hair restoration advancement frees an alopecia sufferer from the hassles of medication and the side effects of drugs.
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