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  • How many Laser Diodes in HairMax LaserComb

    Hello HairMax/Lexington,

    I have two questions:

    1. How many Laser diodes are used in the HairMax LaserComb ?

    2. What type of Laser diodes, and at what wavelength ?

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    Re: How many Laser Diodes in HairMax LaserComb

    Thanks for your posting.

    We use one strong diode that we manufacture into a Laser Module encompassing specialized optics and we beam split it into 8 beams using our proprietary and patented splitting device.

    The wavelength is in the red spectrum.

    Hope that helps.

    DM

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    • #3
      Re: How many Laser Diodes in HairMax LaserComb

      Hello Lexington International,

      thank you for replying back, and for partially ansewing my question regarding the type and wavelength of the single laser diode that is used in the HairMax LaserComb.

      The reason I am asking this question is quite simple. I like to know exactly what I am doing to my body with any type of product before I use it.

      The type of answer I would be looking for from any manufacture of a Low Level Laser Therapy product, that produces as a result of use "biostimulation", would be as follows.

      Type of Laser diode ? GaAs or GaAlAs or most likely InGaAlP .

      Wavelength of Laser diode ? 635 nm or 660 nm or maybe 670 nm .

      I am still interested in finding this information out because the HairMax LaserComb seems like it might be a good product. But it is nice to know what type of product your using before you apply it to your body.

      There is quite a bit of information available regarding Low level laser therapy for those of you who are interested. A good place to start would be the following WEB page, www.laser.nu

      Thanks in advance,

      Dan

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      • #4
        Re: How many Laser Diodes in HairMax LaserComb

        Thanks for your posting.

        We can tell you that the diode is a constant @ 660nM. All other specs are confidential.

        Yes we agree that www.laser.nu is a great LLLT Portal. Just keep in mind that most of the research presented is from much higher-powered lasers.

        From our information there are 2 maybe 3 companies in the world producing LLLT devices for healthy hair growth. Us and www.laserhaircare.com. Our CEO was a pioneer in the use of lasers for hair since the late 80’s in Sydney Australia. After years of trial and error we believe we have found the perfect formula for healthy hair growth.

        If you would like any additional information or details please let us know or call 561 417 0200.

        Regards,

        David Michaels

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        • #5
          Re: How many Laser Diodes in HairMax LaserComb

          Hello David,

          Thank you for replying back, and for giving me a little more insight into the HairMax LaserComb. This type of information can help reassure some that might be hesitant to try the LaserComb by giving them some specifications to research on their own.

          I am still somewhat concerned about the amount, or the dosage of irradiance which is entering the tissue, and what its greatest active depth is, since the LaserComb is to be used in very close proximity to ones brain.

          I have purchased a HairMax LaserComb and should receive it tomorrow. I am hoping for some really positive results regarding improved hair condition and growth. Hopefully the LaserCombs ability to biostimulate and icrease the circulation will over the prescribed time have some great results.

          Thanks again David,

          Dan

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          • #6
            Re: How many Laser Diodes in HairMax LaserComb

            Thanks for your posting and order.

            Re;I am still somewhat concerned about the amount, or the dosage of irradiance which is entering the tissue, and what its greatest active depth is, since the LaserComb is to be used in very close proximity to ones brain.

            There is no reason for concern. The Laser penetrates only soft tissue on the outer dermis and only as deep as your follicles. That is also one of the reasons why a higher powered laser would not provide better results.

            I copy the following lines are for your reference. The complete overview can be found on http://www.natrichology.com.au/artic...ser_treat.html

            "The name LASER is short for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Laser light and devices are sometimes referred to as laser emitting, laser producing, laser radiation, etc. This terminology is confusing. There is NO radiation in the sense we normally refer to as radiation, lasers produce light high in energy, nothing else (even sunlight is a type of radiation). No radioactivity or dangerous energy is produced. Radiation with laser Hair Care does not influence to the general heating of tissue; the laser light is used as a ‘cold light’.


            Yes! Laser Hair Care is a non-surgical therapeutic laser. It is the most powerful laser that is safe for cosmetic purposes and fully complies with international laser safety standards. Laser Hair Care is approved for cosmetic use in the EEC and US as a Certified Class 3A laser by the Food and Drug Administration, which has the most rigid standards in the world and fully complies with Radiation Control for Health and Safety act. The energy produced by the photons does not have the thermal component that can cause injuries to users or operators. Laser light energy does not alter molecular structures, it stimulates the body’s mechanism to repair and heal itself.

            Regards,

            DM

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