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    Hi there.
    I just got my Laser Comb the other day. I watched the video that came with it and am very curious about something...
    The girl on the video - the one with the thick black curly hair, who is also pictured on the home page... why don't we see any of her "before" pictures? Did she really have thinning hair or is she just a paid actress? With all of that hair, it's hard to imagine that she had thinning hair problems.
    I would like to see more before and after photos of women who had diffuse thinning all over, like me.
    -- kittykate

  • #2

    The girl in the video and on our website is an actual user of the LaserComb. Like almost 100 percent of people who seek help with hair loss, she didn't make photos of when her hair looked bad. Have you?

    The common response to hair loss is to withdraw from social interaction and shy away from photos. It is not common for people to go around talking about such personal problems or to take photos of themselves looking bad.

    In the case of the lady in our video, she visited with many doctors and dermatologists to find a solution. Her health was excellent and she was not experiencing any undue stress - so she was baffled by why her hair was thinning.

    Like the photos of other women on our website, she could see more scalp than normal when she parted her hair and the curl and bounce had gone out of her hair. Her hair had become thin, flat and unhealthy. Her hairline in the temple areas had thinned to the point of being a very big worry for her.

    It wasn't until she met with a hair specialist that she learned about Laser PhotoTherapy for hair and was introduced to the LaserComb. After treatment with the LaserComb, her hair became healthier in six months with clear improvements in density, shine, curl and manageability. She has been using the LaserComb to maintain the healthy looks of her hair for approximately two years now and is recently married to her high school sweetheart and expecting a baby.


    • #3
      I am very glad to hear that she is doing well. But I question your statement about people taking photos of themselves when their hair looked bad. There are always situations that you can't shy away from, such as family get-togethers, birthdays, holidays, and the such, where someone is going to have a camera. Granted, I don't like taking pictures of myself or having pictures made of me when I know my hair is thinning and I know how badly it looks, but my sister-in-law is a photographer and always has a camera around her neck.

      In addition, yes, I have also taken pictures of my thinning hair because I wanted some "before" pictures. I plan to take pictures at one month intervals so I can mark my progress with the Laser Comb. And I would hope that everyone who has thinning hair would do the same with whatever treatment they are using. Just as someone who is on a diet, they know how much they weigh before they start. Since hair isn't as easily measurable as weight, pictures would be your proof.

      I've looked at the pictures on your website, and I'm glad that it has worked for men who have MPB. However, I would really like to see some more pics of women who have diffuse thinning. Perhaps, the ladies in the forum who have had successes with the Comb would be happy to share some pics for you to post. I think it would be very encouraging for women to see more pics of other women. That's all.

      -- kittykate


      • #4
        Dear Kitty Kate,

        Hello and thank you for your posting. Here at Lexington Int'l we do encourage you to monitor your progress on the road to hairloss recovery, and welcome the thought of taking pictures.

        We are currently in the process of doing a "documercial" and if you have before and after shots where it is a noticeable improvement, we would certainly love to hear from you. If so please call our office at (866)527-3726, or (561)417-0200 from 9:00am to 5:00pm eastern time and speak with Dave Lerbs, or myself, or you may email me your photos at "". I look forward to hearing from all of you.

        Lexington Int'l


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