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Thread: Very curious question

  1. #1
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    Default Very curious question

    Let's say the top of my head has about 50,000 hairs and out of those hairs there are approximately 15000 thinning hairs within those 50,000 hairs, so my question is; Will all of those 15,000 hairs fall out during the initial shed and then start growing thicker hairs? Or, will only the hairs that are in the resting phase fall out during the initial shed? I'm worried that I will go bald until the new thicker hairs start growing out. Currently, nobody can tell that I have some thinning hairs on the top of my head and some people would think I'm crazy for considering using the product, but only I can tell the diffrence from when I was 20 and now (23). Would it be a benefit for me to use the comb to just prevent future hairloss, or should I not risk going thinner due to the initial shed? Your answers are very much appreciated

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    Default Hairmax Lasercomb And Shedding

    Hi BigBosnian -

    Thanks for your post.

    As we have said a number of times, the HairMax does not cause shedding of hair. The device only stimulates vellus/fine hairs to fall out and grow thicker terminal hair in its place. This is only a transient reaction until new hair starts to grow in.

    In your case, the earlier you start using the HairMax, the better chance you will have in preventing further fall out. If you exhibit some shedding, do not get concerned as it is a sign that the HairMax is working. Your hair will return in better condition that it was before you began using the HairMax. Just give it time to work

    We wish you success in your use of the HairMax LaserComb.

    LAS

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