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Thread: Will hair max laser comb work on its own??

  1. #1
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    Oct 2010
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    Default Will hair max laser comb work on its own??

    Hi

    I'm 20 yrs old male

    And experiencing male pattern baldness (male members of my family from my father and mother side are bald lol ! )


    I'm just wondering is it ok to use only the laser comb ?

    Will it be enough?
    Since I'm not comfortable with other products such as minoxidil and propercia

    And don't want to use them at all

    And one more thing....

    How long the itchiness will last and does the laser comb cause dry scalp??

    Oh yeah...do u think supplementary vitamins will help??

    Thank you for your help

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    Default Hairmax Lasercomb Efficacy

    Hi Mohuk -

    Thank you for your post.

    The earlier you start treatment, the better will be the results. At your age with male pattern baldness starting to occur and with your family history, now is the time for you to begin using the HairMax. The HairMax has been proven to promote hair growth and prevent further fallout when used as sole therapy. That said, if you want to take supplements with the device, that may also help with your condition. Also, make sure that you are using a sulfate free shampoo.

    It is good to keep in mind, that you may experience hair shedding when you begin treatment, but this is a sign that the HairMax is working and will eventually stop as treatment continues.

    In the small number of people that have mild side effects, such as itching, etc., we have found that those tend to disappear after a few weeks of use. The Hair Max does not cause scalp dryness - this can be caused by excess shampooing or even the brand of shampoo you are using.

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

    LAS

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