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  1. #1
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    Default can i use the laser comb?

    hi, im a 20 year old guy and i would like to know if i cud use the laser comb to improve the condition of my hair. i do not think i am goin bald because nobody in my family has suffered from hair loss but my mother has slightly thin hair and therefore i have thin hair too. i have medium length hair that hangs just above my shoulders and when i touch the top of my head i can feel my scalp easily through my hair. it is hard to tell if my hair has always been this thin but im worried i could start losing hair, i have also realised that my hairline is not in a straight line and goes up at each side of my head and on 1 side of my temple the hair is very thin and can easily see my head through the hair when i strand my hair up. so although i have not experienced any hair loss i do have quiet thin hair and would like to know if i can use the hair max comb to thicken my hair and just put my mind at ease about any future hair loss or receding that could possibly occur. i am hesitant to purchase a laser comb because i am worried that because im not losing hair that it could have a negative effect on my hair or make my hair shed some how. im willing to pay for this product even if i do not see much progress but would like to hear back from you please, i apologise for the long message but as you can tell my hair means a great deal to me. thanks

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    Default Hairmax Lasercomb Usage

    Hi joee123 -

    Thank you for your post.

    Using the HairMax LaserComb for overall hair health is a great option as it will help you to keep the hair you have and will help to minimize any excess fallout you may have in the future. However, your description of your hair condition may be an indication that you could be in the earliest stage of hereditary hair loss due to its thinness and also the fact that your hair line may have receded a little.

    If you don't have male pattern baldness, the HairMax will not cause shedding as the device only causes that to happen with what is called telogen hairs which are fine and wispy which are a hallmark of the condition. Should you experience any excess fallout when you begin to use the HairMax then you will know that you are in the very beginning stages of hereditary hair loss and the HairMax will help prevent the condition from worsening.

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

    LAS

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