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  1. #1
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    Default some questions

    I am in week 9 of my treatment and I am pretty sure I am seeing some results. I have monitored my hair throughout the years and am seeing some growth of smaller, darker hairs in the front of my hairline. I also have a ton of small velous hairs all over because my hairloss is not too severe and I do still have my full hairline. From what I have read around the web, I am a strong candidate for laser therapy.

    However, I do have some questions.

    first of all, the new smaller, thinner hairs that are growing on my hairline arent as thick as my terminal hair. Will the continued use of the lasercomb thicken those new hairs over time? I am assuming that they will need to grow in, fall and regrow thicker and repeat that process to return to normal size??

    Also, I constantly come across articles online selling other brands of laser combs that state that hairmax is one laserbeam that is reflected off a mirror and all the others are true lasers. I would assume that the laser comb is 7,9 or 12 individual lasers.

    finally, I found a laser clinic in Phoenix that seems to be incredibly successful and their site states that it is possible to "over stimulate" the hair follicle and stunt the growth of the new hair.

    Your thoughts please.

  2. #2
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    Default Hairmax Lasercomb Efficacy

    Hi naturalapproach101

    Thank you for your post.

    We are glad that you are beginning to see results from the use of the HairMax. We recommend that you use the device for AT LEAST 20 weeks to judge results. However, all people react differently to treatment so it will be important to continue to use the HairMax indefinitely. Continued use of the HairMax can only improve the condition and quality of your hair over time.

    The HairMax in the United States does use a central laser that is emulated to nine beams. However, the total energy delivered is 655 nm which has been found from past research to be the ideal energy level needed to stimulate hair growth. So, it is not the number of lasers or how the energy is delivered, it is the total amount of energy delivered to the scalp that counts. In all non-U.S. markets including Canada, the HairMax Advanced 7 utilize 7 individual laser modules and the Lux 9 has 9 individual laser modules.

    You should know, that the results of the clinical study that proved efficacy of the HairMax and led to FDA Clearance utilized the same device which is marketed in the U. S. today.

    As pointed out above, there is an ideal 'sweet spot' that enables lasers to stimulate hair growth. Laser energy above that level can cause hair loss rather than growth so it is possible that some of the devices on the market that claim extra lasers, may be delivering too much energy which could cause hair damage rather than stimulating hair growth.

    We wish you success in your use of the HairMax LaserComb. Keep us informed as to your progress.

    LAS

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    Last edited by LAS; 02-17-2011 at 11:05 AM.

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    Default Are HairMax LaserComb Professional 12 is one laser beam reflected of a mirrow?

    I will be getting my laser comb pro 12 by today, is HairMax LaserComb Professional 12 is one laser beam reflected of a mirrow? Im living outside the state.

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    Default Hairmax pro 12 model

    Hi jeremac -

    Thank you for your post.

    The HairMax Professional 12 model has 12 laser modules, (not 1 reflected).

    We wish you success with treatment with the HairMax LaserComb.

    LAS

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