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Thread: Hair color coming back?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2014

    Default Hair color coming back?

    I have black hair that's greying around the edges & lightly scattered grey thru the rest of my hair. I've been using my Laser Comb since December 21, & I'm starting to notice that there are spots on either side of my center part & other areas where the new growth seems to be growing in black. Is this a normal effect of the laser comb? So far I haven't had any shedding at all. Does everyone experience shedding or just some people? My nape area, which had thinned out & was very short, also seems to be filling in more & getting longer.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2008

    Default Hairmax lasercomb and grey hair

    Hi BlueCornMoon -

    Thank you very much for the post.

    We are gratified hear that you are starting to see results from treatment with the HairMax LaserComb. We have heard reports from users such as yourself, that use of the HairMax causes to come in black instead of grey. While no formal studies have been conducted to verify this, we believe that the HairMax may be stimulating the melanocytes in the hair follicle which affects hair color, causing them to begin making hair black again.

    As we have pointed out so many times here on the Forum, excess shedding is variable from individual to individual, as some people never experience it and other do - you are one of those who is not experiencing excess shedding.

    Hair grows an average of 1/2 inch a month, so at this stage you should are probably experiencing evidence that the HairMax is beginning to work. That is why we recommend that users of the device continue treatment for at least 20 weeks to judge results.

    Thank you again for your post. We wish you continued success in your use of the HairMax LaserComb.


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