Theradome Hair Beam Laser Therapy Massage Helmet

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Theradome Hair Beam Laser Therapy Massage Helmet

Hair loss affects 80,000,000 people in the US alone, and over 1,500,000,000 people globally. Forty percent of them are women who find the condition emotionally distressing and tougher to cure than male pattern baldness. Yet we found that almost every treatment on the market was aimed at males, specialist clinics were prohibitively expensive, and many women simply didn't have any viable options. The TheradomeTM is the first and only FDA OTC cleared, wearable clinical strength laser treatment that has a proven triple action: Grows new, healthy hair. Doubles the follicle size of existing hair. Slows down and stops hair loss. The key to treating hair loss is lasers, but all lasers are not created equal. We use specially developed, high efficiency lasers that allow us to deliver the maximum amount of light and cover 582 cm2 of the 720 cm2 total scalp area in the average human head. We don't want to bore you with numbers, but with over 440 Joules per treatment and an optimized wavelength of 678 +/-8nm, each of the 80 lasers is precisely tailored for maximum hair growth.
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