We normally think of chocolate as an indulgence, but did you know it packs in powerful nutritional benefits for your hair? It’s true! Enjoying dark chocolate (chocolate containing 70% cacao or higher) not only supports hair growth, it also combats some of the leading causes of hair loss.

Let’s take a look at the 5 ways chocolate can help you grow fuller, healthier hair!

1. High in Iron

Your hair follicles need a strong supply of oxygen, nutrients, and minerals in order to grow healthy hair.

You’ll also need good circulation and blood flow. That’s where iron comes into play. It helps form red blood cells to support blood flow to your scalp and is essential for transporting oxygen throughout your body.

If you are low in iron, the nutrient supply to your hair follicles is disrupted. This can affect your hair growth cycle and lead to shedding.

Additionally, one of the leading causes of hair loss in women is hypothyroidism, or an underactive thyroid. Iron powers an enzyme that helps your body produce thyroid hormones and it’s needed to convert your thyroid hormones to their active state.

One ounce of dark chocolate contains 3.4 mg of iron, which is 19% of the recommended daily value (DV)!

2. Rich in Copper

Like iron, copper is also key for the production of red blood cells supporting the circulation needed to nourish your hair follicles. Copper also plays a role in the production of collagen – a protein that supports healthy hair, smooth skin, and strong nails.

However, your body doesn’t produce copper naturally, so you’ll need to get it from your diet. Fortunately, you don’t need much, and dark chocolate contains 0.5 mg of copper per ounce, a whopping 25% of the DV!

3. Packed with Zinc

Did you know that low zinc levels can lead to hair loss and a dry, flaky scalp? No one wants that!

Plus, zinc is another nutrient needed to convert your thyroid hormones to an active state, powering your metabolism and fueling hair growth. It also helps regulate your levels of circulating thyroid hormones, so your body knows when you’re running low and need to ramp up production.

Your body doesn’t store zinc, so you’ll need to eat small amounts each day to maintain healthy levels. By enjoying one ounce of dark chocolate, you get 0.9 mg of zinc, which is 5% of the DV.

4. Contains Antioxidants

Scientists now understand that oxidative stress created by free radicals is what causes us to age. Oxidative stress plays a big role in hair aging, leading to hair loss and even graying.

Antioxidants, on the other hand, fight free radicals and prevent oxidative stress. It slows the aging process and the hair loss that goes along with it.

Dark chocolate, in particular, contains high levels of a type of antioxidant calls flavanols. In addition to fighting oxidative stress, flavanols have been shown to improve blood flow (getting essential nutrients to your hair follicles) and reduce blood pressure!

5. Improves Your Mood

Have you ever wondered why you get so much joy from indulging in rich, chocolatey treats? It turns out, it’s more than chocolate’s delicious taste!

Dark chocolate stimulates the production of endorphins, which are chemicals in your brain that create feelings of pleasure. Plus, dark chocolate contains serotonin, a natural antidepressant that improves your mood.

This is great news for your hair since stress is another common cause of hair loss! According to the Mayo Clinic, stress pushes hair follicles into a resting phase, essentially turning hair growth off. Stress also worsens alopecia areata, the autoimmune form of alopecia.

If you’re dealing with thinning hair or hair loss, try adding in a daily dose of dark chocolate in addition to wearing your Theradome hair restoration helmet. It’s powered by the state-of-the-art Low Laser Light Therapy (LLLT) technology to stop hair loss, thicken hair follicles, and regrow hair.

Bon Appetit!



Hair may have been necessary eons ago in the Cro-Magnon era camouflaging ourselves in the wild, but fortunately today this is no longer the case. Today, we want hair to be attractive. Reflecting an image of vigor, youth, health and confidence is probably just as important to you as it is to us. One way to maintain that is to prepare for hair shedding season.

Hair shedding season lasts around 6 weeks and happens twice a year. The first bump is small and occurs in the spring. The larger one–the one preparing you for winter (and hopefully not the “winter of your hair’s life”)–occurs in autumn. If singing Autumn Leaves during fall time carries a more profound meaning than you’d like, there are things you can do to trick nature. Here are four steps should you take during to prepare for hair shedding season to ensure your hair stays thick, healthy and full.

1. Use the Theradome Laser Helmet consistently

Laser hair therapy is clinically proven to minimize hair shedding, increase hair shaft diameter, and induce new hair growth. Prepare for hair shedding seasons with the FDA-cleared Theradome LH80 PRO, the world’s most technologically advanced laser hair therapy device. It is conveniently available to you for a fraction of the cost of professional laser hair loss clinics. Laser hair therapy fights hair loss. The power of the Theradome helmet is the best solution during hair shedding season with twice-a-week sessions to stay ahead of the game.

2. Pay attention to your hair shedding

It’s normal to lose a certain number of hairs a day. You probably have a general sense of what’s normal for you. Although it’s hard to tell, you may notice more hair loss (typically ranging from 80 – 150 hairs a day) during hair shedding season. Check your brush, pillows, and, your clogged shower drain for lost hairs. Don’t forget the presence and influence of the all-mighty DNA that aims to create copies of your relatives’ scalps. Some people shed more, some people shed less. Chances are their rates of hair loss in the midst of hair shedding season also differ.

Still worried? The safest bet is to consult your doctor if you’re uncertain of any significant hair loss. Make an appointment to rule out any serious health problems. Since hair is technically the last thing your body really needs, it is first on the chopping block when it comes to down to preserving what’s crucially important for your survival.

3. Take natural supplements that promote hair growth

There are a few natural supplements that are known to help with overall hair and scalp health, such as biotin, selenium, and zinc. Including foods rich in these in your overall diet, taking supplements will prepare your body and hair for the hair shedding months ahead. Just remember to always consult a physician when taking supplements/vitamins, especially if you are currently on medication, are pregnant or have any health conditions.


Biotin, a water-soluble vitamin B

It’s known for encouraging healthy hair, scalp, skin, nails, immunity and cellular energy production. Biotin can’t reverse hair loss, but has been shown to encourage healthy hair to grow faster and longer. Biotin also wards off chemicals and hormones that aggravate hair loss.

Furthermore, if you are biotin-deficient, you’ll consequentially suffer from a compromised state of health of hair shedding. During hair shedding season, biotin should hence be taken at a daily dose of 5000 mcg–(not to be confused with mg–1000 mcg = 1 mg).


It supports hair growth and can prevent hair loss. Selenium reduces levels of dandruff and fights the presence of the Malassezia fungus.

This can cause inflammation and result in the sad dwindling and hair shedding of your locks. In fact, selenium is often included in anti-dandruff shampoos. Take between 100 and 250 mcg of selenium every day during hair shedding season to prevent clogging of your shower drain.


A trace mineral present in the human body and plays a crucial role in protein synthesis, cell reproduction, tissue growth, vitamin absorption and hormonal balance. Zinc boosts your immune system and also strengthens hair shafts as well as contributes to hair regrowth. No one wants that. Zinc also maintains scalp health and an overall balanced production of sebum– an oil secreted by glands essential for healthy hair lubrication. During hair shedding season, try incorporating 30 mg of zinc into your daily regimen.

4. Prepare for hair shedding season ahead of time

Now is the time to revisit your good intentions. With the above regimen, you are now fully armed to affront the hair shedding curse of autumn and spring for years to come. Mark these periods on your yearly calendar. Prepare for hair shedding season well ahead of time with a supply of supplements and a ready-to-go optimum FDA-cleared Theradome. Engineered in the U.S., the Theradome relies solely on science to prevent and reverse hair loss. It’s wearable, cordless features make it easy to include into your routine–especially during the inevitable hair shedding times ahead.


Breast cancer is the second cancer (after skin cancer) with which American women are diagnosed. According to the reputable, non-profit organization Breastcancer.org, 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer during the course of her life. While there are too many factors at play to really narrow the causes, some scientists speculate that genes and lifestyle factors can sometimes play a role.

Traditional treatment for breast cancer can involve a combo of chemotherapy and sometimes even radiation in an attempt to destroy the presence of cancer cells. First, radiation is never an option for left-breast cancer patients, as this could severely damage their heart. As for chemo? Chemo involves the destruction of anything that’s rapidly dividing on a molecular level, such as deleterious cancer cells. Unfortunately, anything “rapidly dividing” also implies hair follicles, which multiply every 24 hours or so. This is why chemo patients frequently lose their hair. Hair usually grows back after the end of treatment, but its quality and texture is often inferior to its original state of luxuriousness.

The good news is that first of all, today’s advancing technologies are such that thorough screenings and regular medical check-ups can help anyone concerned about breast cancer– either for prevention or early detection. Early detection means much greater chances of remission. And anyone horrified at the prospect of losing hair could potentially also address this problem. Current standard options for fighting chemo-induced hair loss can be incommodious, but much more effective (and less-invasive!) methods point to the use of laser hair therapy.

Laser hair therapy is a new, advanced natural solution to hair loss that can be effective at treating alopecia (the medical term for hair loss) in both genders with no side effects. Its applications are becoming more and more popular around the globe: hair loss experts, scientists, and physicians are publishing their clinical studies regarding the use of laser hair therapy for various hair loss conditions, such as androgenetic alopecia, alopecia areata, and chemo-induced hair loss. One particular study shows a 39% hair count increase in androgenetic alopecia patients undergoing laser hair therapy treatment every other day for 16 weeks.

What about laser hair therapy studies that involve chemo-induced hair loss? Here’s where it gets even more interesting. You may or may not be aware of the fact that we humans share 99% of our genes with mice, which is why medical research often involves testing new therapies on the mice family. A promising clinical study regarding chemo & hair loss involves hair regrowth in a rat model with FDA-cleared laser hair therapy technology. In this study, rats were given chemo agents in order to induce alopecia. Rats which received laser hair therapy treatment in conjunction with chemo regrew hair 5 days earlier than rats receiving either a sham treatment or none at all. Five days doesn’t seem like much, but it most likely means a few months for humans. To boot, the quality and texture of fur regrowth with laser hair therapy was just as good, if not superior to the rats’ original coat. And no– the chemo’s efficacy was not affected by laser hair therapy during the study. These results, combined with the fact that previous studies show that laser hair therapy promotes hair regrowth in most hair loss patients, indicate that laser hair therapy could prevent or reduce chemo-induced hair loss as well as accelerate hair regrowth during or after chemo treatments.

Specific studies show that most patients diagnosed with androgenetic alopecia undergoing laser hair therapy experience a decrease of vellus hairs, an increase of terminal hairs, and an thicker hair shaft diameter, leading to overall improved thickness and an optimized hair growth cycle. It is hence hypothesized that chemo-induced hair loss may be prevented, reduced, and/or reversed by laser hair therapy through the same mechanisms that are clinically proven to reverse androgenetic alopecia.

Sending breast cancer patients to expensive and inconvenient laser hair therapy clinics might conflict with their medical treatment schedules, aggravate psychological stress and physical exhaustion associated with cancer, not to mention unnecessarily compromise their weakened immune systems with an increased risk of virus exposure. Rather, providing patients with affordable, user-friendly, easy-to-use and non-invasive laser hair therapy devices for use at home would maximize patient compliance and increase treatment efficacy. With this approach, chemotherapy-induced hair loss could potentially be reversed faster during or after a course of chemo, or could simply be avoided all together.

The Theradome LH80 PRO is the world’s most technologically advanced laser hair therapy device that can be used in the comfort and privacy of a patient’s home. Developed by a former NASA scientist and manufactured in the U.S., the Theradome relies solely on science and cutting edge technology to treat hair loss at a cellular level. Ultra-convenient features include a hands-free, cordless apparatus and automated treatment sessions, conducted with voice-over technology and timed by a high-tech microchip processor. Wearing the Theradome helmet has been proven through FDA trials to be effective for a large majority of patients with only 20-minute, twice-a-week sessions that over time, result in minimized shedding, increased hair shaft diameter and new hair growth.

Naturally, should this be an option you wish to explore, make sure to talk to your oncologist about your plan and let us know if you have any questions!


Thinking about embarking on hair restoration quest with laser hair therapy? Great. Does your scalp have any shiny blotches, spots, or scars? Regardless of whether there’s only one, glossy, sparkling area or a buffered appearance is gradually invading your entire head, it’s bad news. Your hair follicles have become buried underneath a layer of skin due to an increased production of epidermal growth factor (EGF). Fear not: as in with all things in life, problems can often be overcome with the right approach.

So first– why will individuals with shiny, smooth areas or scars on their scalps have more obstacles to climb over while growing back the thick hair of which they’ve been robbed? The goals of laser hair therapy involve surmounting all obstacles (quite literally), as coherent laser beams zip through your scalp to re-energize malnourished hair follicles. Any layer of skin that stands in the way will be problematic. The good news is, you can still grow back a full head of thick hair with the help of an optimum laser hair therapy device, but provided you first undergo hair restoration surgery.

Women usually don’t have any “scalp shine” to worry about, but may still benefit from surgery if their hair loss degree is considered advanced. And in the case of individuals who just want to accelerate the results of their hair restoration journey, undergoing a hair transplant is still an excellent option, provided a few precautionary measures are taken. Read on…!

Hair restoration surgery involves harvesting hair follicles from other parts of the body and transplanting them to other areas of concern– i.e.: scalp areas in need of help, which usually depend on your gender.

For men, it’s most commonly the front of the scalp– the first stages of hair loss in men usually involve a receding hairline. Yes, you know what we’re talking about. If you’re reading this, then you may have even started undergoing your dreaded, weekly mirror check: pulling your frontal hair back to see if, like a plague, your very existence (and hair) are being stolen from you as your temples and frontal areas gradually lose their lavish coverage. Are you gasping? We are! What’s next? The crown area of course, eventually leaving you with an awful decrepit-looking sort of “fringe” that circles your head, referred to by medical professionals as a “horseshoe pattern”. Despite its name, it has nothing to do with luck: the pattern transforms you from being a hardworking, charismatic and successful professional sitting at his desk to sweet old Grandpa sitting in his rocking chair.

For women, hair loss typically appears as diffuse overall thinning. You might one day notice that you need three twists of an elastic band instead of two as you throw your hair back into a ponytail. Or perhaps you’ve already frowned at your reflection in the mirror, trying to gauge whether the central parting of your hairline has gotten a tad wider. Or are you simply being paranoid? Maybe not… What’s next– the inevitable progression of the parting that slowly stretches out and invades your scalp, eventually even perhaps settling in a circular shape that vaguely resembles a destroyed crop circle.

But wait, why are we even discussing this? Isn’t there something you can do– as in right now? Yes there is! Let’s carry on with our hair transplant discussion.
According to professional surgeons and hair restoration specialists (as in, the guys that know everything), some hair transplants, if not performed adequately, can initially traumatize the scalp and can result in a significant loss of hair during the following year; some patients can even experience scarring and poor wound healing.

Sometimes, surrounding hair gives up and commits mass suicide (this is known as shock loss) and transplanted donor follicles can also experience difficulties in adapting to their “new – environment”– meaning whatever scalp areas you’ve classified as needing immediate rescue. But don’t despair! Clinical studies have examined the use of laser hair therapy in conjunction with hair transplants. Due to the anti-inflammatory properties of cold lasers, the benefits of laser hair therapy in combination with hair transplants include, with an optimal device:

  • Minimized shedding, which reduces the amount of hair graphs needed for a complete surgery
  • A strengthened, fortified scalp in preparation for the traumatic upcoming operation
  • Hair cells restored to a healthy state (i.e.– before hair loss took its toll and stuck your follicles into a weakened state), prepping the scalp for surgery
    Stronger hair follicles before and after surgery with a much higher probability of surviving the operation
  • A faster reduction rate of swelling, redness and inflammation post-surgery
  • A prolonged recovery period for hair grafts to survive the surgery and grow

So, why is this exactly? Laser hair therapy has been shown to fortify the scalp and everything associated with it. But why does laser hair therapy work so effectively well with hair restoration surgery?

In the case of pre-surgical patients, laser hair therapy promotes better cell health and strengthens weakened hair follicles by stimulating their mitochondria with powerful laser light in preparation for the upcoming operation. (Wait, mito-what? No need to dig up your high school biology notes. The mitochondria of cells acts just like your car engine– it generates energy for hair cells to use and grow into follicles).

Furthermore, laser hair therapy increases the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which induces the release of nitric oxide (not to be confused with nitrous oxide, the laughing gas that you inhale at the dentist). As a result, the reduction rate of swelling, redness and inflammation after a procedure is accelerated. With quick healing and minimized inflammation, the scalp of patients (such as yours perhaps) will have the ability to repair surgical lesions at an accelerated pace, while giving energy to transplanted hairs. Energy is good, especially when dealing with weakened, traumatized hair pondering the meaning (or lack thereof) of their existence.

Just be sure to use a laser hair therapy device recommended by industry leaders (such as Bosley and HairClub) and thousands of hair restoration clinics around the world. Some handheld contraptions are made with cheap Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), which are worthless when it comes to energizing the base of hair follicles, while others claim to administer clinical strength treatments in less than 90 seconds. Don’t bother with these and do your diligent research. Always remember that twenty minutes of treatment is essential for reviving the mitochondria of hair cells with an optimal dosage of energy.

As mentioned earlier, “scalp shine” is a lot less likely to occur for women so you may be able to forego any type of surgery and reverse your hair loss at home with an optimal laser hair therapy device. Remember that the earlier you start, the better the outcome; prevention goes a long way, and laser hair therapy is the best measure you can take to correct and prevent damage to your hair while maintaining optimum scalp health.

Thankfully the world’s most technologically-advanced device is now available to all for a fraction of the cost of clinical hair loss clinics. Undergoing laser hair therapy with the FDA-cleared Theradome LH80 PRO– before and after a hair transplant– can result in stronger hair follicles with a higher probability of surviving the operation. Your extra amounts of “survivor” hair grafts will grow into healthy, terminal hairs, so that you can combat that nightmarish horseshoe pattern or desecrated crop circle until you triumph over hair loss with glory.


The time for giving and receiving is quickly approaching… Are you in the midst of scribbling and trying to finalize your Christmas present list? Are you stuck somewhere? Or are you tired of buying the newest plasma TV, laptop, iPad, or i-whatever else? Have no fear. This year you can literary put the BEST gift under the tree. Whether it’s for your mother, grandmother, father, uncle, or significant other suffering from hair loss, or for your younger niece/daughter who takes hours to do her hair and make-up in the bathroom, you can give them something that NOTHING ELSE on the market can provide: a thick head of healthy hair with the world’s most technologically advanced Hair Laser Phototherapy (LPT) device.

Why is our helmet guaranteed to bring a smile to your loved ones during the upcoming holiday season? It goes beyond true loves giving partridges in pear trees. The Theradome relies on science, unlike some other LPT devices out there, but what other twelve adornments decorate our LPT helmet such that Hark! the angels sing, “Glory to the Theradome”?

On the 1st day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: a proprietary hair laser technology

To give the gift of hair growth, you need lasers: coherent, individual laser diodes that have the power to penetrate the scalp and reach the base of hair follicles. Using anything but coherent light is like digging into Aunt Zelda’s rock-solid fruitcake with a plastic knife. You just won’t get the job done.

On the 2nd day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: ZERO LEDs

See the lights on your Christmas tree? Although very pretty, they shine incoherently. They’re called Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs). So if there’s anyone in the family that you dislike, now’s your chance to offer them some type of LED-based device (such as certain types of laser combs since these are often manufactured with LEDs). You can also instruct your unlucky family member to stand under the tree under the lights, amongst the presents, in the hopes of growing or thickening their hair.

On the 3rd day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: FULL SCALP coverage

Why would anyone want to treat sporadic parts of his/her scalp during a scheduled hair growth session? Our helmet offers 582 cm2 of coverage and ensures that ALL AREAS are treated during each session.

On the 4th day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: 80 powerful, individual laser diodes

You may not have heard of him, but there is someone known as the LPT Grinch. He sneaks around laser bands and splits their laser diodes into 80-something beams with deceptive tricks of a fiber optics nature. One laser diode split into 80+ beams will provide 1/80th (or so) of power. Sounds pretty weak? Certainly is. You need to reach the base of hair follicles with FULL POWER. So skip the laser band– might as well wrap a wig for Aunt Zelda or a toupee for Uncle Max and stick that under the Christmas tree!

On the 5th day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: the ability to multitask while regrowing my hair

Why would you want to stand in front of the mirror for 20 minutes and manually comb your hair with a laser comb? You’re bound to aggravate everyone by monopolizing the bathroom and miss out on the festivities. The Theradome is wearable, cordless and operates hands-free so hey, you could even be re-growing your hair as you unwrap presents or sing Christmas carols. Just don’t indulge in too much eggnog and add impromptu dancing to your caroling, and please refrain from engaging into any snowball fights while wearing the Theradome.

On the 6th day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: a device that communicates by talking

The Theradome doesn’t sing Jingle Bells (yet), but it does talk and can provide an excuse to drown out any holiday squawking (not the partridge’s, but perhaps Aunt Zelda’s). You get to enjoy hearing multiple audio messages throughout treatment in a selection of languages (so here’s your chance to learn French in case no one got the hint to get you Rosetta Stone), including when treatment is starting, count down session times and if any action is required, such as recharging the Theradome.

On the 7th day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: an OPTIMAL DOSAGE OF ENERGY

After finishing the leftover eggnog, you’ll need the right dosage of aspirin to cure your headache. The same principle applies for re-growing/thickening your hair: you need the RIGHT AMOUNT OF ENERGY to revive the mitochondria of hair cells. Twenty minutes of treatment time allows for coherent laser light to do its job and initiate the photobiostimulation of hair follicles with this perfect amount of energy.

On the 8th day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: a microchip processor

As you’re bound to see from the multitude of iPads and other gadgets being unwrapped, great tech today is available everywhere. It’s almost a no-brainer to equip premium hair laser hair phototherapy devices with a microchip processor. No need to time your sessions with the pocket watch Grandpa gives you every year: the Theradome offers programmed treatment sessions with an automatic shut-off when reaching completion. Don’t forget the other perks, such as an automatic counter that tracks your number of treatments, a monitoring of temperature range and battery level, and of course, our voice-over readouts and instructions.

On the 9th day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: a unique wavelength developed for hair growth

Red light is not only a Christmas color, but also corresponds to the wavelength needed to treat hair loss and promote hair growth. With much research and clinical testing, Theradome has narrowed the ideal wavelength for hair growth to be 678 ± 8 nm. Using a wavelength out of that range is like trying to bake gingerbread cookies without turning on the oven.

Keep in mind that your DVD of A Charlie Brown Christmas uses lasers of 655 nm, while your mother’s Top 50 Christmas Songs CD needs 635-nm lasers in order to be read. This means these lasers are cheaply available overseas where they are manufactured in bulk with low quality– so any laser hair contraption that uses either of these wavelengths is just that: cheap and of low quality.

On the 10 th Day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: FDA-clearance

You would never celebrate Christmas without singing The Twelve Days of Christmas, and you should never buy a medical device that doesn’t have FDA clearance. The Theradome is FDA-cleared, which means it had to go undergo rigorous testing to prove its safety and efficacy.
This includes a no-heat generation policy. Feelings of warmth are always appreciated during the holidays, but an LPT device should never output heat. Laser caps are made in China, and are just what they sound like– a baseball cap with lasers, so might as well put laser diodes in a Santa Claus hat. They often produce heat, which can harm the scalp and reduce the efficacy of treatment. This isn’t something you need to worry about with the Theradome: less than 1 degree Celsius is generated during a 20-minute treatment.

On the 11th day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: a simple, one-button operating system

You’ve already battled with tangled Christmas lights, and tried to establish a simple, organized present-unwrapping protocol, so no need to complicate your life further. You won’t be struggling with tangled cords, setting levels or confusing treatment-programming jargon with the Theradome. Our one-button operating system makes everything easy for you. All you need to do is charge the Theradome with its micro-USB charging equipment and firmware and you’re good to go!

On the 12th day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: a lifetime of savings

Everyone’s budget is tight after the holidays. No one wants to add monthly expenses by visiting LPT hair clinics, which can total up to $10,000 over the course of 10 years. Not only is the Theradome available for a one-time fee of $895, but our helmet offers the LOWEST COST of $11.18 per laser. For comparison purposes, an instrument often used in hair loss clinics costs $65,000 with 82 lasers. Do the math: that means you’re paying for treatments to help the clinic cover their $792.68 per laser expenses!

So there you have it. Whether your daughter is sporting hair extensions and needs to strengthen her hair, your third cousin’s hairline is beginning to recede, your niece has been looking at Aunt Zelda’s thinning hair with concern, or you’re wasting time in the bathroom figuring out which hairstyle will hide your problematic areas– you can now put all concerns at rest. Order the Theradome today in time for the upcoming holidays and plunge into the Christmas spirit with a technological edge.

Happy Holidays from Theradome!


Theradome®, Inc. Highlights Empowering Facts About Female Hair Loss and Female Androgenetic Alopecia

Theradome marks National Hair Loss Awareness Month with an information and empowerment campaign for the nearly 30 million women in the United States who experience androgenetic alopecia, or hair loss. As part of the Hope After Hair Loss initiative, we created this “Female Hair Loss: The Facts” infographic, which dispels common myths and misconceptions about female androgenetic alopecia.

If you or someone you love has been affected by hair loss – we encourage you to share this information and the important message that this is a common issue and help is available. Want a PDF copy? CLICK HERE

Facts About Female Hair Loss:

The most important message for this Hair Loss Awareness Month is that you are not alone. There are thousands of trained professionals ready to help you with hair loss and it’s up to you to take the first step and pick up the phone. Want to learn more about how you can slow or stop hair loss and safely regrow hair at home? Learn more about Theradome.


Spring is often a time when families will get new portraits. Whether it’s the lingering light at the end of the day following the time change, or the rare opportunity to have extended family around for holidays – this time of year is always a good opportunity to get a new portrait.

For people with thin, lanky or even balding hair, this can be a source of anxiety. They often try any of a hundred different remedies to make their hair look as healthy as possible for the big picture day.

Some will try to swap shampoo on the day before the big shoot. And though some hair products do work to strengthen and repair hair, it’s a temporary solution. And why would you only want healthy hair for one day?

Those who want to try to maintain healthy hair over a long period of time will often make deep conditioning a habit. Sometimes they’ll even add in common, everyday hygiene practices – such as blasting their hair with cold water, drying their hair with a microfiber towel, or even something as simple as using a wide-tooth comb on wet hair.

These methods, though all mildly successful, don’t have near the lasting impact as using the Theradome LH80 PRO, a red light therapy helmet. By using Theradome for 20 minutes, twice a week, anybody can notice a shiny, full-bodied head of hair. Women all over the world, in particular, have been praising the results of using Theradome to give their hair a healthier, more vibrant look.

We’re so confident in the results you’ll see after using Theradome LH80 Pro that we encourage you to take before and after pictures of your hair and compare. Get close-ups of your scalp so that you can see how Theradome helps regenerate cell growth at the scalp level, thereby increasing the number of hairs per tuft and increasing the weight and full-bodied look.

Not only will this make for great Spring-time portraits, but it’ll help give you a vibrant, healthy look all year long. What’s more, use of the Theradome on a regular rotation of 20 minutes, twice a week, will also help with hair regeneration. That means those who are suffering from a receding hairline, bald spots, or early onset alopecia, can start to regrow hair by using the Theradome red light therapy helmet.

Theradome has been FDA cleared and has a proven track-record for tens of thousands of patients all over the world. It’s an affordable hair treatment solution that anyone can use in the comfort of their own homes.

So if you’re getting ready to schedule some pictures for yourself or the family this Spring, make sure to get the Theradome LH80 PRO helmet first. Every time you walk past that picture hanging on your wall, you’ll be glad you did.


April Fool’s Day is just around the corner, and while practical jokes and pranks can be fun, you don’t want to fall for some of the myths out there about laser hair therapy.

Theradome has helped thousands of people suffering from hair loss over the years with its LH80 PRO laser therapy helmet. But despite those success stories, some people who experience hair loss are still hesitant to give laser hair therapy a try because of some of the laser hair therapy myths they’ve heard that they now accept as fact. So to help alleviate some of your hesitation, here are five myths debunked:


Nothing could be further from the truth, though we understand how this myth got started. When you think of lasers you probably envision the searing hot rays portrayed in film or on television. But those are different than the lasers used by Theradome’s LH80 PRO helmet. This helmet uses low-level laser therapy that operates with the deepest penetration of optical wavelength – 678nm. There’s no heat and cool to the touch! With the right amount of wavelength, these lasers can penetrate more deeply into the scalp to stimulate cells and promote hair regrowth.


There are mountains of success stories and case studies that show definitively that laser hair therapy works. Using Theradome’s LH80 PRO regularly for 20 minutes a day, twice a week has proven to promote hair regrowth. Story after story relate how hair is thicker, fuller and more beautiful after using the LH80 PRO.


Oddly enough, this myth can be found attached to almost every hair color … and it’s false in every case. Clients who use the Theradome LH80 PRO helmet are blonde, brunette, redheads and every color in between – and all of them have reported positive results after using the red light therapy technology as present in the Theradome.


While it’s true that laser hair therapy has proven to produce positive results for those who use Theradome’s LH80 PRO helmet, it’s also true that it doesn’t work for everyone. You should always consult with your doctor or a hair loss expert to find out the right solution for you, and to determine if there are any underlying medical issues prior to red light therapy treatment. And Theradome would love to help you find a hair loss expert near you to get the answers you want!


Theradome’s LH80 PRO helmet is affordable, a ONE-TIME cost, and the long-term results of its consistent use make it a no-brainer investment. And with Theradome’s new partnership with Eclipse Aesthetics, finding an affordable laser therapy helmet near you is easier than ever! Plus, the LH80 PRO has FDA clearance to treat androgenetic alopecia (hair loss), which makes it the perfect option for your hair loss treatments.


Arrival of spring

The arrival of spring is almost always a welcome one. Warm weather, beautiful flowers, and green grass are just a few of the many things that tend to bring joy to us all.

But with spring comes a few things that give our hair a hassle – including humidity and windy days. On top of that, spring always brings new trends in clothing and hairstyles. Anyone suffering with hair loss or low hair density will tell you that it can sometimes be a period of anxiety.

Theradome LH80 PRO can help

Whether your hair is prone to flyaways or you fight with bald spots, Theradome’s LH80 PRO helmet can help give you a beautiful head of hair for these spring months.

Often times, women who want to adopt the latest hairstyles during the spring utilize gels and hairspray. It helps to keep their hair in the right spot during the windy spring months. This can often reveal bald spots or bare scalp where there’s low hair growth. But Theradome’s LH80 PRO helmet uses red light technology that helps encourage hair growth at the root level. By wearing the helmet for only 20 minutes a day, twice a week, women can feel confident in styling their hair. They won’t have to fear exposing bald spots. So don’t worry, ladies, braids and “The High Pony” – which is one of spring’s hottest hairstyles – will look great on you with a little help from the LH80 PRO.

“The High Pony” isn’t the only hot hairstyle though. Other trendy hairstyles include super sleek to flat waves and from the grown-out shag to slick and shiny. Many of spring’s hair trends will require women to bust out flat irons or curlers. While these tools can be useful to deal with frizz, they can also be harmful to your hair. Hair gels and mousse that contain polymers and copolymers can help keep your hair healthy when using these tools. But the Theradome LH80 PRO is an even better hair regrowth treatment.

How does the Theradome LH80 PRO work?

Theradome’s helmet works by providing light energy to hair cells that have been cut off from the body’s blood supply. It also provides necessary nutrients to make it vibrant and healthy. By creating a new photonic pathway, these damaged cells can then benefit from the helmet’s revitalizing laser energy.

Theradome’s helmet is completely wireless, convenient to use at home, and a great investment. It has a nearly 100 percent reliability rate. So if you’re ready to try out that new hairstyle, do so with confidence and let Theradome join you on your journey during this season of regrowth.


One of the best solutions for hair loss treatment is a combination of Platelet Rich Plasma injections and laser phototherapy from devices such as Theradome’s LH80 PRO helmet.

Platelet Rich Plasma

PRP can be harvested from the blood stream of every human being. This simple process includes extracting the plasma from a patient’s blood, then using that PRP to help with healing of injured areas of the body. PRP cells contain stem cells which are proving to be extremely beneficial for repairing and reversing inflammatory diseases. Because of the restorative properties of PRP it is becoming a popular in-clinic procedure to naturally promote quick healing.

Some applications for PRP include orthopedics, sports medicine, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, dermatology and cosmetic surgery. It has also been successfully used in plastic surgery procedures to promote soft tissue recovery. In dermatology, it’s used when treating active acne, scar revision, and wrinkles.

One of the most exciting new discoveries of PRP’s use is in treating hair loss. By injecting PRP into the scalp of patients, the process has proven to improve hair follicle function and promote new hair growth. A significant reduction of hair loss accompanied by an augmentation of hair density was also observed.

For both male and females, treating androgenetic alopecia with PRP is a simple, feasible, and natural therapeutic tool for fighting hair loss without any adverse side effects. It has high overall patient satisfaction and tolerance.

Combining Platelet Rich Plasma and laser phototherapy

Many clinical physicians are reporting positive results when PRP injections are combined with a regular regimen of laser phototherapy. Clinical studies show a positive, synergetic relationship between both LPT and PRP. LPT is proven to reduce inflammation. This is a natural reaction for patients who receive a series of PRP injections into the scalp. Professional clinics that treat hair growth with PRP injections are beginning to offer them along with LPT to optimize hair restoration treatment.

It’s so popular that dermatologists are increasingly lauding the benefits they see of PRP and LPT combined treatments. Theradome has partnered with the largest medical equipment supplier in the country, Eclipse Aesthetics, to put the LH80 PRO helmet into the hands of more clinicians.

Why Theradome?

Theradome’s LH80 PRO is designed specifically to be used for treatments such as these. Its proprietary laser technology uses 80 medical-grade laser diodes that create photobiostimulation of hair follicles. These helmets also come with a variety of personal touches that patients testify to being convenient. This includes built-in speakers, a micro-USB port, and foam pads for comfort.

PRP injections and LPT are both clinically effective, powerful tools for fighting hair loss. They are proven to increase hair density, minimize shedding and promote new hair growth by using natural medical alternatives that cause no harm to human health. By combining the healing, regenerative capabilities of Platelet Rich Plasma with Laser Phototherapy, this optimum PRP/LPT hair restoration treatment is well on its way to becoming the most powerful and effective tool today for fighting hair loss.