The Twelve LPT Ways of Christmas

The Twelve LPT Ways of Christmas

January 19, 2016. Filed under Hairloss and Recovery . No Comments

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 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”?

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On the 1st day of Christmas, Theradome gave to me: a proprietary 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.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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 laser hair therapy 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.

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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.

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On the 10th 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.

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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!

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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!

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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 TheradomeTM!

 

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