Top Eight Benefits of Wearing a Laser Helmet

Top Eight Benefits of Wearing a Laser Helmet

February 16, 2017. Filed under Hairloss and Recovery . No Comments

So you (think) you know what laser hair therapy is all about. Women and men who experience hair thinning can wear a laser helmet to essentially reverse hair loss. While this is very true, did you know there are many other ways you can benefit from laser hair therapy? Whether you’re interested in glamming up your hair, think that you could always use more hair, or styling your curls has become a bit of a battle, read on! Your Theradome laser helmet is on its way to the rescue!


1) Boost your hair count

Yes, that’s right – we’ll start with the most obvious and documented, laser hair therapy effect on hair! Have you stepped into a hair salon with a magazine picture, telling your hairdresser you wanted your hair to look the exact same way? Did he tell you your hair wasn’t thick enough? Say no more. Only after a few months of treatment, a laser hair therapy device, such as the Theradome, can boost your hair count by up to 38%! This means that for every 100 hairs on your head, you get 38 extra hair shafts!

2) Minimize your shedding

You’re familiar with the concept of shedding: you wake up in the morning and see hair on your pillow, you brush your hair and low and behold, there’s hair in your brush, and you find yourself cleaning out your shower drain once too many often.

While it’s perfectly normal to shed every day, and at certain times of the year (plus a hundred of other reasons, including hormone fluctuations), shedding can get pretty annoying – especially when trying out a new hairstyle or hairdo that requires you to have as much hair as possible. By wearing a Theradome laser helmet as little as twice a week, you’ll experience a lot less shedding in times ahead.

3) Make your locks more manageable

Styling your hair should never be a burden; whether you’re struggling with frizz, entangled curls or poor texture, guess what – women who consistently wear a Theradome laser helmet report having hair with great texture and improved overall better quality and condition. Included in this is better curl retention if you sport gorgeous waves or curls.

4) Strengthen your hair follicles

You read this right. Studies have also shown that laser hair therapy users end up with hair with reported “increased tensile strength”. Translation: your hair shafts will become much more stronger. If your hair has become fragile because of your styling habits, you can energize your follicles and strengthen them with love by wearing a Theradome laser helmet.

5) Boost up your volume

It makes sense that more hair is equal to a thicker mane. But did you know that clinical studies also report thicker hair shaft diameter as one of the many benefits of laser hair therapy? A thicker diameter is bound to amplify your hair’s volume and you won’t even need to use half a can of hair spray.

6) Make your hair grow faster

Laser hair therapy not only addresses any issues you might have with overall thinning, but it also rectifies any scalp problems like dandruff, oiliness or anything that is the result of inflammation, which is normally linked to hair loss. So keep your scalp healthy and your hair will follow – including its ability to grow at an even faster rate!

7) Prevent hair loss

The effects of laser hair therapy on the hair growth cycle are well documented: no need to become a dermatologist to understand that your normal hair growth consists of a growing phase (~90%) and a resting phase (~10%). What do you think would happen if more hair than 90% ended up in the growing phase? Yes, you’d have thicker hair and probably a bigger smile too! As it turns out, laser hair therapy (when administered with a scientifically engineered device such as the Theradome) is proven to shift hair follicles into the growing phase, so over time, new follicles form with a lifespan that’s designed to live happily ever after on your head...or at least for longer than before.

8) Reverse hair thinning

Last but not least: if you haven’t taken the necessary precautions regarding hair loss, you might already be struggling with overall thinning. If you’re unsure, you can refer to the Savin Scale, which measures degrees of hair loss in women or ask your dermatologist about which classification best describes you. If you are losing hair, then say no more. Laser hair therapy is proven to reverse the entire hair loss process by giving energy to miniaturized hair and boosting new hair growth.

Keep in mind that the Theradome is designed to work with most stages of hair loss but the earlier you start treating, the better the outcome. So time to arm yourself with a laser helmet and get your hair back!

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