At Home FDA-Cleared Hair Restoration Device Launches Special Edition Pink Laser Helmet; Company Donates Thousands to Benefit Women with Breast Cancer
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 29, 2015— Theradome Inc., creator of the world’s most technologically advanced laser hair therapy helmet for home use, announces a new partnership with Breastcancer.org for October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Theradome Founder Tamim Hamid met with Vice President of Partnerships and Development for Breastcancer.org Rita Lusen yesterday to officially kick off their partnership and present a check for $5,000 to the nonprofit organization. With the launch of a special limited edition pink helmet, Breastcancer.org and Theradome Inc. will be working together to raise funds for breast cancer research and awareness. Theradome will donate a portion of all pink helmet proceeds to Breastcancer.org throughout the month of October.
“Knowing that many of the women benefitting from our convenient, at home device have undergone hair loss as a result of chemotherapy, it is important for us to give back to the breast cancer community and raise greater awareness on the issue,” says Hamid. “As a leading online resource for women with breast cancer, partnering with Breastcancer.org seems to be the perfect solution.”
Utilizing the concepts of Laser Phototherapy, also known as Low-Level Laser Light Therapy, the Theradome LH80 PRO stimulates hair follicles by improving the cellular metabolism and protein synthesis needed to build and maintain a healthy head of hair. Clinical studies report that most women wearing the device twice-a-week for 20 minutes see significant results in just 18 weeks.
“The fact the Theradome offers private treatments and can be used in the comfort and privacy of one’s home largely increases patient compliance and thus maximizes hair restoration results,” states Hamid.
Furthermore, clinical studies also point to the possibility that chemotherapy-induced hair loss could be prevented, reduced, and/or reversed by Laser Phototherapy through the same mechanisms that are clinically proven to reverse androgenetic alopecia.
Dr. Marissa Weiss, M.D., and President and Founder of Breastcancer.org, will be appearing on the Today Show on October 1 st in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
“There are studies that show that for many women, losing their hair is worse than losing a breast” she says. “That’s because you can conceal the loss of a breast, but hair loss is so obvious and apparent.”
For more information or to purchase the special edition Pink Helmet in October, please visit www.theradome.com .
Breastcancer.org is a patient-centric resource for breast health and breast cancer information and support. The site features over 8,000 articles of medically vetted content, as well as an extensive peer-to-peer community network in an effort to engage, educate, and empower women to make the best decisions for their health. The nonprofit organization was founded by breast oncologist Marisa C. Weiss, M.D. and born out of her conviction that women with breast cancer need more information and support than a physician visit can provide. Breastcancer.org receives more than 17 million online visits each year.
Theradome™ is a medical therapy company located in Silicon Valley, Calif., focused on developing the world’s most technologically advanced Laser Phototherapy devices along with complementary, superior scalp products. The company is committed to restoring health and confidence in people all around the globe by bringing affordable, clinical strength hair rejuvenation therapies into the home. The products developed by Theradome can minimize shedding, thicken existing hair and promote new hair growth for a fraction of the cost of visits to laser hair clinics.