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HairMax LaserComb

  • The only medical device that has been clinically proven to promote hair growth
  • LaserComb is a safe, simple way to a fuller head of hair
  • General improvements in the look of your hair will be noticeable in approximately 8-16 weeks
  • For best results, use the LaserComb three times a week for 10-15 minutes for 10-15 minutes
  • Named Time Magazine’s “Inventions of the Year”

The HairMax LaserComb delivers the energizing and nourishing effects of Laser PhotoTherapy to make hair look healthy and vibrant. Light is energy. Living cells thrive in light and your hair is no different. The end result is that the appearance of your hair will improve and you will feel good about your hair again. With two decades of clinical experience, the results seen with the laser used in the LaserComb are both encouraging and impressive. Direct experience shows that, unlike other treatments, men and women of all ages respond to the positive benefits of Laser PhotoTherapy. It is no surprise that satisfied users range in age from 18 to their late 80s.If you are concerned about your hair, the earlier you start using the HairMax LaserCom

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  1. B. Gnoz "bgnoz"
    630 of 660 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Well, I took the bait…, July 14, 2007
    B. Gnoz “bgnoz” (Martinez, GA United States) –

    This review is from: HairMax LaserComb (Health and Beauty)

    I wrote a previous review for this device, based on my research as to its effectiveness, and summed it up with a cautiously positive opinion. That review discussed the FDA approval (based on the device being safe, but not necessarily effective), independent peer-reviewed studies, and the Dateline show that followed a HairMax user for one year (note that he was using it in combination with drug treatment). I received a few comments disregarding my review because i hadn’t used the device, so here’s a new one based on my actual experience.

    Yes, I took the bait. I’m a user now. I figured that I’d rather spend the money on a non-invasive, non-chemical treatment that will leave me with a device to sell rather than a prescription to a drug that reportedly has the same odds of success.

    First impressions:
    It shipped out late (2+ weeks), with no alert from the manufacturer (I ordered direct). The package I received was missing the instructional DVD and the second set of combs. The DC plug was difficult to fit into the device and the lasers were not aligned very precisely (the beams diverged noticeably at two feet away – I doubt that this matters at all, other than an overall indication of precision). Hmmm… not a great first impression.

    First 10 weeks:
    The process is fairly straightforward… drag the comb across your entire scalp at least twice, taking enough time to make sure the laser penetrates the scalp. Half an inch every four seconds, with the entire process taking twenty minutes or more. It’s not at all painful or unpleasant, but it does require a commitment to make the time in a busy schedule. I chose mornings right after my shower on M-W-F for the procedure, and this worked well. The manual mentions that more treatments probably won’t hurt, but they still recommend the prescribed 3-day treatment every week. The manual also mentions that wet, clean hair (before gel treatments, spray, etc.) is preferable. Makes sense… water makes tissue more translucent. Drop some water on a piece of paper and hold it up to a light for an example of the principle.

    I experienced accelerated hair loss in the first 10 weeks, which was mentioned in an online report. It didn’t bother me too much… the combing process involves working the hair against the nap and using a comb to clear it away as you progress. My hair wasn’t used to this type of disruption.

    I also experienced increased body to my hair, which was also mentioned in the report. I attributed this to the same combing process… the device gives out a very small amount of heat, and as you comb through your hair it dries in a fluffed position. That leads to increased body much like blow-drying might.

    The report also mentioned reduced gray hair with some users. Lately I think I may be seeing this as well, and I’m not complaining. Perhaps the thinner, weaker gray hairs are falling out.

    Unfortunately, what I didn’t see in the first 10 weeks was convincing hair growth. And this is the tricky part… how do you know for sure? I mean, even without any kind of treatment, my hair looks thinner on certain days when I haven’t washed it, or if I’ve worn a hat, or my mother-in-law is around. And when the stars align just right, it can sometimes seem thicker as well. So how do you know whether the device is really working, given our subjective perception? You can choose to believe the independent studies (while wondering who paid for them), you can choose to believe the personal testimonies (while wondering about their compensation as well), or you can choose to just believe. Or maybe not, and return the thing (they give you 20 weeks for a return). I chose to keep going, based on desperation more than belief.

    Next five weeks:
    I’ll update this review (if it stays up on Amazon) as long as I keep the device, and so far I’ve used it for approximately fifteen weeks. I’ve neglected to use it maybe four times in those fifteen weeks, due to a lack of time (four out of forty-five… not too bad).

    The lasers seems solid, but the beeper seems to go haywire now and then, either sticking on or going silent for awhile. Hmmm.

    I’ve had a bit of an uptick in my opinion. It may have been just the planets aligning again, but my hair seems thicker overall, and definitely less gray. Then again, days later it seems thinner. Again, this is really a tough thing to gauge, given so many variables. For now, I’ll keep forging on, but if I don’t see more certain results by the holidays, you’ll see my LaserComb on eBay. It’ll be easy to spot – the one without the CD and with only one set of combs.

    Final update:
    Forgive me for not concluding my review… it’s been quite some time since I wrote my original comments, but I stopped using the Hairmax after about five months of use (and too late to take advantage of their…

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  2. 201 of 212 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    only bad thing is the price, March 28, 2007
    neptune (Illinois) –

    This review is from: HairMax LaserComb (Health and Beauty)

    I’ve been losing my hair for quite awhile….slowly.
    Now, the crown of my head has lost all of its hair, and the front is thinning now.
    I was going to get transplants.
    However, I then got into a very bad car accident, and all money went to a new vehicle.
    When I heard the comb was approved by the FDA, I called the company, and they were completely sold out.
    I plunked down the money and got the comb.
    It has been working for me! Seriously!
    It may not work for everyone, but the thinning hair in front is thicker and growing back. Even the crown is starting to show life of small hairs regrowing. It’s not been long enough to see how things will end up, but it truly makes MY scalp feel better, has stopped the hair from falling out, and I truly, and unbelievably so, have seen regrowth!
    The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because of the price…way too high.
    Then again, though I must stress again that it may not work for everyone, I’m happy to see actual results. I’m shocked!
    I’m looking forward to the weeks ahead to see what may happen.
    If all else has failed, you may want to give the laser comb a try.
    I’m really glad I’m doing so!
    Good luck to all.

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