When men and women are affected by genetic hair loss (androgenic alopecia), their hair follicles essentially shrink over time and the growth phase becomes shorter and shorter with each cycle. As a result, each cycle produces a hair shorter, thinner, and slower in growth than the last, a process called miniaturization.
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So how exactly does Low-Level Laser Therapy regrow hair?
Each hair on your head grows in a characteristic cycle with several phases. The hair follicle will first spend several years in the growth phase, during which the hair actively lengthens. Next comes the resting phase, where the hair stops growing for several months. After a few months at rest, the follicle sheds its hair, the cycle begins anew, and the follicle begins to grow new hair.
Red laser light energizes stem cells in the dermal papilla, deep within the hair follicle. As a result, the length of the follicle’s growth phase is increased, and it produces thicker healthier hair.
As a result of this increased activity, and a complex series of cellular and biochemical interactions, the hair follicle spends a greater amount of time in the growth phase of the hair cycle, thereby slowing or reversing miniaturization and the progression of thinning and balding. Blood flow is increased as well via these interactions, delivering much-needed nourishment to sustain the follicle.
Every client is helped individually by thinning hair experts and has programs designed to fit his or her individual needs. As your anti-aging and hair care progresses, we adjust your program accordingly based on the results we see and your feedback for the most effective results.
Our professional Low-Level Light Hair Care Devices are designed with the highest quality “real” laser diodes, not only LED lights. Many of our devices are only offered in a professional clinic with a provider’s recommendation and hair & scalp treatments. low-level light diodes, encouraging better results – faster than others.
Unmatched Customer Service: our professionals and certified thinning hair consultants are able to answer your questions and offer advice based on your specific hair care concerns and needs.