This is the best device with the most coverage ever designed for female diffused thinning. The design offers full scalp treatment and is so light and comfortable to wear.
Each LaserCap® features up to 300 individual diodes (650nm 5mW lasers) in a flexible, dome-shaped membrane that fits comfortably in almost any hat. The lasers penetrate the scalp and stimulate hair regrowth by improving cellular respiration in hair follicle cells, ultimately awakening dormant follicles and helping active follicles produce healthier, stronger hair.
Professional consultation is free with the purchase of this state of the art device. Contact us today for a consultation.
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been found to be one of the most effective treatments for female hair loss.
The next generation in Laser Therapy for hair regrowth. Restore your natural hair with the regenerative power of light.
The name MC2™ stands for the purpose of the new laser cap, maximum coverage and maximum comfort. The MC2™ is uniquely designed to be adjustable to conformally fit any head size. The MC2™ laser cap is distinctively designed to:
- 304 Laser Diodes for maximum strength and complete coverage of the temples, all the way down to your ears
- Closely fits the head to improve comfort and reduce light loss
- Easily adjusted for different head sizes by interchanging the front connector band.
2999.00Studies have shown that 95% of patients that follow the treatment protocol receive benefit. If you think low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or the MC2™ may be right for you contact us to learn more.
Superior Science and Technology
Did you know that LaserCap delivers a higher dose of light energy per treatment than all other popular laser therapy devices for hair restoration? Many of these devices in fact deliver an energy dose well below what experts consider to be optimal.
Key to LaserCap’s prescription-strength treatment is pulsed-wave light emission. This is a fancy way of saying LaserCap turns off and on its lasers many times per second during treatment, causing them to blink, or flicker.
Doing so allows the laser diodes to cool during the fraction of a second when they switch off. As a result, when the lasers switch back on, they can deliver light at a higher intensity without excessive build-up of heat.