A Scientific Approach To Hair Loss
Low Level Laser (LLL) therapy is a revolutionary technology that has been proven to be effective when used in conjunction with the recommended products. It uses photo-bio stimulation that transforms laser energy into cellular energy. It affects hair growth in multiple ways; LLL stimulates capillary blood flow and its regenerative activity stimulates cell proliferation. The results are hair that is fuller, thicker, shinier, and healthier. Low Level Laser therapy also slows down the progression of hair loss.
Laser Hair Therapy Treatment Benefits
- Increases the blood supply to the scalp by 54% after only one treatment.
- Stimulates hair follicles.
- Stops the progression of hair loss in 85% of patients.
- Increased hair strength and elasticity.
- Fuller, shinier, softer, thicker hair.
- For post-operative transplant surgery, such treatments have been shown to help newly transplanted hair to thrive and increases the healing process.
- Repairs damage normally caused by chemical services.
- Delivers light energy directly from different positions without loss of light properties to ensure appropriate dosage.
The Science of Low Level Laser Therapy
In 1964, Professor Andre Mester began experimenting with the use of low-power laser energy in Budapest, Hungary. In his experiments with wounds on mice, he noticed rapid healing due to microcirculation of blood supply. This healing was also obvious in Laser Hair Rejuvenation treatment of diabetic patients suffering from dystrophic sores.
This theory, through its evolution, has since been refined and has widely become one of the most popular non-invasive hair loss treatments.
Until recently, the use of such treatments has been relatively underutilized in North America. Today, however, there is increasing awareness and acceptance of such treatments.
What is Low Level Laser Light?
Simply stated, it is compressed light of a wavelength from the cold, red part of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. It is different from natural light in that it is one precise color; it is coherent (it travels in a straight line), monochromatic (a single wavelength), and columnated (it concentrates its beam in a defined location or spot).