#2 Success Story: ReHair® Laser Comb Therapy for George Suffering from Early Hair Loss
Laser comb therapy is the most convenient and effective treatment for hair loss and baldness. It can also be used in conjunction with other treatments (medicine or laser cap treatment). Laser comb is a non-surgical option people who are suffering from hair loss and it works as effective as clinical laser therapies. Click to learn more information on Laser hair growth treatment devices and cost. Example of ReHair® laser brush works for men just a few months after use. You can see the dramatic improvement after just a few months of using the ReHair® Laser Hair Brush.
George, Male, 30 years old, Class V pattern of thinning hair developing, Laser comb treatment success story:
“I was at a point that I knew if I couldn’t ‘save my hair’ now, I was going to be facing an expensive hair transplant procedure to help me look my age.”
Coincidentally I was watching Dr. Oz today on television and he had an episode that was all about thinning hair treatment. Laser comb therapy was the only suggestion on Dr. Oz that caught my eye that I thought could help my hair loss. It introduced that low level laser therapy devices have been approved by the FDA. Besides that, the laser comb looked very simple to use. There are several different laser combs on the market these days. I read the reviews and most of them have mixed reviews to them. I have noticed that you often see mixed results when it’s a product that needs to be used persistently on a daily basis to work. My wife said to me that: before you go judging them just because they don’t have overwhelmingly positive feedback, it’s important to remember that all hair loss products are going to have people that say it doesn’t work. It is true that not all products work the same on everyone. You have to give yourself treatments every day to see the results. It’s worth a try. However when I searched the cost of laser comb, found that their prices vary a lot more than I think: on Dr. Oz, they had the price being quoted as $295. But I found ReHair® laser comb with the same laser charge only $149. After comparing prices and reviews, I choose to buy from ReHair® and I am happy to say that it seemed to work a little bit.
“Laser brush therapy essentially ‘turned back the clock’ - giving me hair that looks and feels healthy. Using it a lifetime is no more difficult than brushing my teeth every day.”
It’s not an overnight success story. Just wanted to add my experience with the laser comb. I was very upset at week 12 because that is when most people supposedly have results. For me, at week 15 or 16, I am noticing a tiny improvement. I keep using it because I feel that it may be helping me to maintain, and of course as everyone says, it does usually help to make my hair look a little bit fuller. I do think I am seeing a little improvement with hair seeming to be thicker behind the frontal hairline. But it has taken longer than I thought, so keep going with it!
“How do I use laser combs for my hair loss home treatment?”
Once a day for at least 10 minutes. Upon positioning the device on the scalp, move it by small increments to any direction. It is not used like a comb contrary to how it’s named. You will need to do treatments daily. Laser therapy does have some benefit in terms of hair retention and quality. It's pretty important to use it regularly. If it rewards you with long term hair growth, I think it might be worth a try.
My Review on laser comb
I don't think it can make hair grow on its own though. What it does do is it increases the caliber and improves the quality of the hair that is there. This make your hair look fuller and more youthful. This effect is more helpful for those with difuse hair loss than those who have areas that are completely void of hair and have been that way for a long time. If you are expecting it to grow back a significant amount of hair, then you will probably be disappointed. If your hair loss is relatively recent, it may help and I feel it is worth a try. How much it could help is unknown until you try it. Anyway, keep a healthy mix of optimism and skepticism and remain hopeful during your quest. You never know what will work, so don’t rule anything out without trying it.
Hair fall can happen due to a number numerous reasons and for that reason you need to learn the reason first. A lot of people think that they lose their hair because of hair abuse this may not be the reason. Have you'd of losing your hair, enough? Are you significant about needing to re grow your hair?