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Suffering from hair loss? We’ve got an at-home solution. The Theradome Evo LH40 hair regrowth device allows you to take control of your hair loss at home.
A sixth month course of clinical laser treatment could cost between £1500 - £3000?
It’s estimated that over half of men experience hair thinning before the age of 50 and one in four women suffer from hair loss.
This game-changing device uses state-of-the-art laser therapy, known as Laser Phototherapy (LPT) to deliver powerful light energy directly to the base of the hair follicles.
- LH40 Evo Compact Carrying Case
The key to stimulating hair growth is lasers, but not all hair loss lasers are created equally.
Being the first over the counter, wearable laser hair therapy device featuring wavelength and power similar to clinical machines, you're now able to effectively and easily treat your problem areas, whether they be the entire scalp or localised spots.
Theradome uses specially developed, high efficiency lasers that deliver the maximum amount of light to cover 582cm2 of the 720 cm2 total scalp area of the average human head.
At an optimised wavelength of 678 +/-8nm, each of the 40 lasers is precisely tailored for maximum hair growth.
Scientifically speaking, Theradome lasers reverse the miniaturisation of hair follicles.
To get started, simply wear and power on your Theradome through the single button control.
A friendly female voice will guide you through the program timings, battery lifespan and full session, alerting you when your treatment has completed. At this point, the device will automatically power down to avoid over use.
The device can be used on clean damp or dry hair for 20 minutes a day, four times a week. With regular use, you can expect to see visible results within 3-6 months of treatment, boosting your confidence as well as regrowing thicker, fuller hair.
Theradome™ is designed to work for all stages of hair loss in both men and women. But the earlier you start the better results you will get. You can check the images to determine which stage best identifies your situation.
If pregnancy has left your hair thin and brittle, you can use the Theradome™ to make your hair healthy again. But, pregnant and breastfeeding women are not recommended to use the device.
Adding Theradome laser hair growth treatments to your current hair loss medication(s) will increase the rate and quality of your hair recovery. Please note that women cannot take Propecia (finasteride) or dutasteride.
Since these medications are known to cause shedding, you should NOT discontinue their use once starting your Theradome hair growth treatments.
Please consult your physician to initiate a plan that will gradually decrease the dose of these medications over the course of 3 to 6 months.
Be sure not to have any topicals in your hair while undergoing a Theradome treatment. You can add them in afterwards.