NEW YORK (PIX11) – Instead of using creams, pills or going to the doctor, hair loss can be treated at home using a so-called laser helmet, according to the device’s creators.
Theradome’s creation was supported by an IndieGoGo campaign that surpassed its goal by nearly 1,000 percent. Some 1,265 backers donated nearly $470,000 to make the device.
Users place the helmet on their heads, flip a switch and sit for a 20-minute session twice a week. The device’s manufacturer touts its ability to reduce hair loss and promote new hair growth in three to four months.
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More than a dozen of the laser helmets have been donated to cancer survivors, the manufacturer said.
Theradome has been approved by the FDA, but the device has been cleared for use in only women so far. The manufacturer hopes to have FDA approval for the Theradome’s use in men by mid-2014.
Frequently asked questions
Will I benefit from using Theradome™?
In our clinical studies ALL participants benefited from the Theradome™ and experienced one or more of the following: 1) Thicker and more manageable hair, 2) Reduced hair loss, and 3) New hair growth after three to four months. We know it works, that’s why we guarantee that you’ll see great results.
How long will it be until I see results?
- After 18-24 weeks (two – twenty minutes per treatment)
- Cleaner, more manageable hair.
- Less hair in the shower and on pillows.
- Larger hair shafts appear.
- Improved luster and fuller body.
- Decreased oiliness.
- After 26-50 weeks (two – twenty minutes per treatment)
- Thicker and longer hair.
- Healthier scalp.
- Reduced scalp itching and inflammation.
- Enhanced curl retention for curly hair.
- After 52-80 weeks (two – twenty minutes per treatment)
- Hairs on the top of the head and the vertex will start filling in.
- After 100 weeks (two – twenty minutes per treatment)
- Fuller and thicker hair will result with continued use.
How long will I need to continue treatment?
Laser hair therapy is similar to exercise, you have to keep it up to continue to enjoy the benefits. Once you get the results you want, we recommend a slightly reduced treatment schedule every five days or so.
Are there any potential side effects from using the Theradome™?
There are no side effects from using the Theradome™, and the FDA has validated this. Our product has zero side effects, unlike almost every other type of hair loss treatment.
How do I use the Theradome™?
It’s very easy. The product has a simple one button operation and it uses audio commands to let you know if the battery is low, how many treatments you have done since the purchase of your Theradome™ , how many minutes are left in the session, and if there any technical issues.
Is the Theradome™ FDA cleared?
Yes. On June 14th, the Theradome™ became the only wearable device in the world to be FDA-cleared for over the counter use. Our official FDA clearance letter can be seen on the FDA website: http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf12/K122950.pdf
Does it work for both men and women?
The Theradome™ is presently cleared for women, and Theradome™ has submitted FDA paperwork for clearance for men. While Theradome™ can only market the Theradome™ for women at this time we are still able to accept orders from anyone.
Why do you target only women in your ads?
The Theradome™ is presently only FDA cleared for women.
When will you have FDA clearance for men?
We are expecting FDA clearance for men by mid-2014
Can I use my Theradome™ to thicken my hair?
Yes, the Theradome™ has been reported to more than double the thickness, girth and density of hair follicles after only four weeks of usage
How do I determine if the Theradome™ laser helmet is right for me?
Our Theradome™ laser helmet is designed to work with all stages of hair loss but the earlier one starts treating, the better the outcome. There are several scales to help determine the stages in women’s hair loss. The most common, the Savin Scale, measures overall thinning as well as density.
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