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Low Light Laser Therapy Is the at-Home Hair Growth Treatment You’ve Been Waiting For

The Kiierr Laser Cap System lets you treat yourself with laser therapy for thinning hair.

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Starting to get frustrated with your increasingly thinning hair? Join the club. Experts say 42 percent of men between the ages of 18 and 49 experience moderate to extensive hair loss, and about 85 percent will experience visible hair loss by the time they turn 50. And it is not just men who suffer from hair loss, either. An estimated 40 percent of women are likely to experience thinning hair by the time they are 50. Want to do something about it? Then you need to take a look at the Kiierr Laser Cap System for Hair Growth.

The Science Of LLLT

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Though the idea of using lasers to regrow hair may sound a little far-fetched, the tech is legit. Called low light laser therapy, or LLLT for short, it was first discovered in the 1960s by a Hungarian physician named Endre Mester. Since then it has been used in clinical settings to treat hair loss and has been approved as safe with no side effects by the FDA. More importantly, several scientific studies have concluded that LLLT “significantly” improves hair counts in both men and women with androgenetic alopecia, which is the most common form of hair loss.

As the name of this treatment suggests, the kinds of lasers used in low light laser therapy do generate heat. That’s why LLLT is sometimes referred to as cold laser therapy. Though there are a few different ideas about how LLLT actually works, the prevailing theory is that light emitted from laser diodes enhances blood circulation in the skin, bringing in more nutrients and stimulating cell metabolism and protein synthesis in hair follicle cells. This important process is called photobiomodulation. And over time it can cause hair follicles to switch from their dormant, or telogen phase, to their active, or anagen phase. In layman’s terms, that means hair growth restarts in places where it had stopped.

For years, low light laser therapy was only available in special clinics. But now, thanks to companies like Kiierr, you can easily administer LLLT yourself in the comfort of your own home.

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The Kiierr Laser Cap System For Hair Growth

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The Kiierr Laser Cap is a small helmet that fits inside any standard baseball cap. It has a stretch headband to secure it to your head and will fit anyone up to a 23.5 inch circumference. The Kiierr 148 Pro has 148 laser diodes, while the Kiierr 272 Premium has 272 laser diodes. Both models emit light at a wavelength of 650 nanometers, which is clinically proven to be most effective. The more diodes, the more intense the light, and thus the less time it will take to see results.

Using the Kiierr 272 Premium for just 30 minutes every other day has been shown to be 93 percent effective in regrowing or thickening hair. However, you do have to be patient. Most people will see visible hair growth after three-to-four months, with maximum results coming after about six-to-seven months of use.

Unfortunately, the Kiierr Laser Cap will not work for all types of baldness. That’s why Kiierr offers a seven-month money back guarantee. If the Kiierr Laser Cap does not produce results within 210 days, simply send it back for a full refund.

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If you’ve noticed your hair is starting to thin and you want to do something about it, the sooner you act the better. Low light laser therapy has produced noticeably thicker hair for a lot of people. Order your Kiierr Laser Cap today to see how it works for you.

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