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Laser Cap Therapy Helps You Regrow Hair From the Comfort of Home

The Kiierr Laser Cap makes low light laser therapy easier and more affordable than ever.

Sep 23 by Futurism Creative
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It’s estimated that 85-percent of men and 40-percent of women experience visible hair loss by the time they turn 50. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. For decades, a high tech treatment called low light laser therapy has been helping people reverse the signs of hair loss. And now, thanks to products like the Kiierr Laser Cap, this treatment is easier to perform and more affordable than ever.

What Is Low Light Laser Therapy?

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Low Light Laser Therapy, or LLLT, has been around for a long time. It was discovered in the 1960s by a Hungarian physician named Endre Mester, and ever since then it has been used to treat hair loss in private clinics. Today LLLT is approved as safe with no side effects by the FDA, and several scientific studies have concluded that LLLT “significantly” improves hair counts in both men and women with androgenetic alopecia.

As you might have guessed, the lasers used in LLLT are not the kinds of lasers you see in science fiction movies. In fact, LLLT is sometimes referred to as cold laser therapy because the lasers used do not generate any heat at all. There are actually a few different ideas about how LLLT actually works, but the prevailing theory is that the light emitted from laser diodes enhances blood circulation in the skin, transporting more nutrients and thus stimulating metabolism and protein synthesis in hair follicle cells. This process is called photobiomodulation. Not only does that sound really cool, but over a prolonged period of time it can cause hair follicles to switch from their dormant, or telogen phase, to their active, or anagen phase. That means subjects start to regrow hair in places where it had previously stopped growing.

For a long time low light laser therapy was only available in clinical settings, where the pricing was rather exorbitant. Today, however, thanks to companies like Kiierr, anyone can administer LLLT in the comfort of their own home at a small fraction of the price.

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The Kiierr Laser Cap System For Hair Growth

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The Kiierr Laser Cap has a stretch headband that will fit anyone up to a 23.5 inch circumference, and it fits inside any standard baseball cap. 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. However, the more diodes there are, the more intense the light, and thus the less time it will take to see results.

So how effective is the Kiierr Laser Cap? Using the Kiierr 272 Premium for 30 minutes every other day has been shown to be 93 percent effective in regrowing or thickening hair. Most people will see visible changes after three to four months, with maximum results coming after about six to seven months of use. So you do have to be patient. This is not an overnight fix.

As mentioned above, the Kiierr Laser Cap is designed for people with androgenetic alopecia, which is the most common form of hair loss. It will not work for other types of hair loss. But don’t worry if you’re not sure which type of hair loss you have. Kiierr offers a seven-month money back guarantee. If the Kiierr Laser Cap does not produce results within 210 days, all you have to do is send it back and they will give you a full refund.

For a long time most people couldn’t afford effective hair loss treatments. But now, thanks to the Kiierr Laser Cap System, that’s no longer the case. Order yours today and see if low light laser therapy works for you.

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