Low Frequency Laser
Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT) is a non-invasive, domestic use laser that helps curb hair loss, increase the hair growth phase and revitalizes it by adding density and volume to existing hair. Exposure of hair follicles to a specific wavelength produces a bio stimulation that increases the blood circulation of the skin where there is hair and stimulates the activity of the hair follicle.
The low-frequency laser stimulates “miniaturized hairs” (clear, short hair s that are fine like “lint”) by turning them into thicker, mature hair.
Studies have shown effectiveness in 92% of patients, regardless of gender or age with the following results:
- Increased hair growth in 92% of cases.
- Increased caliber of hair in 78.4% of cases.
- Increase in capillary density by 55%.
When used in combination with other treatments like Finasteride and Minoxidil, its effects are enhanced. It is also a good alternative for those patients who react to Finasteride or Minoxidil.
How is the low intensity laser applied?
With wet or dry hair, the hair is parted to apply the laser directly on the scalp for 15 minutes, alternating over a minimum of 3 days per week.
Its application is combined with the use of ampoules with vitamins and encapsulated micronutrients that will penetrate better upon cellular activation of the laser.