Thursday, December 3, 2009

Laser Comb Review - Hairmax


Lexington invented the first laser comb in 2000 and was featured by Time Magazine among the Inventions of the Year. Since then, there were various comments in the market about their effectiveness and safety. Hairmax / Lexington has been very aggressive in responding. Here are some:

We don’t guarantee that everyone will see results. From our extensive anecdotal experience spanning over 20 years, we have seen that 45% of users see benefits quickly, 45% of users see benefits over time, and 10% of people will see little results. Keep in mind, compliance is a major factor in the realization of benefits. In reality, treatments for any condition are never a sure bet, and we do not contend that our product is a miracle for hair loss sufferers. It does, however, offer well founded hope and quantifiable results, and that’s what we’re about. Read more.

Here is another comment from Leonard Stillman, Director of Professional Services at Lexington: …The results of this study suggest that the HairMax LaserComb(R) is an effective, well tolerated and safe laser phototherapy device for the treatment of AGA in males…. Read more.

'Treatment of AGA in males’ – well, I’m still trying to figure out whether this device is also safe for women. Let’s for now keep it for men only.

I must admit that Hairmax Laser Comb is quite expensive at the price of US$545. But Amazon is selling at US$470 only. You might want to check it out below.

Laser Comb Review

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