US Food and Drug Administration has given clearance for iGrow, a new, innovative hair growth system over-the-counter. This system not only helps men with Androgenetic Alopecia to regrow lost hair but also aids hair growth in women. The equipment has undergone a decade of research and development. A team of doctors, scientists and medical engineers have taken the initiative to develop something of this type. The Low-Level Laser Technology invigorates cells inside the low-production hair follicles, that makes growth thicker for existing thinning hair.
The iGrow has a non-invasive LLLT technology. The product claims to have nil side effects and is different from topicals, pharmaceuticals and pills that treat hair loss. In a study, it was found that the iGrow re-grew hair 10 weeks faster than other equipments like hand-help brushes and combs.
How it Works and Frequency of Use:
- It is an effective hands-free gadget that uses red light with lasers and LEDs
- Can be used three to four times in a week for 25 minutes each time
- In about 16 weeks of therapy, hair counts increase by 35 percent
- It thickens those thinning areas of the scalp
- Hair follicles get thickened and energised by
- Low-Level Laser Technology (LLLT)
- Cellular rejuvenation is also generated
The gadget is fully adjustable and features 4 fit columns. It has rotating weight distribution and offers best fit for comfort. It also has earphones to listen to your favourite music during the treatment. iGrow is well affordable. It has a 3.5mm audio port. This allows connecting to most audio, TV or entertainment devices including Xbox and Playstation.
iGrow is a one time purchase that will keep you away from recurring hair loss treatment costs. It has been designed in a way to provide optimum scalp coverage. The inner layer has been designed to conform to contours and curvatures of the scalp. This ensures equal distribution of light to enable best results. It also has a Remote Touch-Screen Control allowing custom treatment settings.
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