Frequently Asked Questions

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Will I benefit from complying with  hair laser therapy?

In clinical studies 90%+ participants benefited from the laser therapy and experienced one or more of the following:

  1. Slows down and minimizes hair loss.
  2. Doubles the follicle size of existing hair.
  3. Grows new, healthy hair.

How long will it be until I see results?

Step 1: The first step is minimizing hair loss, which typically occurs 4-18 weeks into treatment.
Step 2: Reversing miniaturization is the next step to getting thicker, fuller and more lustrous hair and typically occurs within 18-26 weeks of continued use.
Step 3: The final step is renewing your hair growth, which typically begins within 26-52 weeks of starting treatment.

How long will I need to continue treatment?

Laser hair therapy is similar to exercise, you have to keep it up to continue to enjoy the benefits. Once you get the results you want, we recommend a maintenance treatment schedule of 2-3 sessions per week.

Are there any potential side effects from using the laser hair therapy device ?

There are no side effects from using any of the FDA cleared low-level light therapy devices, unlike almost every other type of hair loss treatment.

How do I use low-level light therapy?

It’s very easy. depending on the device you choose. You will simply where the devices two – three times per week for 92nd – 30 minutes per treatment.

Is low-level light hair therapy FDA cleared?

Yes. each manufacturer of the laser devices offered by HairMart.com have received FDA clearance letters.

Does it work for both men and women?

HairMart.com offers laser devices that have been cleared for both men and women.

Can I use my laser therapy to thicken my hair?

Yes, laser therapy has been reported to more than double the thickness, girth and density of hair follicles after only four weeks of usage.

How do I determine which laser device is right for me?

Laser devices are indicated to treat Androgenetic Alopecia, and promote hair growth in males who have Norwood Hamilton Classifications of IIa to V and in females who have Ludwig (Savin) I-4, II-1, II-2, or frontal patterns of hair loss and who both have Fitzpatrick Skin Types I to IV.