LASER HAIR THERAPY
New Laser Technologies Slow Hair Loss and Restore Your Hair
We want to give you every option in your fight against hair loss, which is why we offer the latest, cutting-edge technologies that are proven to be effective. Low Level Laser (Light) Therapy (LLLT) is one of the newer tools in our arsenal. The laser devices offered by Hair Club have been clinically studied for hair restoration and they're FDA-cleared†.
Designed for at-home use, laser hair therapy is quick, convenient and easy to incorporate into your weekly schedule. But even more importantly, this technology is proven to help you regrow your hair.
†Start seeing results in as little as 3-4 months.
Low Level Laser (Light) Therapy
How Does LLLT Work?
You Have Options
Hair Club offers three FDA-cleared† laser devices (to eligible candidates) so you can choose the option that’s right for you.
With 82 medical-grade lasers that provide light therapy directly to your scalp, the curved design of the LaserBand includes special teeth that part your hair to optimize light delivery to your follicles. Treatment can take as little as 90 seconds, three times a week. This device is small, portable and easy to use. For your convenience, the LaserBand comes with both a rechargeable battery and a power cord.
This lightweight, handheld device incorporates 12 medical-grade lasers to deliver therapeutic effects. Patented teeth part your hair to allow the lasers to penetrate your scalp. You can rejuvenate your hair follicles at home to stimulate growth with just three 8-minute sessions a week. Includes a rechargeable battery and power cord.
The advantage of this device is that it offers full coverage for the top of your head. With just two 20-minute sessions per week, you can stimulate your hair follicles to minimize shedding and increase thickness. Just wear the helmet while reading or watching television. The LaserHelmet includes a power adapter and a carrying case.
†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, who both have Fitzpatrick Skin Types I to IV. LaserBand and LaserComb are FDA-cleared for men and women. LaserHelmet is FDA-cleared only for females with same indications. These devices are also cleared by Health Canada.