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Hair Loss Lasers Can Work For You

Hair loss management is an effort that involves different industries including fashion, medical, pharmaceutical, nutrition and exercise. Various methods of combating baldness and hair loss have been invented and used for many years. Most of the methods employed in combating hair loss involve products, therapies and devices that are used to stimulate hair growth, improve the scalp and hair hygiene. The treatment of hair loss usually depends on the cause. Hair loss can be due to medication, hair products, genetic makeup or alternative treatments.

In spite of the many hundreds of products and methods that have been used to solve hair loss problems very few have been successful. While some have been a waste of valuable money and time for the consumers, others have been dangerous producing disastrous results. While there is no guaranteed instant cure, surgical methods have their risks and side effect even though they guarantee results. It is important to be careful of the product or method you opt for in reducing or reversing hair loss. Some product will only stop hair loss but cannot reverse the balding process. Some require to be combined with other products and therapies for you to have some results.

With recent technological developments it has become possible to stop the loss of hair and, at the same time, encourage re-growth of hair. One such method that is becoming popular is the use of hair loss lasers. Although the use of these sophisticated devices has been controversial research and testing has proved that this method is effective and safe. These devices are being preferred to other methods because they do not involve risky products or surgical procedures. 

Hair loss devices work by stimulating hair growth. Low light laser is emitted from diodes providing stimulation to cell growth. Stimulation of cell growth is however not enough to guarantee the reversal of hair loss. Good scalp and hair hygiene is important to encourage proper hair nutrition and avoid blockage of hair follicles. However, it is the growth stimulation devices that make re-growth of thinning and dying hair a reality.

Hair loss devices come in a variety of models. Some models are designed for use in doctor's consultation rooms or in salons. These are usually operated by specialized hair loss therapists. There are also handy devices that have been made for use in the privacy of the home. These devices are usually handheld such as the laser comb device.

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Brenda and Lisa Link had observed how hereditary baldness had ruined their mother's chance of enjoying really beautiful hair. They also lived in a generation and community that valued long healthy hair as a beauty symbol for women. They were dismayed when they discovered that at a certain age their hair lines began to recede. They were however lucky to find a friend who recommended therapy at a local salon that uses hair loss lasers to solve hair loss problems for their clients. Brenda and Lisa are now enjoying beautiful healthy hair and a newly found sense of self esteem.