02-16-2007, 12:43 AM #1
New device combs hair into your comb-over
Bald may be beautiful, but for guys who don't share that opinion, help could be on the way.
A Florida company says it's come up with a handheld laser device that promotes hair growth. And now they say they've got the OK from federal regulators to sell it.
The "Hairmax Lasercomb," as it's known, is a combination of a low-level laser and a comb. It went through a six-month clinical trial conducted by its manufacturer, Lexington International LLC., during which the device increased the number of thick hairs on the scalp.
The device â€” sold online â€” is the only drug-free product meant for home use in combating hair loss thatâ€™s won the endorsement of the FDA, the company said. But it's not cheap at a retail price of $545 dollars.
02-16-2007, 01:24 AM #2
Re: New device combs hair into your comb-over
A buddy of mine spent $3,000 to join some program that gives him a "tonic"
;D and allows him to sit in a chair once a day with a laser helmet on.
I'm sure it's the laser, not the tonic, that works.
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