Snippet from the article:
Laser light therapy has been proven to improve hair health, but cold laser therapy has only been available at specialist clinics. Theradome lets people use this advanced technology at home, and contains high efficiency lasers that produce virtually no heat but allow the maximum amount of light to be delivered, the company claim. However, the technology comes at a price as the helmet costs $795 (Â£473 plus shipping).
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Dr Bessam Farjo, Medical Director of the Institute of Trichologists, said: ‘I do believe that laser technology has validity, but I’m sceptical of the specific claims made by Theradome GB that this particular headgear has the ability to increase the hair shaft diameter by 200 per cent. I have not seen any scientific evidence to support this.
‘It’s great to see businesses putting resources to the development of this technology, but more scientific results are needed to back-up the huge claims that Theradome is making.’
I’m going to go with Dr. Farjo on this one — I’m skeptical until I see actual proof, as the claims that it can double the size of existing hairs are pretty wild.