Theradome Helmet Stimulates Hair Growth By Shooting Lasers At Your Scalp

Theradome helmet

Hair loss can be a pain to deal with. There are many hair growing treatments available, ranging from non-invasive shampoos and topicals to the excruciatingly-invasive hair plugs and implants. Somewhere in the middle of this is the Theradome, which is a helmet that shoots lasers at your scalp to simulator hair growth.

The Theradome is the brainchild of Tamim Hamid, a former NASA research engineer. The headgear should be worn twice a week for 20 minutes. Users can expect to see results in 3 to 4 months, as the helmet’s lasers will retard the shrinking of hair follicles to prevent hair loss.

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With continued use, the wearer can expect to have a thicker head of hair by 50 weeks. Interested? The Theradome costs $795, and you can get more info about it here.

VIA [ Damn Geeky ]

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