For many women, our hair is our crowning glory. It’s often one of the first things others notice about us and more times than not, it is a source of self-identification. Some may downplay the importance, but hair matters! This is why, when there is a shift in our hair’s health, we panic and a feeling of devastation is not too far ahead. About 80 million people (men included) suffer from some variety of alopecia (which means “hair loss”). Most are not aware that is not something you have to live with. Treatment of alopecia is possible; many involving use of medication taken orally or topically — but what about laser treatments for the re-growth of hair? We already use lasers for skin, eyes and many other things to improve our beauty, why not hair?
There have been over 1000 peer reviewed articles published about the use of low laser treatments in hair loss. The Theradome™ is an FDA approved wearable laser treatment for use in the home. This device omits wavelengths safe enough for hair’s delicate follicles.
Facts about the Theradome™
- 88% of users report thicker stronger hair after 18 treatments
- Can improve volume and quality of already thriving hair (i.e. increased shine, reduced splits)
- Women who have hair loss due to chemical treatments report improvement in their hair’s health with regular use
- Safe for chemotherapy patients, with best success rates noted directly after chemo treatment
The makers of Theradome™ are raising funds to make this technology widely available. Their goal of $350,000 is 11 days away on Indiegogo! Regularly priced at $695, the device is being offered at an exclusive discount when pre-ordered through THIS link. If you or anyone you know is suffering from hair loss, this is your chance to contribute to the development of new technology and reap benefits in the process. There is a 100% money back guarantee and you can return the device for any reason within 120 days. With a return policy like that, if you’re experiencing hair loss or thinning, there aren’t too many reasons not to try this out!
If you or anyone you know is recovering from chemotherapy, Theradome™ is also having a drawing of 5 pink domes once $350K goal is reached.
Also, I’ve inquired about the use of this device for those with kinky/curly hair types and I’ve been assured that this helmet will work for us too!
This post was sponsored by Theradome™.