PLEASANTON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In Limited Pricing section of release (dated December 16, 2013), Theradome’s Customer Service Center phone number should read: 1-855-LH-WORKS (sted 1-866-LH-WORKS).
The corrected release reads:
NEW FDA CLEARED THERADOME™ LASER THERAPY HELMET IS A VALIDATED HAIR LOSS TREATMENT CREATED BY FORMER NASA SCIENTIST
Laser Helmet Brings Proven, Clinical-Based Laser Light Therapy Out of the Doctors’ Office and into the Home to Reduce Hair Loss, Boost Healthy Hair and Promote New Hair Growth
Theradome™, developers of the first clinical-level laser hair restoration product, today announced the launch of the Theradome Laser Helmet LH80 PRO, the first FDA and over-the-counter cleared, wearable laser hair restoration treatment. The light-based medical treatment was developed for the convenience of in-home use and is clinically tested, and designed for patients suffering from the debilitating effects of thinning hair and Androgenetic Alopecia. Theradome Laser Helmet LH80 PRO is a compact, cordless, easy-to-use, over-the-counter helmet that utilizes proven laser light therapy used at dermatologists and hair restoration clinics to grow new healthy hair, while doubling the hair follicle size of existing hair and slowing down or stopping hair loss.
“Temporary, hereditary or long term hair loss is a medical condition that is faced by both men and women. In fact, 40 percent of women have thinning hair.1 Hair transplants, ineffective oral drugs with side effects, and clinical-level hair treatments can cost several thousand dollars and clearly, are not an option for everyone,” said Tamim Hamid Ph.D., founder and CEO of Theradome, and a former NASA scientist at the Kennedy Space Center. “Theradome provides patients with new found confidence. Our proprietary technology delivers a triple action, safe and effective at-home therapy at a fraction the cost of hair restoration clinics.”
Lasers are Not Grocery Scanners
The Theradome Laser Helmet LH80 PRO propriety-based laser technology delivers professional level light treatment with every use. Using 80 lasers that provide over 560 mW of low laser light therapy (LLLT), the helmet stimulates the scalp and hair follicles in a state of decline by increasing blood flow and microcirculation, improving cellular metabolism and protein synthesis to restore and maintain a healthy head of hair. The Theradome Laser Helmet LH80 PRO maximizes human hair growth when used twice a week for 20 minutes per session.
Theradome Laser Helmet LH80 PRO underwent clinical trials in June 2012 and showed successful results of various degrees in all test subjects.
- After 18 Treatments – Slows down hair loss
- After 26 Treatments – Healthier hair and scalp
- After 52 treatments – New hair growth (of various percentages for each patient)
- After 100 Treatments – Fuller, thicker hair and no additional hair loss with continued use
“Many of us can relate to the woes of hair loss. Our hair is part of our identity and without it, causes emotional, personal and even professional stress,” said Dr. Sara Wasserbauer, a California hair restoration surgeon, member of the International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons, and medical spokesperson for Theradome. “There are many options available to treat hair loss, and I recommend to patients the Theradome laser helmet as an effective, cost-friendly at home therapy to slow down the effects of thinning hair and help achieve thicker hair.”
The Theradome Laser Helmet LH80 PRO is Made in the USA and available for limited time at $795 MSRP. It is normally priced at $895 per unit. To order, contact Theradome’s Customer Service Center by phone at 1-855-LH-WORKS and email at email@example.com.
Theradome is a medical device company based and manufactured in Silicon Valley, California. It specializes in laser-based hair restoration therapies and is committed to bringing therapies previously only available in a clinical setting into the home. The Theradome Laser Helmet LH80 PRO helps stop hair loss, thickens existing hair and grows new hair for a fraction of the price of a visit to a clinic.
1 American Hair Loss Association, http://www.americanhairloss.org/women_hair_loss/introduction.asp