Are You a Candidate for HairMax Laser Devices?

HairMax laser devices can be used by men and women with thinning hair or pattern baldness caused by a hereditary condition. Doctors use a system known as the Norwood Hamilton Classification (men) and the Ludwig-Savin Classification (women) to describe degrees of hair loss. Below are pictures representing different stages of hair loss. The shaded areas show the type of hair loss that can be treated effectively with the HairMax lasers devices. HairMax laser devices have not been clinically tested for hair loss outside of the shaded area.

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Ludwig-Savin Classification – Females

HairMax Laser Devices have not been clinically tested for the hair loss outside of the shaded areas.

Norwood Hamilton Classification

Norwood Hamilton Classification

HairMax Before & After Photos
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FEMALE – was experiencing diffused thinning on the vertex of her scalp.

At completion of the clinical study, the hair re-grew to cover her scalp and the

density and fullness of her hair was significantly improved.

MALE – extensive hair loss in the vertex area of his scalp. At completion of the
clinical study, denser hair is seen with much less scalp showing through and
balding areas less pronounced.

FEMALE – significant hair loss at the temporal area. At completion of
the clinical study the target area has shown significant new hair growth.

HairMax Clinical Studies

Mean terminal hair count changes from baseline in MALES (26 weeks)
Mean terminal hair count changes from baseline in FEMALES (26 weeks)

Seven clinical studies have been conducted on the HairMax LaserComb with a total of 460 subjects. Six of these studies were double-blinded, control-device trials conducted at top major research centres such as the Cleveland Clinic, University of Miami and University of Minnesota.

Clinical study participants were divided into two groups. One group used the HairMax LaserComb and the other group used a control device that looked like the LaserComb but did not provide any laser light. All of the LaserComb clinical studies complied with the strict regulations of FDA Good Clinical Practices. During these 6 month studies, subjects treated their hair once per day, 3 times a week, on non-consecutive days. The number of thick, normal, healthy hairs in the target area were counted at the beginning of the studies and then again at 16 weeks and 26 weeks

Clinical trial proves efficacy in males and females

Over 90% of participants experienced significant hair growth with a combined average increase in hair count of 149 additional hairs per sq. inch. Additionally, LaserComb users report increased density, reversal of the thinning process, increased fullness of hair and an overall improvement of scalp health. There have never been any reports of serious side effects occurring.