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low-level laser lightening therapy

Low-level laser lightening therapy

We are at DermaGlo provide some of the finest and most complex treatments such as low–level laser therapy under special experts. This process is carried on depending upon the requirement of the client. And at DermaGlo we ensure you will get the best treatment possible for you.

What Is Low-Level Laser Therapy? 

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is “therapeutic” exposure to red or near-infrared radiation. For hair loss sufferers, this involves placing the scalp under infrared-emitting laser diodes. A typical laser therapy session lasts from 30 minutes. You can complete them at a doctor’s office, with a take-home laser helmet, or even with a laser brush.

LLLT for Hair. In recent years, hair restoration has been a leading field in which the application of LLLT technologies has enabled physicians to improve patient outcomes. Whether used in conjunction with hair transplant procedures or prescription hair loss medications, laser hair therapy has the potential to significantly improve the health of the hair follicle, leading to a fuller and more natural looking head of hair.

LLLT for hair loss using red light lasers has been reported to:

Increase cell metabolism and the health of blood vessels in the scalp for thicker, supple and more durable hair shafts Stimulate the sebaceous glands for silkier-looking hair Increase melanin production in the hair follicles, darkening grey hairs.

Studies have shown that LLLT stimulated hair growth in mice subjected to chemotherapy-induced alopecia and also in alopecia areata. Controlled clinical trials demonstrated that LLLT stimulated hair growth in both men and women. Among various mechanisms, the main mechanism is hypothesized to be stimulation of epidermal stem cells in the hair follicle bulge and shifting the follicles into the anagen phase. LLLT for hair growth in both men and women appears to be both safe and effective. The optimum wavelength, coherence and dosimetry parameters remain to be determined.