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FAQ for Auxo A300™
The AUXO A300™ laser cap, with its 300 surface mount technology laser diodes, works in a couple of ways to stabilize further progression of thinning and shedding and also to re-grow those tiny miniaturized hairs into thicker, fuller, and longer terminal hairs. Learn more here
We only utilize devices that use medical grade laser diodes. This means that you get the right amount of light energy exactly where you need it. Lasers penetrates deeper, better and are clinically proven to be therapeutic for their specific purpose.
Laser light does not spread as much as LEDs over the same distance, which allows lasers to penetrate tissue to a deeper level with higher concentration. For photobiomodulation therapy, the farther the light is from the target, the less intense and less effective the treatment will be.
Photo = Light, Bio = Living Tissue, Modulation = Making a change or impact
Photobiomodulation is a more scientific and precise term for Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). The energy produced by the SMT diodes in the AUXO A300™ device positively impacts the direct blood supply to and the cellular metabolism within the cells of the hair follicles to affect increased activity, which stops shedding and impacts regrowth of hair. Learn more here
Any person who is concerned about disturbing shedding or thinness of their hair is a good candidate for laser therapy. A frightening statistic is that after 50% of your hair has already gone down the drain when you even begin to notice thinness! There is no point in waiting to see if it will get better – now is the time to take control of your hair loss!
FAQ for Hair Health
Are you tired of hearing conflicting advice about how to keep your hair healthy and luscious? With so many myths and misconceptions out there, it can be difficult to know what to believe. In this blog post, we cover some of the most common hair health myths and bust them once and for all.
If you are looking into medically effective therapies to treat you thinning hair or balding, you probably already know that 98% of hair loss is genetic. You just have to look into the hair status of members of both sides of your family, looking back a few generations, and you now know why your hair is falling out.
Hair loss is “polygenic”, which means that bits of genetic information from both sides of your family are taken into account for your hair loss. This genetic information is additive; so, for example, if your mother’s grandmother was a woman with thin hair or your father’s brother was bald, then this is where your pattern of hair loss is from. And…you can’t change those genes! Learn more here
A major cause of hair shedding and hair loss is decreased blood flow at the level of the hair follicles themselves. There are between 100,000 to 150,000 follicles on the human scalp. Each and every one of them has its own tiny arteriole and venule! These vessels coalesce into an important network of blood vessels within the scalp. Again, because of your genetics, there is a decrease in blood flow right there, which directly feeds your follicles of oxygen, nutrients, etc. This triggers follicular miniaturization and the process of losing your hair. The really bad news is that this process is progressive throughout your life. Learn more here
FAQ for Copper Chemist
GHK-Cu or Copper Tripeptide-1 can be found in the human body. However, as we age, the level drops from around 200ng/ml to 80 ng/ml. This protein compound is made up of 3 amino acids and can be found in various cosmetic products. The reason Copper Peptides are so popular among many topical treatments, is because of the multitude of benefits they provide the skin and hair.
The biggest benefit of Copper Peptides is that they have been shown to assist with hair growth. Copper Tripeptide-1 has been shown to have a similar result on hair growth as a 5% minoxidil treatment. Minoxidil treatments are used to treat hair loss, specifically androgenic alopecia, or male pattern baldness and female pattern hair loss. Learn more here
Copper peptides are small molecules composed of copper ions and short chains of amino acids. They are widely known for their skin benefits, but they also have numerous benefits for hair health. In this article, we will explore what copper peptides are and how they can benefit your hair. Learn more here
For more than 35 years, I have dedicated my career to medically and aesthetically caring for patients who have concerns about their hair. Time and again, individuals seek my expertise, worried about their hair’s texture and behavior, particularly in the face of thinning.
I’ll tell you what I have told them; if you are trying to take care of your hair, the most important thing to look for are hair care products with ingredients that preserve healthy follicles. It is critical to understand that in order to truly obtain great hair, it is necessary to have a healthy scalp. A healthy scalp creates the perfect milieu to have healthy follicles to grow healthy hair. It’s that simple. Learn more here