With Leimo's laser comb, the Leimo Personal Hair Laser
LLLT and LEDT
LLLT and LEDT are two known phototherapies in treating hair loss. LLLT specifically is widely performed in hair clinics and salons across Europe and in the US for its several positive effects on the living cells while LEDT is known for its therapeutic effects on damaged tissues.
The Leimo Personal Hair Laser, through LLLT and LEDT, create photochemical effects to restore hair. The only difference between the two is in the light coherence (LLL is coherent while LED is non-coherent). When photons come in contact with the scalp cells, they turn into chemical energy needed in the mitochondria to improve cellular performance. In this way, hair follicles are forced to produce new hair.
LLLT and LEDT only work on miniaturized cells - those which have not yet been damaged entirely. This is why it is only indicated in mild to moderate cases of pattern baldness, the most common form of hair loss.
The stimulating bar is another special feature in the Leimo laser comb. It is made of urethane rubber which massages the blood vessels and provides an acupuncture effect. Generally, it improves the blood circulation to stimulate hair regrowth.
Directions for Use
Make sure the device is switched on.
Position it on the scalp for at most 10 seconds.
In a stepping motion, move the laser for approximately 1 centimeter away from the previous spot. Do this until the entire scalp has received treatment.
Do this for 10 minutes (the device automatically turns off after 10 minutes).
When not in use, put the device on the charging cradle. Make sure the cradle is always turned on.
It is recommended that you use the Leimo Laser Comb everyday, that is, for 60 to 70 minutes a week. If by chance, you missed one treatment, then you can add another 10 minutes to the next session.
Safety and Efficacy
Leimo Laser Comb is as effective as clinical LLLT and LEDT. In fact, it achieved 90% user satisfaction from Australia. In the hair-related industry, this is a very significant indicator of the tool's effectiveness. It is considered as a non-significant risk laser. Hence, it is safe for everyone's use.