Theradome is a hair-growing helmet that fits over your head and promotes hair growth if youre suffering from hair loss. Theradome is hands-free, and can be used at home, unlike more expensive trips to the clinic. Theradome comes with 80 laser diodes, which are all pointed towards hair follicles. Lasers stimulate hair growth faster than LED lights can, and they can increase growth and give a thicker and fuller scalp to areas where hair loss is apparent. Theradome is also the only home hair-restoration device to be cleared by the FDA for being able to use it at home.
The infomercial claims that hair loss happens to millions of women and it can have psychological effects. The CEO of the company said that he struggles with hair loss, and as a former NASA scientist, he wanted to make a great product that wouldnt need medication to use. The Theradome was the result, and its the only FDA cleared device. The helmet has 80 laser diodes and theyre all aimed at hair follicles, the lasers stimulating hair growth. Treatments at the clinic are said to cost way more, but the Theradome is less and can be used at home.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Theradome is $795.00 and the shipping is FREE!
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- New Growth
- Follicle Size
The 80 lasers encourage new hair growth that is strong and healthy.
Existing hair follicles will double in size making existing hair thicker, fuller and more durable.
Prevents future hair loss and slows the hair loss process.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Continuous Treatments?
- How Long Does Charging Take?
- How Often?
- Can Men Use Theradome?
- Can All Ages Use Theradome?
- How To Clean It?
- Shampoo How Often?
Theradome treatments are meant to be continued throughout your lifetime. This process is much like exercise - in order to maintain your results you have to keep working at it. However, once you have reached your hair goal you can reduce treatments to once every 5 days.
Theradome will be fully charged in a maximum of 3 hours.
It is suggested that you used Theradome twice per week. Each treatment session should last 20 minutes.
Theradome has only been FDA approved for women, so men should not use it until FDA approval is given for both sexes.
Yes, people of all ages can use Theradome. If you are experiencing hair loss or thinning of the hair this product is ideal for you. Children and adolescents experiencing hair loss can also use this product.
Do not use any cleaning products on Theradome. Instead use a damp cloth on both the inside and outside to remove any dust and oil. Cleaning products can damage it.
You should only shampoo your hair once every two or three days. Shampooing more than this strips your hair of its natural oils. Also, you should use a medicated shampoo to promote thickness and reduce scalp inflammation.
Using Theradome is not only convenient because you can do it in the comfort of your own home it also saves you money. Theradome laser helmet offers 80 lasers, laser lights, wavelengths of 678 nm and 582 squared centimeters of coverage. You can receive all of this for only a fraction of the price you would pay in a clinic. A laser clinic will charge 6000 dollars for these same services - talk about expensive, invasive and inconvenient.
Easy to Use
- Charge It
- Put It On
- Turn It On
- Track Your Progress
Plug in your Theradome to let it charge.
Once it is charged, place it comfortably on your head.
Press the power button and let Theradome do all the work for you.
Theradome will also tell you how many minutes of your treatment session you have left and how many treatments you have completed since you purchased Theradome.
How It Works
Theradome works through a series of lasers that have equal strength. These lasers prevent and reverse a process referred to a miniaturization of hair follicles. When women experience hair loss their follicles are shrinking, making the hair thinner and more brittle. The lasers used in Theradome return hair follicles to their normal state. This prevents future hair loss because it strengthens the hair follicles - all of this occurs in 18-26 weeks. Next, the lasers work to encourage new hair growth between weeks 28-52. New hair growth is the result of increased blow flow, stimulation of protein synthesis and reduction of harmful enzymes which prevent thickness.