Egg Head is a hat-like device that will reportedly aid with hair growth, even if you're a person who's already begun to lose their hair due to age. If you place this device on your head for 10 minutes a day, it's stated that you'll be able to regrow some hair you've lost, thereby covering bald spots or thinning patches. It's been deemed suitable for people of any gender, and two different versions, including a standard version and the more powerful deluxe offering, are available.
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Each Egg Head, which resembles a lightweight construction helmet, does its work by virtue of dual light spectrum technology. Once you place the device on your head and turn it on, the LED lights within the device will begin to act on the skin of your scalp. They'll stimulate the production of nitric oxide, a natural compound in the body that promotes hair growth, and at the same time, improve your blood flow to inhibit DHT production. DHT is a male sex hormone that promotes hair loss and is found in both men and women in varying degrees.
To start using your Egg Head, place the device on your head as you would a hat, with the digital timer display facing the front.
Next, use the power button to turn on the device. Once it's on, you can sit still, stand still or move around as you normally would. You can even exercise gently. The only thing you must avoid while wearing this type of device is getting in the water.
After 10 minutes, your device's timer will beep and you can take it off. Don't opt to leave it on, as your scalp should only be exposed to LED lights for that specified amount of time. Store your device away in a cool, dry place until the next day you decide to wear it.
Virtually any adult of any age or gender can use an Egg Head to help themselves grow back hair they've lost or to prompt their existing hair to grow more quickly. However, if you're pregnant or have one or more medical conditions, you should talk to a doctor before getting one. Children shouldn't use this type of device, but teens may be able to upon consultation with a doctor. If there are multiple adults (or perhaps teens) in your family who want to use one, you may be able to share since one size will fit almost any person.
Your Egg Head will need to be charged if you want to take advantage of the dual light therapy that the LED lights within it will provide. Otherwise, the device will basically function as a protective hat without helping your hair grow. Fortunately, each hat-like device can be recharged between sessions with the included USB charging cable. Once it's charged, you won't need to plug it into anything in order to use it.
This device has been cleared by the FDA, although it hasn't yet been approved, which indicates that the United States Food and Drug Administration has quite a favorable view of its safety. A device that's FDA cleared will not have undergone extensive testing yet but will have been deemed similar to another legally sold and FDA cleared or approved device.
As alluded to above, you can get the standard Egg Head, which contains 119 LED lights that'll provide light therapy to your scalp to aid your hair with growth. If you're experiencing a lot of hair loss and you think 119 lights just won't cut it, though, you can get the deluxe version with 179 lights. Aside from the number of lights they contain, these devices are the same thing and are to be used in the same way.
Your Egg Head's built-in timer will beep loudly to let you know when you've been wearing your device for 10 minutes.
If you have one of these devices, you won't have to sit in a salon while a professional rubs ointment on your scalp for a half-hour to stimulate your hair's growth. Instead, you'll be able to treat your own scalp in 10 minutes per day at home or wherever you are. If you're pressed for time, you may even want to wear your device at the office or while you're driving in the car.
It's logical that once your lost hair starts to grow back, you'll start to look younger, which will likely make you feel more confident. This may also make you appear more attractive to others, both socially and professionally. Furthermore, those Egg Head users who haven't lost much hair to start with will probably find that their hair becomes thicker, and thick hair typically looks more attractive than the thinning variety.
Some people who have lost a lot of their hair either temporarily or permanently will choose to wear professionally made wigs, but sometimes these look unnatural. Plus, they have to be replaced every year or so if you wear them every day, which could be hard on your wallet. Alternatively, if you use Egg Head to stimulate hair growth instead, you'll only have to obtain one device for years of use and you'll be able to regrow your own natural hair.
Those people who are looking for an inconspicuous, discreet solution to their hair-loss woes might not be happy with the Egg Head. Unless you decide to wear it at home only, wearing it will draw attention to you, as it'll look like you're wearing a construction helmet around public places such as parks or grocery stores. Even parents who put one of these on at home may get funny looks from their kids. If wearing one of these hat-like devices embarrasses you too much, you may be better off using pills or ointments to attempt to stimulate your hair's growth.
For the best results possible, you should use, as instructed, the bottle of Egghead Healthy Hair Vitamins that comes with each standard or deluxe Egg Head. These vitamins contain folic acid and biotin, which help hair remain strong and healthy. Although you should experience some hair growth due to using your hat-like device on its own, taking the vitamins will increase the likelihood that the hair you sprout comes out healthy and strong. Healthy, strong hair will be less likely to fall out again in comparison to thin, dull strands of hair.
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