IGrow is an electronic hair growth stimulation device that resembles a hat. It comes in the form of a headset with a large "roof" that contains several lights. Each light produces rays at a wavelength that has been clinically proven to aid in the hair regrowing process. The headset includes high quality earphones and an auxiliary jack for the wearer to enjoy audio from their own devices. Also included is a remote control, AC adapter and cables for both the aux jack and to charge the remote.
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Does It Really Work?
Yes, iGrow takes advantage of the scientific finding that light emissions at a specified range of wavelengths ( 650 - 670 nm for those interested ) can stimulate hair growth. The practice is known as low level light therapy. Published studies for both primary sexes have identified this specific form of infrared light as being effective at inducing hair regrowth because it energizes the cells responsible for follicle production. Customers should see positive results when directions are followed correctly.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Read Manual
The purchaser should become completely familiar with this device by reading the entire manual as many times as is necessary before first use. Low level light is safe in most situations, but failure to follow proper instructions may lead to poor results.
- Put it on
Users can prepare for using the device by setting up a preferred audio source via the aux plug should they desire. Otherwise it just needs to be placed on the head and ears as illustrated.
- Start it up
To initialize the first session, customers need to select from one of five options using a switch. Take the product off when the session is over and that's it.
- Repeat Sessions
Customers should continue the sessions as stated in the manual. Normal sessions are 20 to 25 minutes in length and should occur three to four times a week. It is usually necessary to use the device for twelve or more weeks before results will be noticeable.
- Not for Everyone
Low level light therapy is a proven method for reversing mild to moderate thinning of the hair. Unfortunately, devices like this one are not recommended for people with complete baldness or other forms of severe hair loss.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What Kind of Lights Are Used?
The iGrow uses a combination of both laser and LED light sources. Lasers provide an energetic beam of focused light, while light emitting diodes cover a wider area with a gentler effect.
- Are Combination Treatments Ok?
Yes, in most cases this product is safe to use in combination with several other hair growth remedies. Substances like Propecia and Rogaine are safe to use along with the device but are not necessary to achieve the desired results. Users with recent transplants can use low level light therapy as long as the scalp don't come into physical contact with the light source. At the present time iGrow meets this requirement.
- Can it be Used it More Often?
It is not recommended to use this device more often than the prescribed three to four times per week. The cells must be allowed sufficient time between sessions to recuperate or there will be an increased risk of causing damage and lowers the potential for positive results.
- Can Women Use It?
Yes, this is a unisex item and has been proven in clinical studies to be effective for both men and women. However, it is recommended that anyone nursing, pregnant or suspected of being so should check with their physician before proceeding with this treatment.
- Will Buyers Know It's Working?
This is a tough question because every person has a different response to low level light therapy and hair regrowth products in general. Noticeable improvement usually occurs in 12 to 16 weeks but it may take up to 24 weeks for fully developed growth.
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