Cherry Daniel Hair Comb December 09th, 2017 - 05:43:24
Exposure to toxic chemicals (including tobacco smoke), radiation exposure, iron deficiency, hormonal changes (pregnancy), thyroid disease and stress including crash diets can be factors. It is important to note that many of these conditions change and hair follicles that are not totally "dead" for more that seven years can re-grow hair. The use of a laser hair comb along with proper nourishment, vitamins, exercise and optimum scalp care including proper shampoos, scalp nutrients and conditioners can reawaken, open up and spur follicles back into action to produce hair. Follicles that may be producing fine, weakened hair shafts will start producing thicker, shinier and healthier hair.
Laser hair combs work on the principle of phototherapy or light therapy. The correct laser frequency is concentrated on the scalp to increase blood circulation resulting in hair growth. The process, similar to photosynthesis in plants, is known as photobiostimulation. In a laser hair comb, lasers emit red (or cool) light waves which pass through the soft tissues of the scalp and about 5 to 6mm into the hair follicles. This light results in the increased molecular action of adenosine triphosphate(ATP) which stores and transports energy. This action increases cellular metabolism by stimulating the cells intake of nutrients and the removing waste products. In this process damaged tissues get replaced and repaired quickly resulting in increased hair growth and hair restoration.
Laser hair comb is an effective device that scientists invented to regrow lost hair or to stop hair from falling. It is the result of many years of researches and investigations in this field. The results have shown that hair grows in a cycle. This cycle is estimated to last from two to three years. There are many factors that causes unusual hair fall though. Wearing gel is a common bad habit among males in general. It is very dangerous for the hair health. Some medicines and creams can also lead to the same results, without mentioning your psychological state. None the less, hair loss can also be hereditary.