1. LED THERAPY

Low level LED therapy is used to treat androgenetic alopecia and has no side effects.

Research has shown that low-level light therapy is absorbed by the cells, triggering favorable cell activity. Therefore, LED treatment makes the hair follicles more active, which promotes hair growth and, in some cases, improves the texture and shine of the hair.

This therapy also stimulates blood circulation and normalizes hyperactivity of the scalp, responsible for oily hair, dandruff and itching that causes hair loss.

2. LED: INDICATIONS

Men and women
Seasonal hair loss
Diffuse alopeica

LED treatment is not recommended for pregnant women, people with diabetes, skin diseases, hemophilia, skin inflammations, or taking drugs or photosensitizers.

3. LED: USE

The helmet is placed above the head and a program is set according to the case of the patient. It is advisable to use a medical treatment in addition to the LED treatment.

4. ADVANTAGES OF LED

This technique can be used for both men and women

It is a non-drug treatment that has been approved by the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration)

The technique is fast, pain free and has no side effects.

5. DISADVANTAGES OF LED

The only drawback of this method is its duration; it takes at least two months of treatment before seeing a normalization of the fall.

6. PROTOCOL

Each session lasts 25 minutes and the protocols adapt according to the patients. In general, the protocol is as follows: 4 sessions per month for 3 months, ie 12 sessions in total.

Variable intensity results are usually observed from the 8th to 10th sessions.

7. FEES

A LED session costs 70 euros.

The LED session includes the use of the Miltahead helmet for a period of 25 minutes.

8. CONCLUSION

Many studies have shown a normalization of the fall and sometimes a moderate regrowth. The results vary according to each patient and are generally visible from the 10th session.

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