The best defense for your hair.
Baldness, together with a premature graying, constitutes for most people a reason of discomfort. Over 50% of the world’s population believe that baldness is the worst fault even before an ugly smile, wrinkles and an overweight body. Hair loss does not occur only in old age, because it depends on many other factors such as stress, diet, drugs, genetics and much more. Tricholaser allows realizing treatments that are performed in the Haircare Centres, comfortably at home. It uses real infrared laser diodes (905nm), which trigger a bio-stimulating and vascularizing effect, promoting hair regrowth and delaying graying.
DESCRIPTION AND TREATMENT PROCEDURES
Using Tricholaser is simple and intuitive: it will be sufficient to support the lens perpendicular to the skin and move it to the affected area. At the end of treatment, a beep will alert the device to turn off.
Two different modes of use:
Preserving treatment: is to prevent the graying, delaying the onset and lasts 20 minutes.
Revitalizing treatment: favors the regrowth, provides a full head of hair and slows hair loss. Even this treatment has a duration of 20 minutes.
Using Tricholaser is simple and intuitive: it will be sufficient place the lens perpendicular to the skin and move it over the affected area. At the end of treatment, an acoustic alarm will alert the device to turn off.
It is a safe device for the eyes thanks to the LSE patented system, which permits the emission to start only when the device approaches the area to be treated.
For more information, download the manual.
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