What is Low Level Light Therapy?

What is Low Level Light Therapy?

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Millions of people experience hair loss to one extreme or the other. The amount of hair lost and the cause differ significantly, but one treatment option that may work for many is low level light therapy. Today, hair restoration is a growing industry with numerous opportunities for individuals to see improvement in the amount or quality of their hair. Could low level light therapy help you? For many of people, it could be a non-surgical and effective way of seeing significant improvement without pain or discomfort.

How Does Low Level Light Therapy Work?

Often called LLLT, this is a nonsurgical method of improving hair loss and hair thinning. It does not cause any pain and, while it does use a laser-like technology, there is no burning of the follicles or damage to the skin. Rather, a visible red light is emitted from a hand-held device or cap. This light is then absorbed into the skin and hair cells. The technology works to stimulate the growth of hair on the head without negatively impacting the skin or the person’s overall health. However, the results can begin to be seen over a shorter period of time than many other types of hair restoration techniques.

While this technology may seem as though it is break through science, it is not necessarily. In fact, the first laser light technology applied specifically for hair loss occurred in 1967. Of course, today, the technology is much more refined and effective. In fact, many doctors and hair professionals view low level light therapy a mainstream solution to encourage natural hair growth without any types of complications or risks. Many people feel this method is a better option than other methods, such as medications and surgical treatments, because those options tend to have harsh side effects.

Why Does a Laser Light Work?

How can the application of a light on skin help restore hair growth? It may not seem like it is doing much, but in fact it can be highly effective. Low level light therapy works by increasing the amount of blood that flows through the hair follicles and skin cells. This process stimulates the body’s natural ability to heal. It is an FDA approved method for hair restoration and one that works well for most people. In fact, some studies report up to 85 percent improvement in hair loss stoppage and regrowth of hair as high as 55 percent.
This treatment is also a very safe option. There are several reasons for this:

• It has been used for years and has a very low level of risk associated with the low level light therapy.

• It has been used in Europe and Asia for several decades. As noted, it is also FDA approved in the United States from approved providers.

• It’s non-surgical, which means there is no down time and there is very little, if any, risk of infection.

• This method can be an option for most people even those who are not candidates for hair loss surgeries.

Who Should Use This Technology?

You should seek out low level light therapy if you are experiencing hair thinning or hair loss. It can be an effective treatment for both men and women. This treatment does not cause pain and only takes a few minutes spent in a clinic-like setting or the treatment may be done at home with a portable device. When you get this, it will help to encourage thicker, stronger, and overall healthier hair. In addition, it can help to increase hair volume by as much as 25 percent while rehabilitating damaged hair. And, most people see the treatment as a simple, easy way to see significant improvement without any downtime. Talk to your hair loss specialist about how this treatment can work for you. Contact the team at Unique Hair Concepts to learn more about your hair loss options.

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