Before/After Photos, Review: Hairmax Laser Comb – FDA Cleared, Approved Treatment For Hair Growth

Before/After Photos, Review: Hairmax Laser Comb – FDA Cleared, Approved Treatment For Hair Growth

The new HairMax Laser Comb introduced by Lexington International promotes hair growth. It also prevents further hair loss; thickens hair; improves quality, shine and manageability of hair. It employs Patented Low Level Laser Photo Therapy and is FDA Class-2 cleared. It is an effective, safe and convenient at home treatment with no known adverse side effects. It comes in 4 models: Advanced 7, Lux 9, Professional 12 and Premium 2011 model (each with varying levels of strength).


Before/After Photos, Review: Hairmax Laser Comb - FDA Cleared, Approved Treatment For Hair Growth

The device is placed flat on scalp making sure that both rows of teeth touch the scalp. With its Patented Teeth Mechanism and Patented Hair Parting Mechanism, the hair parting teeth push hair aside to create a direct path between the laser beams and the scalp. It is required to move the device very slowly at around half an inch every 4 seconds without lifting it from the scalp. If moved very fast, the treatment may not be as effective. It comes with an automated beep which lets you know when to move the device to the next portion of scalp. It is suggested to use for 10-15 mins a day, thrice a week on non consecutive days for at least 12 weeks.

The mechanism involved is Photo Biostimulation. The laser energy emitted increases cellular metabolism. The increase in blood flow brings the important nutrients into the follicle while taking away harmful waste products. The hair follicle then has the building blocks and energy to transform from a weakened follicle to one that is healthy and capable of producing thick hair.

Before/After Photos, Review: Hairmax Laser Comb - FDA Cleared, Approved Treatment For Hair Growth

Clinical Study:

Recent clinical study in 2007 at 26 weeks with 460 clinical study participants in 6 double blind clinical studies was conducted. They were advised to use the treatment 3 times a week on non consecutive days for 10-15 minutes per treatment. Subjects using HairMax Laser Comb showed 23.3 hairs/sq cm hair growth rate while compared to 0.9 hair/sq cm hair growth rate for a placebo device. Success rate was over 93% and an average of 24% hair regrowth.

Hairmax Laser Comb Advanced 7 comes in $295, Premium Luxe 9 comes in $495 and Professional 12 comes in $545 at These products are also available at Amazon, Overstock, Dermadoctor and Sears Marketplace.

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  • Gary D
    Posted at 17:51h, 05 August

    I am a 55 year old disabled veteran living on a very small pension. .
    I still have most of my hair but it is thinning. I would love to try the Hair max laser comb but it is just too expensive. Is there any reason that this product costs so much other than the fact that they can charge this much? I have seen quite a few laser combs that are a lot cheaper. With todays technology I would think the price should come dowm. Spending anywhere from $300.00 to $545 for something that may or may not work is a lot of money for me. I far as Lexington chargeing so much I think this is another case of we can so we will.
    Companies no longer care about their customer, it’s all about the bottom line. I have coontacted Lexington this last year to see if they offer discounts to disabled veterans, no they don’t. I asked if they had any blimished products that could be purchased at a discount, no they don’t. You would think that this company would be more considerate of our disabled veterans. Again they’re not. I guess since having hair is a vanity thing they can do whatever they feel makes them money. Funny they say it take so long to see results but their warranty runs out before that happens.

  • sandy
    Posted at 18:52h, 29 September

    The picture tells me it doesn’t work because that’s a look a like, looks like my head when I need to color. The first pic was after letting the grey grow out which makes you appear to have even less hair, then after haircolor is applied, and you can still see the scalp. It’s just shaded some from the hair color. Gee, with all the photoshop they could have done a better fake pic than this

  • Denise
    Posted at 13:02h, 16 May

    I have thinning hair and would love to try this.

  • Jamie
    Posted at 00:43h, 18 August

    I would absolutely be willing to try HairMax. More companies are producing at home laser devices, which I think is fantastic to have the opportunity to treat any issue at your home. Considering my current hair thinning/loss, I’m definitely going to look into this device, it just might be what I need!

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