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Laser therapy for hair restoration effectively stimulates the hair follicle and is recommended for both men and women. The method, called LLLT (Low Level Laser Therapy), was proposed in 1960-ies for the treatment of various skin diseases, as well as headaches, disorders of locomotor functions, and neurotic pains. Increasing the metabolism in tissues, LLLT has a revitalizing effect, increasing the speed of hair growth, making it more healthy and strong.


Low level light therapy is often used in the treatment of hair loss or baldness. Laser light with a 650nm increases blood flow to the hair follicles, thus stimulating hair growth.


Although the positive effects of laser therapy for hair loss is known for a long time, this method is only recognized in recent years, when clinical trials were conducted, proving the effectiveness of t he laser hair treatment.


Hair growth can be divided into three stages:

Anagen-growth phase

Telogen phase- the phase of rest

Catagen  transitional phase


Typically, 90% of the hairs are in Anagen phase, approximately 10% in the telogen phase. 1-2% in catagen stage. In hair loss sufferers, this percentage is changed and sometimes quite differently. Laser radiation effects the hair bulb, stimulates its growth phase or rest stage which leads to the growth of healthy hair.


It has been noted that LLLT is effectively treating partial alopecia and for the general improvement of the density and thickness of the hair.

During a scientific experiment, it was accidentally revealed that under the influence of red laser light of low intensity, hair grows faster.