The brushes are most popular for those who want something portable that people don't want to wear, such as a helmet. Most men stop brushing their hair and lack of stimulation can make the hair even weaker.

The brushes are FDA approved as they have less than 500 mW of power and are not overpowering. 

Many women are now starting to lose their hair, not jsut men. I think the main thing to blame is DHT, Dihydrotestosterone, in the scalp and hair follicles. The DHT is what is cutting off the oxgyen, nutrients, and blood supply to the hair follicles. The laser, if not too strong nor too weak, can stimulate the scalp and counteract this DHT so the hair will then get the blood flow that it needs to grow hair. This is why so many people use special shampoos for hair growth because those shampoos have DHT inhibitors in them. These shampoos also work hand in hand with the laser. When the shampoo is used and the laser is used, it is working synergistically.

Using a good shower filter will help so the scalp keeps a balanced pH and impurities don't get absorbed in the hair follicles. (I will give anyone their first shower filter at cost. I am not here to convince you how important the shower filter is. You just gotta try it. Google it and you will learn that showering with hot water is just as bad as drinking 5 gallons of tap water. Your skin absorbs the impurities in the water just as much as drinking it.

The brushes are good for those that don't want to overcharge their hair. Many people don't know what they heck they are doing and just listen to anyone that they think they know what they are talking about. If the hair follicles are too stimulate and the immune system isn't familiar how to approach it, the body can reject the hair follicles and send whatever chemicals or hormones to reject them and it can do the opposite of what you bought the laser for. Think about it if you haven't. Depending on your body ecology, the strength of a brush might just be the best approach for you rather than having hundreds of diodes or a very strong pulsed high wattage laser.

I cannot believe that in the years of selling cold lasers on LoveLasers.com, I had no idea that these could be used for hair loss. Just like you don't want too much power in a cold laser for certain issues, you don't want to stimulate the blood flow deeper than the scalp if your goal is to just treat the hair follicles.

Also, the laser must have the right wavelength. This is why the cold lasers that are not meant for the hair have much different wavelengths and the companies that I asked if their cold lasers would help restore the hair, they said absolutely no. It takes a certain power and wavelength to restore the dormant hair follicles back to homeostasis. If too much power, it might be hard to get the follicle to -25 mV. Again, you don't want the body's immune system to reject the follicles by jacking the power up too high. 
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