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Helmet LED Treatment Grows Hair

Quick Dose Info

Wavelength (nm):
655 nm
Joules (J):
Unknown

RESULTS/SUMMARY

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Study Summary

Researchers treated balding men and women aged 19 to 65 years old with 655 nm red light therapy (LLLT: low level light therapy).

They fitted helmets with 2.36 mW LED 655 nm output to administer the treatment.

They tested hair growth at 0, 8 and 16 weeks.

At the end of 16 weeks, particpants in the treatment group had more hairs and they were thicker as well.

The control group did not experience an increase in hair quanity or thickness.

There were no adverse side effects.

 

Wavelength (nm)
655 nm
Joules (J)
Unknown
Body Target
Scalp
Condition Treated
Hair Growth
Pulsed/Continuous
Unknown
Treatment Points
Unknown
EMF Type
Red 630-700 nm
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Some data in this summary is from the PBM Database