Medical device company Theradome Inc has added the EVO LH40 laser helmet device to its portfolio of hair restoration products.
The company explains that the device contains 40 nanometre proprietary lasers which aim to flood coherent light across the scalp to ensure that affected areas are treated simultaneously. According to Theradome, the laser light penetrates the scalp at 3-5mm to stimulate the base of the hair follicles and promote hair regrowth.
The Theradome EVO LH40 is cordless, portable, suitable for at-home use and features a one-touch button function, accompanied by a user-friendly guided voice command function.
Trichologist Sally-Ann Tarver, the UK distributor for Theradome, said, “I am thrilled that we are able to offer a new hair treatment device to UK hair loss sufferers. I see many people in my clinic who are devastated by their experience of hair loss. Theradome has been clinically engineered specifically to promote hair regrowth. What makes the new Theradome EVO LH40 unique is that the helmet device covers the entire scalp region in just one simple treatment session.”