This hands-free hair rejuvenation system for both men and women, the iGrow by Apira Science, is so hilarious looking it's hard to believe it's a real product. But for $695, it had better be. Developed by industry professionals, the funny looking helmet provides you with the ability to listen to music while employing low level lasers along with high output LEDs to promote thicker and fuller hair.
Choose a 20-25 minute session a few times each week, and if you’re like others who have seen results, you could see thicker and fuller hair growth in as little as 60 days. The low-level laser technology is hands free and pain free, and works in tandem with 30-high-output LEDs that cover the entire scalp with rejuvenating light. Built-in headphones connect to your iPod. Relax and enjoy your favorite music while helping to regain the look of thicker, fuller, and healthier hair. Automatic shut-off.
Within 12 weeks of using iGrow as directed, most consumers report that they experience the cessation of excess hair loss. The appearance of thicker, fuller, healthier hair is typical within 24 weeks.
About Apira Science
Apira Science is an established leader and pioneer in low level laser therapy for hair loss and thinning hair. Its Revage670™ system has earned numerous accolades from doctors and patients alike for its ability to stop the appearance of hair loss and promote thicker, fuller hair. Now, Apira is launching a consumer solution that leverages the Revage670 technology in a compact, hands-free system that will enable hair rejuvenation in the comfort of one's own home. The new iGrow at home laser is also iPod/MP3 compatible, further enhancing the appeal of this easy-to-use device. For additional information please visit www.apirascience.com.
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