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Women’s Health – March 2017

Capillus Laser Cap Featured in Women’s Health in Extreme Weight Loss Co-Host, Heidi Powell, Article

Celebrity fitness coach & Capillus user, Heidi Powell, discusses how life events triggered her androgenetic alopecia and how the the laser cap has helped her hair loss. The Capillus82 is highlighted in the issue on page 50.

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Southwest – October 2016

A guide to aging gracefully

Hair loss is another symptom of menopause and growing older. Perhaps you’ve not iced more hair gathered in your comb or shower drain, and you’re wondering how to restore hair growth. Men typically use hair plugs, prescription drugs, or topical solu­tions. but these options have proven less effective-or are unavailable­for women. Fortunately, laser hair therapy is an increasingly popular method of treating hair loss in women: It’s painless, easy, and usu­ally void of side effects.

Consider adding a Capillus hat to your wardrobe. The FDA­approved product diodes-more than most options on the market-that fit nicely into a regular base­ball cap. Its discreet and comfortable style blends with powerful technology to aid your hair replacement efforts. includes 82 laser

Southwest – September 2016

Look Good, Feel Good, Be Healthy

If the thought of losing your hair makes you want to Jose your mind, you’re not alone. The American Hair Loss Association has found that two-thirds of American men experience hair Joss by age 35. But before you resign yourself to hiding under a ball cap for the rest of your life, consider this: What if, instead of covering your thinning hair, a hat could actually help to regrow it?

Capillus laser therapy caps do exactly that. The FDA-cleared hats are lined with low-level lasers that increase blood flow to the scalp, strengthen pre-existing hair, and stimulate hair follicle re­growth. Simply wearing the battery ­powered cap for 30 minutes every other day helps to slow, stop. and potentially reverse hair loss.

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Dr. Oz Show – December 2015

Latest Breakthroughs in Thinning Hair

Capillus physician, Bernstein Medical’s Dr. Sejal Shah, discussed the latest breakthroughs in thinning hair on a December 2015 broadcast of the Dr. Oz show.

Three different types of at-home laser therapy solutions for thinning hair were featured, along with 5% minoxidil for women and platelet rich plasma solutions. Because patients can use LLLT devices at home, they’re able to get faster, more consistent results. The Capillus laser cap makes this process incomparably simple, as all users have to do is put it on and take it off 30 minutes later. Since it’s hands-free, it doesn’t get in the way of other tasks.

Three audience members sampled a traditional laser comb device, a head band, and the Capillus272 laser cap. Dr. Shah mentions the concerns of many patients considering laser therapy to treat their hair loss… Does it work? Is it safe? Is it going to penetrate the brain? Is it going to cause cancer? The answer to all of these questions is a resounding “no”. Capillus laser therapy is cleared by the US Food & Drug Administration and is very safe.

Men’s Journal – October 2015

Look Good, Feel Good, Be Healthy

If the thought of losing your hair makes you want to Jose your mind, you’re not alone. The American Hair Loss Association has found that two-thirds of American men experience hair Joss by age 35. But before you resign yourself to hiding under a ball cap for the rest of your life, consider this: What if, instead of covering your thinning hair, a hat could actually help to regrow it?

Capillus laser therapy caps do exactly that. The FDA-cleared hats are lined with low-level lasers that increase blood flow to the scalp, strengthen pre-existing hair, and stimulate hair follicle re­growth. Simply wearing the battery ­powered cap for 30 minutes every other day helps to slow, stop. and potentially reverse hair loss.

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