The sophisticated design and advanced technology of the ReGrow Helmet will lead the industry in engineering and deliverability
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) October 19, 2018
“I’ve spent the last 8 years trying hair thickening solutions to reverse my own thinning hair,” explained ReGrow founder Mitchell Lesbirel. “There are medical studies showing this type of laser treatment to be effective, and once I saw the results for myself I knew there would be a market for a new and improved model.”
The sophisticated design and advanced technology of the ReGrow Helmet will lead the industry in engineering and deliverability. ReGrow emits coherent laser light to stimulate hair growth, emitting red laser light at a wavelength of 680 nm, the optimal spectrum of light for hair regrowth.
Regrow utilities highly specialized Low-level light therapy (LLLT), using 187 Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (5mW VCSEL) to stimulate hair bulb and cause hair regrowth. The premium 'cold lasers' are superior to the traditional laser diodes allowing ReGrow to effectively create almost double the output of most of their competitors.
Now users can visualize and monitor the progress at the follicle level. To achieve greater accountability, Lesbirel integrated built-in microscopes and a camera alongside the helmet’s 187 low level lasers.
The helmet pairs wirelessly over WiFi with its corresponding iOS app, giving users the power to schedule treatments, track their progress, and even live stream for remote scalp and hair diagnosis with greater precision.
Each ReGrow Helmet comes with a no-questions-asked, money back guarantee if users do not see results within eight months of treatment.
To learn more about the ReGrow Helmet Indiegogo campaign, visit http://www.regrowhelmet.com. Early backers will be able to choose from various crowdfunding levels and save 40% off the retail price.
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ReGrow is the next entrepreneurial venture of Mitchell Lesbirel. Lesbirel earned his Business degree at Dalhousie University and was quickly invited to be a part of The Next 36 Business Accelerator Program in Toronto for his entrepreneurial spirit and innovative solutions.