LOS ANGELES, CA – April 30, 2015 – Former NASA scientist Tamim Hamid was featured on FOX News online last week where he discussed Theradome™, the first portable and wearable OTC hair restoration device to be FDA-cleared. The FOX segment shows firsthand how, via laser technology, Theradome™ offers individuals a safe, effective and affordable hair loss solution that will not require surgery or medication.
“The laser light stimulates the mitochondria at the base of the hair follicle, which is where the stem cells that grow hair are located. Once the hair follicle is reactivated using light energy, the hair reverses the miniaturization process which was induced by the hormone DHT,” Hamid tells FOXNews.com.
The feature also follows Sabra Hardy, who for years struggled with significant hair loss caused by alopecia areata, a rare autoimmune disease. Theradome is already FDA-cleared for androgenetic alopecia, so more patients like Sabra are encouraging the company to conduct further clinical trials for her type of condition. After spending countless funds on ineffective hair restoration products and procedures, Hardy finally found a viable solution for regrowing her hair with Theradome™. By wearing the hair rejuvenation helmet for only 20 minutes, twice a week, Hardy was able to completely reverse the severe bald spots caused by her illness.
However, Hardy is not alone in her success. Clinical studies confirm 97 percent of Theradome™ users saw results after just 26 weeks of use. And it isn’t only the helmet’s “80 cold lasers” that are generating buzz; it is also its unique, wearable design, which allows users to stimulate hair growth while going about their day-to-day activities.
“It is completely portable,” explains Hamid. “You can wear it around the house or sit down and watch television.”
The FDA-cleared Theradome™ is available now over-the-counter at www.theradome.com .
Watch the full FOX News segment at http://www.foxnews.com/health/2015/04/26/helmet-to-regrow-hair/