Theradome Hair Growth Laser Helmet Review with Photos in Details

Theradome Hair Growth Helmet

This blog is to review Theradome laser hair growth system, one of the many brands that belong to low level laser therapy (LLLT) (also known as laser phototheraphy -LPT). Some major LLLT brands includes HairMax, Igrow, Theradome, Irestore, and Capillus. Small scale clinical studies  indicated  LLLT may help halt hair loss and boost hair regrowth.  Although LLT is less popular and less effective than the mainstream treatment like Minoxidil and finasteride, it warrants some examination. 

 

What is the Theradome Laser Hair Growth System?

Like all other LLLT devices, it is  FDA-cleared to be safe to use as over-the-counter (OTC)  medical device (not FDA approved for hair loss treatment).  Nonetheless, it is marketed as wearable device for the treatment of hair loss. It is supposed to be wore twice weekly ( 20 minutes each time). Theradome is said to use clinical-strength laser technology in treating both hair loss and thinning hair for men and women. More specifically, it is intended for men between the age range of 18-48 (Norwooed-Hamilton Scale between Class IIa to V )and women between 18-60 years who are suffering from hair loss (Ludwig Savin Scale between Class I to II ) (see image below). The skin type Theradome may work is Fitzpatrick Skin Types  I to VI as shown below.

Theradome advises that your hair will be "cleaner, more manageable with improved luster and fuller body after 4 to 6 months, and you will expect thicker and longer hair and healthier scalp after 5 months to a year of continuous use. And results will continue to improve with continuous use after 5 months. 

 

 

Theradome does not work for all hair loss type. It may only work for minor hair loss as indicated below. 

 men and women's hair loss classifications

 

 

Theradome does not work for all skin type. It may only work for light skin type as indicated below. Presumarly when the skin is darker, it alters the the laser energy being absorbed by the skin and make it inffective.   

lasser helmet fitzpatrick skin type

 

 

 How does it work? 

Theradome, when worn appropriately on the head and switched on, emits a red light, which is then absorbed by your cells. Theradome alluded that coherent laser light (578 nm) absorbed stimulates a rapid change in the metabolism rate and ATP production of the cells. This helps strengthen hair follicles or even awaken dormant follicles to start producing hair again. 

 

 

 What is included in the product?

theradome components

 

 

 

 

How is Theradome compared to other laser helmet?

 

 

 Irestore

Igrow 

Therodome 

 Capillus

 Number of laser diode

21  21  80  80

 Wavelength of laser (nm)

 650  650  678  650

 Number of LED lights 

 30  30  0  0

 Can fit with different

size of head?

 Yes Yes Yes Yes*

 FDA cleared?

 yes  yes  yes  yes

FDA approved?

NO NO NO NO

 Where is it made

China China USA USA

 Battery powered?

Optional 

(+$100)

 No  yes  yes

Including wall plug for outside USA?**

NO  yes NO  yes

Quality of the product

 Excellent Excellent Excellent Good

Price (USD)

595 495 895 799

Overall Evaluation

Very Good Good The Best Excellent

 *: Capillus is a cap like laser helmet. The size of the cap can't be adjusted to fit heads of different size. However, it offers two sizes of the cap, one for average size of head and one for larger head.

**: Igrow and Capillus provide wall plugs that look similar to what is shown below. It includes changeable plug prongs so it can be used in most countries in the world. The AC adaptor of all four brands above can be used with voltage from 100 v to 240v. 

 

 

 

 

How to use Theradome?

Using the theradome is quite straight forward. All you have to do is put it on your head, press master switch button start, the laser lights are turned on for 20 minutes and will shut off automatically after 20 minutes. The helmet is made of plastic. It includes foam pads to help fit with head of different size. The device has sensor to detect if the helmet is on the head or not. It is recommended to use twice a week. 

 

 

Theradome Safety

Theradome is generally consider to free of side effects other than some complaint about itchy scalp. It very important to make sure your head is free of minoxidil or any other hair care products when you use Theradome hair laser treatment device. You can still use minoxidil products as if you were not using the laser helmet. You just need to wash your hair and dry it before you use Theradome.

It is imperative that you keep the device away from water, wet spots, or anything damp. Also, make sure your hair is dry before using it, and it should be kept away from the reach of children or pets. 

 

Theradome Before and After Picture Results

 

 

theradome side effects

irestore before and after results

 

Where to Buy Theradome

You can conveniently order them online with free shipping. You can either order it from Amazon or Theradome official website.  

 

Conclusion on Theradome

If your hair loss is mild and your main goal is to stop further hair loss, you can try lower level laser therapy (LLLT). However, if your hair loss is in an advanced stage and you want to regrow some of your loss hair, it is better to use FDA approved (instead of FDA cleared) products like Minoxidil and/or finasteride.  If you do decide to try LLLT treatment, Theradome is is a very good choice because of its high quality and low price (per laser diode) and being made in the USA. If your budget is a little tight, you can consider the Irestore Laser Hair Growth System, another well-built laser helmet. If buget is a none issue for you and you want to have the highest number of laser diodes, you can consider Capillus Laser therapy Cap for Hair Regrowth

 

 

 

More images of Theradome laser hair regrowth helmet

 

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