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Hands Free Hair Rejuvenator – freak out your follicles with some pulsed lasers


This Hands Free Hair Rejuvenator promises to revitalize your follicles through the application of ‘a broad array of pulsed light energy’. We’re kind of thinking you could probably get a similar result from shining a flashlight at your forehead, but then again we’re not scientists. Obviously. So how does it work? Well apparently a particular wavelength of light stimulates cellular activity or something. Isn’t technology wonderful? And you get to look like a reject understudy from the movie Tron. Awesome. $699.95.

 Made by a company that supplies hair rejuvenation technology to physicians, it employs low level laser therapy (LLLT) that provides pain-free light stimulation for cells in hair follicles, encouraging them to repair themselves. In concert with 30 high-output LEDs that provide a broad array of pulsed light energy, the rejuvenator’s 21 built-in lasers produce a 655nm wavelength–the optimal wavelength used in LLLT for increased cellular activity within hair follicles. The included tethered handset provides five pre-set, 20 to 25-minute treatment programs for both men and women; results in as little as 60 days have been reported by those using the device two or three times per week.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

1 Comment

  • It’s funny how 655nm is just what the cells need. It coincides _perfectly_ with the wavelength cheap red laser diodes use! (There’s almost no alternative.)

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