“Finally I can enjoy a hair I like! Thanks to Folilaser, I’ve grown more hair and feel more self-confident.”
The efficacy of Folilaser has been demonstrated through several studies and numerous researches
The proven effectiveness of our laser comb is based on advanced technology, especially when it comes to the combination of the laser function and the vibration in one device.
As has been amply demonstrated in many studies, the treatments with laser combs improve the circulation in the scalp, increasing the supply of nutrients to the cells and strengthening the treated tissue. All this slows down the hair loss and stimulate the growth and renewal of hair.
What can you achieve with the use of Folialser?:
- 80% have achieved thicker hair.
- 78% have achieved a more voluminous hair.
- 75% have achieved a more shiny hair.
- 88,5% have achieved a hair with a healthier appearance.
- 85% have achieved a better looking hair.
- 90% are satisfied with the results they have achieved with the laser therapy.
Studies showing the effectiveness of low-emission laser therapy:
CIGNA HealthCare Coverage Position Paper: Low Level Laser Therapy National Institutes of Health: National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS): Q&A Alopecia Areata.
Al-Mutairi N. (2007): 308-nm Excimer laser for the treatment of alopecia areata. Dermatologic Surgery 33(12):1483-1487.
Avram M.R., Leonard R.T.Jr., Epstein E.S., Williams J.L., Bauman A.J. (2007): The current role of laser/light sources in the treatment of male and female pattern hair loss. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy 9(1):27-28.
Bernstein E.F. (2005): Hair growth induced by diode laser treatment. Dermatologic Surgery 31(5):584-586.
Chung P.S., Kim Y.C., Chung M.S., Jung S.O., Ree C.K. (2005): The effect of low-power laser on the murine hair growth. Journal of the Korean Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons
Satino J.L., Markou M. (2003): Hair regrowth and increased hair tensile strength using the LaserComb for low-level laser therapy. International Journal of Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetic Dermatology 5(2):113-117.
Vlachos S.P., Kontoes P.P. (2002): Development of terminal hair following skin lesion treatments with an intense pulsed light source. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 26(4):303-307.
Waiz M., Saleh A.S., Hayani R., Jubory S.O. (2006): Use of the pulsed infrared diode laser (904 nm) in the treatment of alopecia areata. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy 8(1):27-30.
Mester, E.; Szende, B., and Tota, J.G. (1967). "Effect of laser on hair growth of mice". Kiserl Orvostud 19: 628–631.