The future of hair loss treatments is looking brighter than ever, thanks to U.K. beauty device company, CurrentBody.
The beloved brand, behind some of the world’s best grooming and wellness devices, has finally introduced its LED Hair Regrowth Helmet to the United States. For those who know, this wearable device was previously only available to our friends across the pond. However, after it recently gained FDA approval, now everyone stateside can enjoy the helmet’s amazing hair regrowth capabilities.
Harnessing the power of low-level light therapy (LLLT) to accelerate hair growth and rejuvenate the scalp, this wearable device specifically targets pattern balding, hair thinning, hairline receding in both men and women—particularly those with androgenetic alopecia (male or female pattern baldness).
And while this futuristic helmet may look like it belongs in a Star Wars film rather than on your head, you can totally count on it to restore thinning hair back to its former glory. The LED Hair Regrowth Helmet promised to not only grow new, healthy hair but also enliven hair follicles and slow pattern hair loss on a cellular level. By using three clinically proven wavelengths (630nm, 650nm, and 655nm) to increase blood flow to hair follicles, this hair regrowth helmet is able to increase scalp circulation, follicle endurance, and keep your hair in the growth phase for stronger hair regrowth. Simply wear it for 10 minutes per day, and you’ll see fuller, healthier, and thicker hair in just 16 weeks.
But, probably one of the most existing parts of this helmet is that it includes built-in Bluetooth enabled headphones so you can listen to music or your favorite podcast while you wait for your 10-minute session to end. And forget about setting a timer because the device is already programmed to turn off after 10 minutes.
Retailing for $859, the LED Hair Regrowth Helmet is certainly an investment. But, it will be well worth its expensive price tag (and let’s face it—all the helmet hair to come) once you reach your hair growth goals.
To learn more about the LED Hair Regrowth Helmet and some of CurrentBody’s other beauty devices, be sure to follow @currentbody on Instagram.