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    Quote Originally Posted by Notgivingup2 View Post

    1. You're both legit, in which case, you have your first bit of feedback about LLT you were asking forum users for, which is negative, feedback that was instantly met with aggression and demands to explain why I was ignoring such great reviews of it.
    No I was asking you why you ignore peer reviewed scientific studies on the topic.

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    Would either of you two totally different gentleman be able to perhaps offer a company or particular brand of laser helmet? Because I have a feeling that's where this conversation might be eventually going.
    Maybe this is disappointing for you but I'm just a user of the iGrow helmet. Going by my 3 months results I think it's working but this is entirely subjective.

    But the iGrow helmet only has 21 lasers, so I don't think it's such a good product. I expect products with more lasers will be better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vantage View Post
    No I was asking you why you ignore peer reviewed scientific studies on the topic.



    Maybe this is disappointing for you but I'm just a user of the iGrow helmet. Going by my 3 months results I think it's working but this is entirely subjective.

    But the iGrow helmet only has 21 lasers, so I don't think it's such a good product. I expect products with more lasers will be better.
    From what I have read LLLT works but not significantly for most men. More effective for women than men, similar to PRP. Its not going to regrow a lot of hair or stop you from going bald on its own. Its effectiveness ranges from not at all to %5 minox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajason View Post
    From what I have read LLLT works but not significantly for most men. More effective for women than men, similar to PRP. Its not going to regrow a lot of hair or stop you from going bald on its own. Its effectiveness ranges from not at all to %5 minox.

    I've read this current systematic review and it places LLLT just behind finasteride and better than minoxidil. The review is discussed in this article: http://suppversity.blogspot.nl/2017/...-light-or.html

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    Did LLLT work for you guys?

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