FDA-Cleared Laser Comb Becomes First Ever Hair Loss Device to Feature on Shopping Channel HSN

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HSN logoA new FDA-cleared laser comb has become the first ever hair loss device to be featured on the popular HSN shopping channel. While there are many hair loss devices circulating the market, many have proven to be ineffective. It’s a market that attracts a lot of fraudulent products due to the amount of money people are willing to spend to cure their hair loss.

However, what sets this new laser comb apart is the fact that it has been approved by the FDA.

Offering the convenience and quality of professional laser therapy

The laser comb is said to give users the same professional quality of low-level laser therapy. It’s also a lot more affordable and as it’s used within the home it’s convenient too. Known as the NutriStim, the comb was introduced to the HSN shopping channel on May 3rd 2016. It’s the first ever hair growth device to be sold on a shopping channel.

What’s really impressive about the device is that it comes with a six month return policy. This is something the majority of hair loss manufacturers don’t offer. It inspires confidence in the device and guarantees customer satisfaction.

Do laser combs actually work?

There are actually quite a lot of laser combs available on the market for hair loss. However, many of them have proven to be ineffective. They’re designed to stimulate hair growth in the hair follicle and up until now there have only been two FDA approved combs on the market.

The combs deliver a low-level laser which stimulates hair growth, but isn’t strong enough to cause burns. There have been studies carried out to establish their effectiveness, with a 26-week study showing participants experienced an increase of 17 hairs for every square inch. However, it is worth noting that results can take up to six months to show.

Overall this new FDA approved comb is sure to receive a lot of attention now it’s being sold by HSN. With a six month guarantee, it does offer some assurance of its quality and effectiveness.


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