I received the product to facilitate this review, all opinions, typos and grammatical errors are my own.
Some of my mother side of the family have androgenic alopecia, and I do too. It has been more notorious after I turned the big 40 and it is starting to finally bother me, to the point I try to always lift my head when they are taking pictures. So after trying a lot of topical treatments, I have decided to try the new technological advances for treating weight loss.
If you have Androgenic Alopecia, a balding scalp, residing hairline or thinning hair as a result of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) iRestore might be for you.
In my case it is a combination of androgenic alopecia, the PCOS and effect of cancer treatment. PCOS hair loss and androgenic alopecia are often related as PCOS causes the body to produce high levels of androgen (male hormones) which are associated with female pattern hair loss.
The iRestore has best results on treatment of Androgenic alopecia (hair loss that occurs due to an underlying susceptibility of hair follicles to shrinkage due to the influence of androgenic hormones) and to specifically promote hair growth in men 18 – 48 and women 18 – 60.
How to know if iResore is for you? Look at the graphic below and if your hair loss looks like the one in the pictures, then you should consider getting one.
iRestore low level laser therapy (LLLT) device. iRestore is a wearable helmet-like device that provides comfort, convenience and ease of use for hair loss treatment. The device promises significant results, clearing hair loss and allowing growth of healthier hair within 12-24 weeks.
Low light laser therapy has been severally clinically proven to counter hair loss, regrow hair, and encourage the growth of fuller and thicker hair. iRestore uses a 650nm red light on 51 laser and LED lights. The light is absorbed by hair follicles where it boosts cell metabolism, energy and blood circulation, which in turn leads to the growth of healthier hair. Inactive hair follicles are also stimulated to regrow hair.
Is it for me?
I am really hoping it works for me. I have tried almost everything. Natural and no so natural, The only thing I have not tried before is this laser therapy and surgery. So I am really excited about my journey. I will be wearing the helmet 25 minutes a day every other day, along with other hair products like shampoos and other supplements, and I hope to see results within 12 - 24 weeks. I will keep track of my progress with pictures for you.
Here it is the before picture taken 08/01/2017
Stay tuned for the upcoming updates. Fingers crossed for new hairs!
8/23/2017 06:30:44 am
I will be following along because I also need something that works. Good luck
8/23/2017 11:25:27 am
I am going to get one, I did not know they had something for men too
12/17/2017 07:20:32 am
Hi! Are you still using this? Did you find an improvement in your hair?
6/18/2018 05:14:18 am
Hi, did the Irestore work for you? Do you have androgenic alopecia? I am 42 and was recently diagnosed. I have been using the Irestore or about 3.5 weeks. I was noticing reduction in hair loss, but it krept back up the last 2 days. I can't tell if any regrowth is occurring as a result of the Irestore. My top is thinning and I must use Toppik to cover my see through areas. I just wanted to know if it worked for you. Thanks for sharing your story.
1/1/2019 06:35:02 pm
Hi, I'm considering getting one of these and am really curious what results (if any) you experienced. Is there a place to view your 'after' photos?
6/29/2020 02:01:36 am
Hi, almost 3yrs on from the initial post, I’d be really interested to hear how you got on ? Fingers crossed you had positive results. I’m seriously considering buying one of these and obviously how you got on has a bearing on my expectations. Thanks for your feedback if you can provide it
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7/1/2020 01:19:57 pm
Hello Christine. I had to stop using it due to a treatment, but it worked while I was using it. I looking forward to using it again in the future
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