I Grow Hair Rejuvenation System

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Male Pattern Hair Loss is an unfortunate inevitability… However, there is hope! There is a bit of science behind every product ever invented. Science is based on fact, and facts are by definition, real. Apira Science, Inc. combined a great deal of real science with proven, cutting-edge technology to create and develop the iGrow®, one of the world's most innovative, convenient and effective hands-free, in-home hair growth system. Clinically proven, safe and effective, the iGrow is a revolutionary in-home hair growth system that provides full scalp coverage. It is fully portable, simple to use, and requires no manual movement. iGrow incorporates Apira Science's proprietary dual light Laser and LED design. Equipped with headphones and an iPod/MP3 interface, the iGrow is a convenient and highly effective Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) system that delivers significant hair growth for men suffering from Androgenetic Alopecia (genetic-based hair thinning/loss). LLLT is a highly effective hair growth treatment process. LLLT energizes cellular activity within the hair follicle, and promotes the proliferation of thick, full and healthier-looking hair. iGrow's® proprietary Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT) technology utilizes a highly effective combination of red laser and LED light diodes to effectively stimulate and energize cellular activity causing an uptake in the natural function of the hair follicle. This proven 4 to 6 month process reverses hair thinning/loss, and effectively grows new healthy hair that is thicker, fuller and more vibrant. Low-Level Laser Technology Energizes Hair Follicles Significant Results in 4-6 Months The iGrow® is a clinically-proven and safe in-home device, designed and produced specifically for the purpose of growing hair in men afflicted with Androgenetic Alopecia (thinning hair). iGrow's non-invasive, proprietary Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT) technology has no side-effects, unlike pharmaceuticals, topicals and pills used to treat hair-loss. Safe and Effective Clinically-Proven Zero Side-Effects The iGrow® features 4 adjustable fit columns with rotating weight distribution for optimum comfort during treatment. Earphones extend and retract to custom fit most head sizes. Fully Adjustable Lightweight and Comfortable Custom Fit for most Head Sizes The iGrow® features 4 adjustable fit columns with rotating weight distribution for optimum comfort during treatment. Earphones extend and retract to custom fit most head sizes. Fully Adjustable Lightweight and Comfortable Custom Fit for most Head Sizes The iGrow® features a patented headphone-based stabilizing platform, with a standard 3.5mm audio port which allows a quality connection to most music/audio, TV or entertainment source devices, including Playstation® and Xbox®. Listen to your favorite playlist, internet radio, or enjoy an audiobook while receiving treatment. Listen to Music or an Audiobook Relaxation/Meditation Incorporate Additional Activities The revolutionary iGrow® features an optimum blend of proven science and technological achievement, borne from decades of research and development. A worldwide team of scientists, doctors and medical engineers have incorporated the identical low-level laser technology used by professional hair loss medical experts and by hair restoration physicians, into the iGrow to effectively grow hair. Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT) invigorates cells within low-production hair follicles, causing existing thinning hair to grow thicker and fuller. Decades of Scientific Research and Technological Development Optimum Laser + LED Light Energy Output Scientifically-Proven Wavelength of 655 nanometers LLLT Clinical Study More Research: iGrow Clinical Trial A Basic Science Investigation Designed to Elucidate the Mechanism of Action, at the Cellular Level, for Red Laser Light Therapy and Hair Growth Title The physiological effects of Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) on human follicular cells surrounding dermal tissue structures. Objective This study on LLLT aimed to define the safety and physiologic effects that occur when the human hair follicle and surrounding tissue structures are exposed to this type of radiation. The data available has been the result of testing murine models, not human. To properly identify the effects in human subjects, exposure to LLLT is not sufficient. The analysis of the non-radiated and radiated tissues is required to elucidate the tissue response and efficacy of the laser therapy. The theory that is widely accepted is that the mitochondria are the powerhouse of the stem cells that cause hair growth. The LLLT ‘turns on’ the nutrient pump process that energizes the mitochondria, which leads to an increase in ATP and subsequent reversal of hair follicles from the dormant stage of growth called telogen, to the active growth stage called anagen. Sites This was a single site study. The length of time required to complete the study, under this protocol, inclusive of all subject therapy and tissue harvesting did not exceed 16 weeks. All subjects, of which there were five in total, were recruited by the Principal Investigator from his pool of medical colleagues and associates. No advertising of any type was required to recruit the five subjects. Material and Methods Subjects experiencing Androgenetic Alopecia. The total number of subjects numbered five. Age range was 19 to 59 years. Apparent good health. Each participant was subjected to a brief physical examination and the taking of a medical history including information on current treatment and prescription drugs. No blood work was required unless the cause of the loss of hair was in question. No previous involvement in other hair studies. No use of any hair growth agent within the last six months. Treatment Protocol The LLLT device that was used is called the REVAGE670™. It is a low-level diode laser system, operating at 670 nanometers, containing thirty 4-milliwatt diode lasers affixed in a rotating helmet. The subject’s head was positioned within the helmet, which is similar to a hair dryer, until a sensor triggered the start of therapy. There was no contact between the subject and the device; only the laser light reached the subject’s scalp. Treatment lasted for approximately 15 minutes, but was dependent on skin type classifications. The laser automatically shut off after the treatment session was complete. There was no pre or post treatment care required, only that the subject’s hair was clean and did not contain spray or gel fixative agents. No safety eyewear was required during the treatment session. After recruitment was complete, the five subjects were evaluated to determine Fitzpatrick skin type, which is required for prescribing the appropriate length of each laser treatment session. Each subject received two treatments per week for six weeks and one treatment per week for six weeks, totaling 18 laser treatments. The area of treatment was the vertex of the scalp. The initial visit included the harvesting of pre-treatment tissue samples. After the 18th treatment, tissue samples were harvested again from the designated area of laser treatment. It is proposed that this algorithm caused the physiologic changes to occur at the cellular level, which was theorized by experts in the field of Photomedicine and LLLT. There were no validated questionnaires available for querying subjects about hair loss treatments and subsequent outcomes. Therefore, no questionnaires or subject diaries were employed for this study. Prior to the first laser treatment session, but on the same day, a 3mm punch biopsy was harvested from the area designated as the treatment area for the laser. The procedure for harvesting the tissue was as follows: A sterile field was prepared 1% lidocaine with epinephrine, (1-100,000) was injected to provide anesthesia A single use, 3mm punch was used to harvest the tissue sample A 6/0 dermal, polypropylene suture was used to make a primary closure of the site The suture was removed between 7 to 10 days post-closure The tissue sample was labeled with a number ONLY. A reference was maintained in the subject’s medical record identifying the tissue sample and the subject The tissue sample was immersed in a preservative container and shipped to a research laboratory where the tissue analysis was performed under a different IRB approval. The laboratory was Wellman Center of Photomedicine. After analysis was completed by Wellman, the tissue samples were incinerated A statement of findings from the Wellman Center researchers was submitted to the IRB upon completion of the study in its entirety Adverse Effects There were no known risks or discomforts associated with the laser treatments administered with the REVAGE670. Although it was not anticipated, there was a very slight risk of bruising, scarring and infection from the tissue harvesting and blood drawing procedures. All possible precautions were taken to prevent these unwanted effects. No other risks were anticipated. All subjects were monitored for changes in health status or for indications of any form of infection in the areas where tissue was harvested. The monitoring was performed, on each visit, by the physician investigator and his staff. Summary of Results There were eight before and after biopsies taken from four subjects to compare. There were four outcome measures: (a) number of hairs, (b) presence of anagen hairs, (c) number of hairs containing Melanin, (d) presence of Ki67, a marker of proliferating cells in the hair follicles. ALL FOUR subjects showed improvement in at least one of these measures in at least one pair of biopsies. Subject 5 had the most impressive overall improvement. Each of the four subjects demonstrated an increase of melanogenesis. Based upon work published by Tobin, Hordinsky and Bernardz in the J. Investig Dermatolo Symp Proc 10:275 – 279, 2005, melanogenesis in the hair shaft, bulge and outer root sheath occurs only in Anagen I-IV. Such published research supports the theory that if red laser light causes an increase of melanogenesis, it must be stimulating the production of Anagen hairs, which would lead to more terminal hairs. For more information, please contact us to arrange a in store demo.
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