Laser Cap

The Ultimate In Convenience, Power, Portability and Confidentiality for Treating Hair Loss and Thinning

The Laser Cap provides low level laser light therapy (commonly known as Laser Hair Therapy), which is the newest FDA-cleared hair loss treatment modality.

This durable yet lightweight FDA-cleared medical device fits inside any cap or hat, which completely conceals the laser light while in use. A portable battery pack allows for the freedom to use anywhere — at home or on the go.

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Thus, creating a convenient, powerful, portable, discreet, personal ownership treatment method, as opposed to clinical laser hair therapy treatments that must be done in medical clinics.



Proven Benefits of PhotoBioStimulation (PBS), Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), Laser Hair Therapy (LHT) Cap

  • Fuller, thicker, shinier, and healthier hair with fewer hair loss treatments
  • All-natural hair therapy that is completely safe, no risk or reported side effects
  • Portable LHT is convenient – used at any time, any place; which increases patient compliance
  • Greater confidence and a better appearance with a device that combats common hair loss, including male pattern baldness, some hormonal imbalances, diet and stress

Laser Hair Therapy Clinical Studies


In Oct of 2003, an (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgeons) Press Release regarding clinical study results of an LHT hand held device was submitted to the FDA. Dr. Martin Unger of Toronto reported. The results were summarized:

  • 100% of men had stabilization of hair loss in frontal and vertex (top of the head) areas;
  • 84.6% of men had hair regrowth (11% or more from baseline) in the frontal area;
  • 82.8% of men had hair regrowth (11% or more from baseline) in the vertex area;
  • 87.5% of women had stabilization of hair loss in the frontal area;
  • 100% of women had stabilization of hair loss in the vertex area;
  • 75% of women had hair regrowth (11% or more from baseline) in the frontal area; and,
  • 96.4% of women had hair regrowth (11% or more from baseline) in the vertex area.





In 2010, the FDA granted marketing clearance to a hand-held laser device, which reported, in summary, subjects results:

  • 97% demonstrated an increased hair count of 20%
  • 89% demonstrated an increased hair count of 30%
  • 57% demonstrated an increased hair count of 50%





Laser Surg Medical, 2014


This review surveys the evidence for low-level laser therapy (LLLT) applied to the scalp as a treatment for hair loss and discusses possible mechanisms of actions.

Results: Studies have shown that LLLT stimulated hair growth in mice subjected to chemotherapy-induced alopecia and also in alopecia areata. Controlled clinical trials demonstrated that LLLT stimulated hair growth in both men and women. Among various mechanisms, the main mechanism is hypothesized to be stimulation of epidermal stem cells in the hair follicle bulge and shifting the follicles into anagen phase.

Source: National Institutes of Health




American Journal of Clinical Dermatology, 2014


Randomized, double-blind multicenter study (including Harvard, MIT, Cleveland Clinic)

Result: Statistically significant improvement in hair density in the treatment group. Hair shafts were both more numerous as well as thicker in about 95% of the treatment group. No significant negative side effects.


Source: American Journal of Clinical Dermatology


Accredited Hair Restoration Physician’s Studies


Laser Cap Case Study – Dr. Bernard Cohen

Bernard Cohen, MD, Clinical Professor University of Miami – School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery

Low level laser light treatment administered by the LaserCap® device produced objective and subjective clinical improvement, and should be considered a viable treatment option for patients with pattern hair loss.


Laser Cap Case Study – Dr. Russell Knudsen

Russell Knudsen, Past President ISHRS & ACCS; Golden-follicle award winner

Further examination of the volume of hair following the 9-month consultation demonstrated that hair volume had increased and visual observations supported these findings.


Laser Cap Case Study – Dr. Shapiro

Ron Shapiro, MD, Medical Director of Shapiro Medical Group and Golden Follicle Award Winner

3 Month Follow up showed improvement in her hair luster, overall thickness and the part line did not seem as thin.


Laser Cap Case Study – Dr. William M. Parsley

William M. Parsley, MD, Associate Clinical Professor, Dermatology Department, University of Louisville Medical Center

Treatment alternatives to pharmaceutical management of pattern hair loss are needed for patients who are not candidates for, cannot tolerate, or do not benefit from the use of topical minoxidil or oral finasteride.


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