iGrow

iGrow is an at-home hair loss treatment that uses low level laser therapy to stimulate hair follicles. iGrow is completely non-invasive, FDA approved, with noticeable improvement in 3-6 months with consistent use.

The Skinny

iGrow
avg. recovery
0 days
permanence
Temporary
Type
Other
pain factor
1/10
surgical
No
cost
$690 - $700

About the Procedure

Last Updated: 07.15.2020

Hair loss can effect both sexes, any age, for a number of reasons. Sometimes hair loss is predetermined genetically as with male and female pattern hair loss. Other times hair loss is brought on by illness, stress, or as a side effect of medications. For those who have determined their hair loss is not temporary or reversible, it is common to seek out hair restoration treatments. Invasive procedures like FUE or FUT surgeries can be expensive, while certain drug-based solutions can have unintended side effects. Low level laser therapy (LLLT), however, has been clinically proven to improve hair loss conditions with minimal to no side effects. Advancements in LLLT have even allowed for affordable at-home treatment options such as with iGrow, Capillus, and Theradome. iGrow uses a combination of both laser and LED light to treat thinning hair. During treatment the patented head piece is worn for a period of 25 minutes. The iGrow system is designed so that the laser and LED components never directly touch the scalp, making it an ideal treatment to use after a hair transplant. After 25 minutes the head piece is removed and normal daily activity can be resumed. Treatment is recommended every other day for at least 3-6 months. Continued use will be needed to sustain results.

The goal of iGrow is to reduce hair miniaturization while also increasing hair growth and thickness.

Concerns

iGrow addresses concerns such as:

Recovery Notes

There is no recovery associated with an iGrow treatment. All activities and other hair restoration routines can be resumed immediately after a treatment session.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for iGrow is in the early stages of hair loss and is seeking to reverse thinning hair.

Not Recommended For

iGrow is not recommended for those who are completely bald. iGrow is also not recommended for those with reversible hair loss caused by medications or stress.

Side Effects

There have been no known or reported side effects after using iGrow for hair loss treatment.

Pros

  • at home treatment
  • clinical results
  • non invasive
  • can be used with other treatments

Cons

  • months for results
  • not effective if bald
  • bulkier head piece

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