To Avoid the Doctor's Office The HairMax Laser Comb, an at-home laser device, is the first FDA-approved product of its kind to treat hereditary hair loss, which gave us high hopes (despite a nearly $300 price tag), but our experts say to be wary. Ellery warns that while lasers have been clinically proven to encourage hair growth (most likely due to stimulating blood flow to the follicles), this product claims to work in eight weeks. Most users found only minor results after at least six months. Bottom line: it may work, but it's pretty pricey and takes time.
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