The idea of adding an “i” before just about any kind of product has become somewhat of a bad cliché already, but that's not stopping Apira Science from taking this path as far as their iGrow laser-based hair growth system is concerned.
We'll have to admit that loss of hair has always been a problem for many people
, some of which can's simply cope with this idea and resort to all sorts of solutions that will help fight back that receding hairline.
One such product is the one presented by Apira Science and, unlike some of the other similar devices we've come across over time, this one seems to employ laser technology in order to help one's hair grow back.
The technology has been developed following numerous studies, that seem to prove the fact that hair responds best to red light in the 650 - 670 nm wavelength range, that manages to help scalp cells repair themselves faster and “generate” hair once again.
Plus, beside using lasers
, the iGrow also employs pulsing red light, that, apparently, should further enhance the level of performance offered by this particular solution, according to the company's own tests.
The iGrow works equally well for men and women having some hair-growth problems, and, beside helping their scalp, it's also quite portable, being easy to carry around and to fit, no matter what size one's head might have.
Also, the device is also compatible with MP3 or multimedia players, meaning that users will be able to listen to their favorite music or engage in some other sorts of activities while the iGrow helps their hair grow back.
Unfortunately, the iGrow doesn't cheap, people who want to benefit from its hair-regeneration capabilities being forced to cough up around 695 US dollars in order to do so.