Innovative Device to Combat Baldness Reaches Portugal

16-week treatment guarantees 40% increase in hair growth

Baldness is a disease that affects millions of people around the world, affecting more than half of men over the age of 50.

These are not, however, the only ones to suffer from the fall and the lack of hair.

In the case of women, androgenetic alopecia is more common after menopause, but may also manifest in other ages.

In order to reverse this process effectively, an innovative device, iGrow, which uses low-intensity red lasers and leds capable of energizing the unhealthy cells of the hair follicles, has just arrived in Portugal, exclusively at the Biscay Fraga clinic.”The results are staggering.After 16 weeks of treatment, hair growth has increased by about 40%, “the clinic said in a statement.

“This revolutionary technology resembles a helmet and incorporates headphones so the patient, man or woman, can listen to music while performing the treatment.It is completely painless, non-invasive and does not have any side effects.Incidentally, the equipment has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use at home, “says the establishment.

In the Biscay Fraga clinic, the use of iGrow is only the first phase of the treatment, which includes a mesotherapy session on the scalp with a kind of pen called dermapen (which uses micro needles), with the aim of helping the penetration of medications , the third stage of the process.The device has five different programs, depending on the patient’s need, and each session lasts between 20 and 25 minutes, and can be repeated up to three times a week.

The price per session is between 40 and 60 euros.”Typically, the treatment lasts for four to six months,”elucidates the clinic.According to experts, gradually, the follicles, which were brittle and brittle and began to thin, are strengthened, dense and growing more vigorously.IGrow can also be used as a complement to a hair transplant, before or after surgery.