25 or 100mW Laser ?

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25 or 100mW Laser ?

Postby diligent » Sun Jul 09, 2006 5:02 pm

Hello.
My name is Martin and I have for a while now been contemplating investing in the Aculas laser.
My question is, why suddenly does the 100mW laser replace the 25mW?
Does this mean that the 100mW is 4 times as effective as the 25?

I only have slight thinning of hair on the edges of my scalp so im not after a huge miracle but am just hoping top thicken the hair back up a little in those spots.
Would the 25mW laser do the job? or should I go for the 100mW?

p.s, It would be great to see some satisfied costomers comment on these forums.
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Re: 25 or 100mW Laser ?

Postby Nick Balgowan » Sun Jul 09, 2006 10:15 pm

diligent wrote:Hello.
My name is Martin and I have for a while now been contemplating investing in the Aculas laser.
My question is, why suddenly does the 100mW laser replace the 25mW?
Does this mean that the 100mW is 4 times as effective as the 25?

I only have slight thinning of hair on the edges of my scalp so im not after a huge miracle but am just hoping top thicken the hair back up a little in those spots.
Would the 25mW laser do the job? or should I go for the 100mW?

p.s, It would be great to see some satisfied costomers comment on these forums.


Hi, we now have sufficient quantity with our laser module manufacturer to justify the cost on the more powerful lasers. IF you consider typical salon treatments range from 100-250mW then products offering 1-5mW are just about pointless. 25m5 has been the home laser standard for some time, and we are now offering salon strength treatments in the privacy of your own home. We will no longer be offering the 25mW edition, and only have a small quantity remaining. A single 20mW laser will be many more times effective than any number of 5mW modules.
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Optimum Hair length for treatment

Postby diligent » Mon Jul 10, 2006 12:43 pm

Another question that I have refers to the hair length.
I have some years ago tried using Rogaine and the instructions stated that you should not keep your hair short but rather let it grow out when treating using Rogaine.
Does Laser treatment work on the same principle? Does it matter if you keep your hair short or long while using the Laser?
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Re: Optimum Hair length for treatment

Postby Nick Balgowan » Mon Jul 10, 2006 9:36 pm

diligent wrote:Another question that I have refers to the hair length.
I have some years ago tried using Rogaine and the instructions stated that you should not keep your hair short but rather let it grow out when treating using Rogaine.
Does Laser treatment work on the same principle? Does it matter if you keep your hair short or long while using the Laser?


I believe that Rogain say this as a longer hair holds more of the topical medication. Length of hair has not impact on laser therapy at all.
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