Several hundred people still visit this blog each day. While the blog exists to review the Theradome helmet, I would also like to include the occasional review of other products that have made a difference in my life. As far back as I can remember I have suffered from seasonal allergies. As a kid I received weekly allergy shots and each day swallowed whatever the latest allergy pill was at the time. As an adult I have improved a bit, but working in the lawn during the spring or summer is typically a miserable experience. Last week I received an order of First Defense Nasal Screens.
After applying a screen to each nostril I proceeded to mow and weed-eat the lawn, as well as trim a tree. For the first time I can recall I didn't experience so much as sneeze or sniffle. I highly recommend these to anyone who has similar allergy issues. A few of the Amazon reviews mentioned difficulty breathing with the screens on the nostrils, but I haven't experienced any issues. I pretty much forgot they were on and wore them for most of the day.
We're now at 15 months of Theradome usage. I miss the excitement of those first months. The forums were full of new users and skeptics debating the pros and cons of laser hair treatment. These days the internet appears to have moved on from believing that Theradome could be a miracle hair growth solution. The forums are now focused on other treatments and consider Theradome to be more of a supplement, a piece of a bigger puzzle. I have not noticed any signs of new hair growth nor have I have noticed any new hair loss.
I'm still using the Wild Naturals shampoo. I definitely recommend it to anyone who dislikes the chemical smell and drying affect of the alternatives. My scalp appears to be looking pretty good (normal) in the photos below.
These pictures were taken a couple of days after a haircut (1" on the sides and a "finger length" trim on the top).
While looking through some older videos on my phone I discovered one taken immediately after my first Theradome treatment. Here's a couple of screenshots.
During February of 2015 I continued to use the Theradome twice per week. I don't see any sign of improvement or increased hair count.
Decided to change to a natural shampoo with mostly organic ingredients. I can't make any claims to the effectiveness, but it appears to be at least as good as T/Gel. The price may seem expensive, but I've been using several times each week for a month and still have half a bottle. Reviews on Amazon are all positive.
Description (copied from Amazon):
PERFECTLY pH BALANCED at 5.5 - just like your hair and skin. Stop using harsh, damaging shampoos - they are only making it harder for your skin to repair itself by stripping away vital natural oils that are key to retaining moisture. Perfect for dry or oily hair, psoriasis, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, hair loss, dandruff and itchy, dry scalp. Gentle and safe for children and babies.
MANUKA HONEY, found only in New Zealand, is included for it's anti-bacterial and special healing qualities. You'll notice our first ingredient isn't water - it's ORGANIC ALOE VERA which soothes and moisturizes deep into your skin. And with CEHAMI, found only in Australia, to stop itching and redness quickly.
QUALITY INGREDIENTS - This is a non-medicated, concentrated, natural shampoo with no water added - a common first ingredient in other shampoos. It's hypoallergenic, and made without harsh chemicals - no SLS, no sulfates, no parabens, no dyes, no fragrance and no animal testing.
LIGHT LATHERING SHAMPOO - Most natural, sulfate-free shampoos have zero lather. We use a coconut oil extract as a natural, light foaming agent.
OUR GUARANTEE: If you are in any way not satisfied with this product, please contact us for a full refund. We ask that you try it for 30 days, while not using regular shampoo. You'll be happy you did!
Today is the one year anniversary of my first Theradome treatment. As promised I have created a page to summarize the year and state my current feelings on the Theradome Laser Helmet.
You may read my review at http://domereviewer.weebly.com/