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For those who like to do comparisons, here is the video from week 7.
The Daily Mail has published an article on the Theradome. You may read it here.
Most of the content in this article is what you've already read on the Theradome website. Towards the bottom of the page is an opinion from Dr Bessam Farjo, Medical Director of the Institute of Trichologists. He is skeptical...
Nothing new here but still worthy of a mention. A Businessweek article implying that the Theradome is a cure for baldness should generate some sales and new Theradome users.
Entering the 6th month of Theradome usage and I still don't see any significant cosmetic change with my hair. I believe it's safe to say that the vast majority of other users have not experienced much change either. A few of you have defended Theradome by citing previous studies on LLT. There are plenty of people online who tried LLT in the past and have nothing to show for their efforts. Theradome's claim was that they were different from those old devices. A NASA engineer had discovered the missing link. I think they even said they knew not only how their device would work, but knew exactly when. That was before they drastically changed the timeframes for when customers should expect results. (That was quite comical... Appeared that somebody ran a find and replace "treatments" with "weeks". Not very scientific!) The latest on the company Facebook page is suggesting people call in for a consultation with a hair specialist. I bet you can guess how that conversation goes...
Not much new on the net with regards to Theradome. They have recently made a push into parts of Europe and Australia. With this expansion comes another wave of questionable websites with misleading "reviews" and news. I don't know who is behind these sites but at least a few appear to be an effort to get sales commission through a link to Amazon.
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