A reader of this blog requested I upload my first photo (after treatment 1), and a photo of my hair today in the same post. Here ya go
Which one is from today?
The bottom 2
Hi. Is there any way you can post your pictures so they're side by side and not one on top of the other? Side by side would make it easier to compare. Thank you!!!
Thanks for putting up this blog and keeping us updated with your progress. I just received my theradome this week and I am excited to start my weekly treatments. After doing some research on LLLT, results dont typically start to show for several months, so stay patient and positive :)
Thanks Jorge. I know it does take awhile to see results. The average user should take a good set of photos once a month. I take more mostly to provide content for the blog and to save photos for a time lapse style video I'll make towards the end of the year.
Does your hair feel any different? I've been using it daily for about 10 days now and it does feel softer and more clean so far
Are you noticing a difference in your hair softness or texture? I've been using this daily for 10 days now, and my hair does seem to be shedding less and feels a lot more soft and clean so far. Am I the only one?
If anything my hair seem less soft. Perhaps more coarse . Especially in the front area.
Thanks for posting,will be following diligently!
Hi thanks again for creating this site.
I noticed that you are using a Nizoral shampoo along with the Theradome. I just wanted to point out that Nizoral has the ingredient ketoconazole which has been proven to regrow hair. I only mention it because if you truly wanted to be "scientific" about following your progress with theradome it seems you would want to isolate it's effect from other hair regrowth agents. Of course it is your hair so if you just want to use the combined effect then more power to you.
Thanks for the feedback Marco. The recommendation to use Nizoral came from the Theradome company. The inventor / CEO used it during his trial period and believes it helped contribute to his results.
I understand the concern over another product clouding the review. I will be open with the readers and let you all know which products I've used and to what extent. At this time I use the Theradome 3 or 4 times a week, and shampoo with Nizoral on one of the Theradome off days.
I haven't gotten my Theradome yet but I do use Nizoral. When I first started using Nizoral, I noticed it drying my hair out, so I did some research and started using Emu oil on the thinning areas right after I use Nizoral. The nice thing about Emu oil, at least the way I see it, is that it absorbs pretty quickly and doesn't stick around as an oily mess for very long, especially if you rub it in good. Now that I use this method, my hair doesn't get dryed out and coarse from the Nizoral. The only suggestion I'd make is to NOT put the Emu oil on less than 2 hours before bed as there will still be some residue that will get on your pillow. I usually put it on right after my twice a week Nizoral shower application. Hope that helps. Oh, yeah, Emu oil is not cheap. But only applying it twice a week has made it seem less expensive.