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Wow dude! Your hair looks a lot thicker and fuller now even more than the last set of photos! Keep it up!
can you do side by side compare with week 1 photo? It's really hard to tell whether there was any improvement.
It looks more filled in in the crown area, in the temples it looks the same in the video. But it also looks thicker overall.
definitely looks thicker.. and more filled in!! I'd say you've got a nice looking head of hair, can't even tell you had a hair problem before.
I'm starting on my 9th month using the helmet. In the past couple of months, I have been sprouting lots of new hairs all along my hairline. A lot of them.
Push your hair back and look at your hairline. Do you see any new hair there? In your case, as you have short hair, I think any new growth easily blends in. In my case, as my hair is longer, all these new hairs really stand out. They're thicker, too -- a major plus.
I still have a long way to go but I would say it's probably a good 6 or 7 months before I saw real, solid evidence of new hair.
Are you using it daily Alice?
For the first couple of months, I used it 2x a week. Then at their advice, I bumped it up to every other day and have stuck with that. I've had about 80 sessions so far.
I do not see any new hairs at this time. There are quite a few thin blonde hairs near the hairline, but I think those have been there this whole time. I'm glad you are starting to see some good growth!
I had new fuzz for a few months but now these new hairs are nice and strong hairs, thicker.
Your hair in these photos seem really full compared to before...or it could be that its just longer at the moment. What do you think? Is the helmet starting to finally show process in your opinion?
As I've learned hair regrowth is strange and slow. Remember those temple pictures I sent you a few weeks ago? After months of being fuzz, 4 or 5 of them just went terminal right in the middle of my right temple over the last few days out of the blue. I can send you a pic if you want. At this rate, I may get my original hairline back from 10 years ago, but it may take another year (at 18 months now). Since starting Theradome a month ago versus my other helmet, the progress seems a bit faster. It could be because I've been doing LLLT and scalp exercises for for over a year or it could be the Theradome laser wavelength and efficiency. At my 6 month mark of LLLT I didn't really even see much of that fuzz either. After 6 months, my hair seemed to begin looking better. Keep it up, you are still early in the game. Again I don't use rogaine, internal DHT blockers. I just scalp needle once a week, use the Theradome 4 times a week, and do Hagerty's scalp exercises 10 min a day. Added that shampoo routine recommended by Theradome as well. Your hair at 27 weeks looks great even more so than the previous week.