Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)

About Low Level Laser Therapy

A modern, non-surgical hair loss treatment that uses laser light with single wavelength (660nm) to stimulate hair follicles and cell growth. 3 laser lights promote different types of functions, paving the way for a healthy scalp.

How Does Low Level Laser Therapy Works

Red: Stimulating hair growth, reducing inflammation, and promoting wound healing

Yellow: Maintaining a healthy scalp by treating acne, aging, and other skin conditions

Blue: Promoting relaxation and soothing to help oily and sensitive scalp

Why Choose Our LLLT Therapy Treatment?

   3x Effect

   1160 Medical Grade LED

   Comfortable & Radiation-free

LLLT has been  proven effective in managing the following forms of hair loss, including:

– Female pattern hair loss
– Male pattern hair loss
– Alopecia areata
– Excessive hair shedding (Telogen effluvium)
– Inflamed sensitive scalp with frontal hair loss (Lichenoid disorders including frontal fibrosing alopecia)

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Frequently asked questions

What is the purpose of low level laser therapy?

The purpose of LLLT therapy is to irradiate photons into scalp tissues where it is absorbed by weak cells to encourage hair growth. It is a non-invasive technique, usually involving low-dose laser treatments, to invigorate circulation and stimulation that encourages hair follicles to grow hair.

Is low level laser therapy effective for hair loss?

LLLT therapy extends the growth phase of hair (called the anagen phase), which means hair stays in the growing stage longer. It increases the rate of cell division in active hair follicles, leading to more robust hair growth. LLLT therapy helps normalize the function of hair follicles on the scalp. This is particularly beneficial for people who have experienced hair loss, sensitive scalp or alopecia areata (AA). By modulating the hair growth cycle, LLLT therapy enhances hair density and thickness while reducing hair shedding. LLLT therapy also decreases inflammation, which can activate hair growth.

In summary, LLLT not only helps hair grow longer and thicker but also ensures hair follicles function properly and reduces inflammation that can hinder hair growth.

How often can you go for low-level laser therapy?

We will recommend to go for LLLT therapy after 7 to 10 days for the next session.

What are the benefits of low level laser therapy?

LLLT therapy is a non-invasive producedure, meaning it does not require any surgery or intrusive techniques hence there is no risks to this treatment as minimal to no side effects are reported. It is also a painless treatment for sensitive scalp that involves simply exposing the scalp to low level laser light. There is no downtime to the treatment hence you can immediately resume your regular activities without any restrictions or recovery time. The lack of downtime makes it easy to fit LLLT therapy sessions into a busy schedule without disrupting your routine.

Additionally, LLLT therapy results in thicker hair giving it more volume and fullness. The treatment also strengthens hair strands, reducing breakage and improving overall hair heath. Regular LLLT treatments can lead to healthier hair by enhancing the hair’s natural growth cycle and improving scalp health. This LLLT therapy is also suitable for various hair loss condition including excessive hair loss to alopecia areata.

In summary, Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is a safe, painless and convenient treatment that not only help increase hair strength and thickness but also supports overall hair and promotes a healthy scalp without any downtime.

Where to go for Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)?

Currently, this low level laser therapy treatment is available at all Feathair branch which are in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor at Feathair Mid Valley, Feathair Bangsar, Feathair Puchong and in Penang at Feathair Kelawai. Find the nearest Feathair branch for your alopecia areata treatment and contact us to make an appointment for a consultation.

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