The treatment of low-level laser treatment (LLLT) to reduce male hair loss has grown in the last few years in popularity. With companies promising to stop the process of hair loss and to increase hair density and thickness after two or three treatments.
Based on MENSCRIPT however the claims made by MENSCRIPT are a bit exaggerated. MENSCRIPT offers an Online Health Clinic for Men that allows men to speak with a doctor online and receive treatment for ailments like losing hair, sexual dysfunction, acne , and the signs of ageing on the skin.
In an effort to determine whether LLLT could be effective in preventing hair loss, they analyzed the research. Based on their findings, LLLT does not appear to be as effective as it’s claimed to be. Many of the claims not supported by research-based evidence.
According to them, there is no evidence from science that supports the idea that LLLT prevents hair loss. Because LLLT is not effective against DHT which is the main reason for hair loss, MENSCRIPT claims that its effectiveness against loss of hair is not likely.
The researchers also discovered that the majority of studies to be in direct connection to the business. The majority of them receive financial assistance from the company who sells the product. They are questioned about their legitimacy.
In addition to study sponsoring, MENSCRIPT criticises the current research on two other aspects including study length and improvement in clinical quality.
For more information about this review and the benefits of LLLT to combat hair loss,, you can read their complete analysis at their site: Laser therapy for hair loss: don’t believe the hype just yet