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The Latest in Hair Rejuvenation

iGrow

Apira Science, one of the most respected companies in the field of laser hair therapy and maker of the highly successful Revage670™, has introduced the first and only hands-free, home-use hair rejuvenation device, the iGrow.

The iGrow leverages a patented combination of built-in laser and LED lights that enables both men and women with hair loss or thinning hair to experience quality hair enhancement.

Consumers who have used iGrow as directed have reported the appearance of thicker, fuller and healthier hair within an average of 12 to 24 weeks.

The iGrow makes available to consumers the same research validated technology utilized in Apira’s Revage670™, currently used by more than 500 doctors in over 25 countries to effectively help rejuvenate shedding and thinning hair. The iGrow features built-in headphones and an iPod/MP3 port allowing users to listen to music while it sits comfortably atop the user's head.

This offers users the ability to perform other activities while simultaneously receiving continuous treatment from the iGrow.

The iGrow’s energy output is equivalent to most in-office clinical hair lasers, featuring 51 light sources that include 21 laser diodes and 30 LED lights to provide full scalp coverage. Alternatively, combs and other handheld devices are only equipped with nine to fifteen laser lights.

Priced at $695, the iGrow is backed by a six month money back guarantee. To learn more about the iGrow and where to purchase it, please visit www.igrowlaser.com.

Article Reviewed: June 29, 2012
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