For the first time in 23 years, the FDA has approved a new treatment for female pattern hair loss – the HairMax Laser Comb Lux9, manufactured by Lexington Intl, LLC, which uses low level laser energy to stimulate dormant and active hair follicles. The company has similar devices for men, but this is the first time one has been approved to treat female Androgenic Alopecia.
The last treatment to receive FDA approval for female hair loss was minoxidil in 1988 – you may know this as Rogaine for Women. The HairMax is now the first home-use Â medical device cleared to treat the estimated 80 million men and women suffering from hereditary hair loss.
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From the folks that brought us Zeno, one of the earliest home care devices for treating blemishes with heat, they have a new approach – for aging skin, lines and wrinkles. The new ZENO LINE REWIND WRINKLE REDUCTION KIT is anti-aging skincare with a high tech twist.Â Line Rewind features a unique combination of heat, vibration and red light waves in a compact little bright pink device. The concept is simple – it’s a two part system. Step 1 – you apply the Wrinkle Reduction Serum (that contains the potent antioxidant resveratrol plus peptides and hyaluronic acid for plumping and hydration) all over your face. Step 2 – Â Zeno warms up once you press the button, an