Theradome Restores Confidence By Stimulating Hair Growth

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Theradome® Restores Confidence in Singles by Using Laser Technology to Stimulate Growth & Stop Hair Loss

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The Short Version: Theradome is a cutting-edge laser phototherapy device that offers one of the safest and most effective hair growth treatments available. It uses 80 proprietary lasers to stimulate hair growth and stop hair loss in its tracks. Single men and women can use this technology to regain that youthful head of hair and attract dates with a new, more confident look.

Dating profile pictures often show singles as they’d like to be seen, not as they are. An older man may use a photo that’s over 10 years old because he still feels 30 at heart. A more curvy woman may decide to crop her photo at her shoulders because she doesn’t want to show off her whole body.

In terms of receding hairlines, singles often go the hat route because they feel self-conscious and will do anything they can to hide thinning hair from a potential date.

Photo of a Theradome

Instead of hiding thin hair under a hat, you can put on Theradome to repair your hair follicles.

A hat isn’t a long-term solution though. Eventually, you’re going to take off the hat and show your date what you really look like. If that thought makes you cringe a little, maybe it’s time you look into a long-term laser hair growth solution like Theradome, which provides a safe and easy way to strengthen your existing hair follicles and regrow hair.

You don’t need a prescription to use this phototherapy device. It’s an at-home hair-loss treatment that has been proven effective in clinical testing. With the press of a button, you could be on your way to a whole new look and a whole new you.

“Theradome’s mission is to help people all around the world restore confidence by bringing a Laser Phototherapy helmet that works to stop hair loss, promotes thicker hair, and regrows hair,” said Brand Strategist and Digital Planner Kim Louis-Pankey. “We want our customers to feel good about themselves. That’s ultimately the most important thing to us.”

Delivering the Highest Dosage of Laser Light Energy

Theradome is an FDA-cleared hair-loss product that uses 80 lasers to stimulate hair follicles without generating heat. It’s available online and at clinics and salons, and you can use it at home. The custom-made laser diodes last approximately 6,000 operational hours (or 18,000 20-minute treatments), so a one-time purchase can yield dividends for life.

Photo of a couple using Theradome

Theradome is a simple and easy solution for people suffering from hair loss.

Theradome delivers the highest dosage of laser light energy currently available on the market. After thorough clinical testing, its proprietary VL680 laser has been deemed safe to use and does not emit dangerous radiation or have any side effects.

A team in Silicon Valley has developed, marketed, and supported Theradome. The team brainstorms new products, features, and business strategies to get the word out that hair loss can be rectified with the right tools.

“We bring on the best of the best to develop a superior hair restoration laser device and to serve our customers’ needs,” Kim explained. “We enjoy what we do, and we’re passionate about making a huge difference.”

Theradome is FDA-cleared for women and men. People as young as 18 and as old as 70 have used the device to fortify their hair follicles for the future. Theradome’s customer base includes professional athletes, beauty pageant contestants, a former U.S. president, actors, actresses, singers, and, of course, plenty of online daters. Many diverse individuals use Theradome to restore their confidence and their hair in simple at-home treatments.

All You Need is 20 Minutes Twice a Week to Change Your Look

Theradome is a U.S.-based company that has harnessed laser technology to help men and women regrow new hair and rejuvenate hair follicles. Customers only need to spend 20 minutes twice a week with the helmet on to work toward a noticeable difference in the amount and thickness of their hair.

The lightweight helmet is designed to be durable and comfortable. You can use the foam pads to adjust the fit, if necessary. Theradome has a cooling system, proximity sensor, and 80 VL680 lasers, but you don’t need to be a tech-whiz to operate it. Just press one button, and it’ll start doing its thing.

Photo of Theradome

Theradome emits laser light to the scalp while generating less than one degree Celsius of heat.

The Theradome helmet also features a built-in speaker that can remind you when it’s time to take the laser helmet off or when it needs new batteries.

This hands-free device is perfect for singles who want to regrow hair using private, at-home treatments. No cords. No cables. No remote. No worries. The Theradome even automatically tracks your progress by counting how many times it has been used.

“We want the customer experience to be seamless, making it easy and convenient for those who have busy lives,” Kim said, “which most of us do!”

A Growing List of Success Stories From Men & Women

Clinical testing has proven that Theradome can stabilize hair loss and stimulate new hair growth. Over 98% of participants in a testing group saw positive results after undergoing Theradome’s laser hair treatment on a regular basis. This penetrative technology can be a game changer for singles who don’t want a bald spot to be their first impression on a date.

“Our hair allows us to be creative, and we can tell a lot about ourselves through our hair and how we style it,” Kim said. “We have heard from many of our customers that Theradome has really helped them regain their lives back.”

But you don’t have to take her word for it, you can read customer reviews here. It’s hard not to feel inspired after seeing some of Theradome’s before-and-after shots and hearing the stories of singles who went from their lowest lows to their highest highs.

Take Eric, for instance, who said he noticed his bald spot in his mid-20s. “It started to grow on me,” he said, “and I knew I needed to do something about it.” Eric used Theradome regularly and saw tremendous growth after just 60 days. His hair became thicker and fuller, and he credits Theradome for giving him his full head of hair back.

A cancer patient named Sherry P. said she used Theradome after trying other hair-loss treatments without success. After two weeks of using the helmet every other day, she noticed less hair falling on her bathroom floor. Her hair took on a smoother, healthier sheen that it’d had before. “I feel a little bit more confident about my hair,” she said in her testimonial.

Lorenzo said that when he started losing his hair, he avoided looking at himself in the mirror because he “didn’t want to face what was happening.” He didn’t know if Theradome would work for him, but it did. In the second month, he began liking what he saw in the mirror.

“I saw more thickness there, and my hair is less brittle,” he said. “It has built my confidence… [Theradome] has been a wonderful friend for me.”

As Kim said, “Hair is prominent in many of our lives, especially when it comes to our love life. We all want to be confident, stress-free, and just simply happier.”

Theradome Supports People on Their Hair Growth Journey

Singles who don’t like how they look sometimes give in to their insecurities and hide their faces, bodies, or hair in the pictures on their dating profiles. However, they do themselves a disservice when they do that because they won’t attract people who love them as they are if they’re pretending to be someone else.

Instead of playing pretend, you can start working toward becoming the real deal by investing in your own personal development before you start dating. Whether you have thinning hair, a bald spot, or a receding hairline, you can treat your hair loss by using the Theradome device twice a week for a few months. This product has revolutionized the hair growth industry, and it can do wonders for your confidence to have that full head of hair back.

In 2019, Theradome will unveil additional products designed to optimize hair growth and continue making inroads in this important industry. As the company expands, it continues to impact people’s lives and embolden them to live without fear.

“It’s a great feeling knowing that we are changing people’s lives one hair at a time,” Kim said. “We love to hear our customer stories, and we continue to encourage others to talk about it.”

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