LED light therapy for hair growth can be an effective stand-alone remedy for hair loss or adjunctive therapy to scalp microneedling, medication, and topical prescriptions for optimal hair regrowth. Clients can experience LED light therapy in a clinical/medspa setting, as well as purchase a suitable LED device to complete treatment in the convenience of their own home without having to come in for repeated facility visits. It is a non-invasive, non-toxic and painless solution to many forms of hairloss for both men and women.
Products included in package:
- Derma Roller + Revivv Hair Rejuvenation Serum (1.1 oz.)
- Revitalash Thickening Shampoo + Conditioner (8.5 oz. each)
- Hyaluronic Acid (4 oz.)
- Stem Cell Serum (4 oz.)
Price: 30 min Celluma LED Light Therapy session: $65
Package Option: Hair Restoration Package $1,600
4 sessions of scalp needling + 4 Celluma LED Light Therapy sessions (30 mins each)
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Micro-needling is also referred to as Collagen Induction Therapy, Skin Needling and Dry Tattoo. Skin Pen & Derma Pen are trade names. It is a skin treatment that uses multiple fine needles to vertically pierce the skin and create thousands of micro-injuries. Micro-needling can be done with manual rollers & stamps or electric pens and many times both are used.
Microneedling creates micro wounds in the skin which then stimulates collagen production and is a potential alternative or adjunctive treatment for androgenic alopecia and alopecia areata.
Aside from collagen production in the skin, which is thought to underlie one of the reasons it may be beneficial for acne scars, microneedling can also help induce stem cells in the hair follicles that lead to new hair growth.
- Clients with androgenic alopecia (also known as male pattern baldness in men and women) With male-pattern baldness, a hormone called DHT (Dihydrotestosteron) causes hair follicles to shrink. Eventually, they get so small that no hair can grow in them.
- Clients with alopecia areata (is a disease that develops when the body’s immune system attacks hair follicles (what holds the hair in place), causing hair loss.
Contraindications to Micro-Needling
- History of Keloid scarring
- History of Eczema (on face or scalp)
- Psoriasis & other chronic conditions
- Medical conditions that alter the wound response such as diabetes, cancer and autoimmune disorders.
- Use of anticoagulants
- Pregnancy or nursing
- History of allergies; a histamine response is possible on the skin’s surface, though antihistamines can be used.
Microneedling itself may cause:
- Oozing from the wounds
Clients need to arrive at their appointment with clean hair
Client must agree to post care instructions.
Reschedule your client for their next appointment in six weeks or go over at home instructions on how to perform the service.
- The client is sent home with “REVITALASH ” THICKENING SHAMPOO and THICKENING CONDITIONER along with a hair serum (revivv for her, or revivv for him ) and a derma-roller. To offset costs and time commitments, some people choose to purchase derma rollers to self-administer microneedling treatments at home.
All depending on the client’s realistic expectations and commitment. What’s researched: 1.5mm, microneedling devices performed at weekly intervals for 12 weeks minimum, together with the daily application of minoxidil for best results.