There’s a non-invasive, breakthrough therapy for men and women who want thicker hair. This leading-edge treatment is called KeraLase, and it combines laser therapy with a proprietary, topical serum to help stimulate hair growth and improve scalp health.
KeraLase is a series of quick, painless treatments followed by at-home use of the topical serum between in-office treatments. The procedure begins with gently preconditioning your scalp using a unique LaseMD Ultra laser. The laser creates tiny micro-channels in the skin, allowing enhanced delivery and absorption of the KeraFactor® serum.*
The KeraFactor serum is then applied and massaged into the laser-treated areas of your scalp. There are no injections or needles involved. KeraFactor serum is a concentrated blend of nano-encapsulated peptides, including five growth factors known to effectively stimulate hair growth and two skin proteins that revitalize the scalp.*
What to Expect
KeraLase therapy typically consists of a series of six in-office treatments scheduled every two weeks at the Global Center for Hair Restoration in Nashville, TN. Each treatment takes approximately 30 minutes with no pain or downtime involved. Between appointments, at-home use of the KeraFactor serum is recommended each morning and evening to achieve the best-possible results.
While every patient’s results are different, some patients notice improvements in hair density, hair shaft thickness and overall scalp health in as little as three months.*
Is KeraLase Right for Me?
Healthy men and women of any age and hair type with thinning hair due to aging, hormonal changes, pregnancy or stress are all good candidates for KeraLase. Those with a history of skin cancer on the scalp should not use KeraFactor products.
Find out if KeraLase treatment is right for you by scheduling a personal consultation with Clinical Director, Benjamin Sell, PA-C at the Global Center for Hair Restoration.
Sources: us.aesthetic.lutronic.com, mykerafactor.com.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.