LaserCap Hair Restoration

Portable Low-Level Laser Device for Thinning Hair. Fits in any cap.

LaserCap is the only way to undergo low level laser light therapy for hair growth on the go because it is completely portable and easy to use.

With 224 individual 650nm 5mW lasers in a flexible, hermetically-sealed
dome-shaped membrane that fits comfortably in almost any hat, and powered by a small belt-clip battery pack, it offers patients the low level laser power of an in-office clinical unit in the comfort of your home.
Thinning hair has just become obsolete. . . .

The science behind Laser Hair Restoration

The team behind the LaserCap set out to develop a superior device with the coverage of a dome, but in a portable design. They designed a device that fits in a variety of hats, is powered by a portable battery pack, and contains 224 lasers. The entire target zone is treated throughout the duration of treatment, and the user can perform almost any activity during use, including walking, riding, running, preparing dinner, working, and more.

The LaserCap uses the same laser diode wavelength and output power per laser as an FDA-cleared low-level-laser device for hair re-growth; however, the LaserCap has 224 laser diodes versus 9 laser diodes in the FDA-cleared device and the LaserCap treats the entire affected scalp with an accurate and adjustable light dosimetry. The Laser-Cap’s dosimetry may be set significantly higher than the FDA-cleared device and significantly higher than in-office dome devices: this higher dosimetry combined with consistent regular use (i.e., patient compliance) may be essential to effectiveness, according to the photomedicine experts. The Laser Cap maximizes patient compliance since it is worn under any head cover (baseball cap, scarf, etc.) and is completely portable as it is powered with a small beltclip battery pack. The LaserCap is currently in pre-clinical studies in preparation for formal clinical trials to receive the FDA 510(k) clearance as a hair re-growth device when clinical efficacy is demonstrated. No medical claims are being made in regard to the LaserCap at this time.