Can LED treat baldness?

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Can LED treat baldness? With the advancement of medical technology,  the development of medical LED instruments is vigorous. The LED is not just a lighting equipment but can be applied to the medical cosmetic industry.

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Studies point out that with the medical LED, the growth rate of skin cells is higher than average by 5 times. Clinical studies also show that LED has an anti-inflammatory effect.  It also activated cells to enhance the effectiveness of hair Strength, reduce hair loss effect.

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The LED also cured a 30-year-old lady who suffered from baldness after being laid off.  With the help of doctors and the treatment, her hair loss  improved gradually.  After the treatment, she regained self-confidence with her new-grow hair.

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Other clinical studies reveal that the growth of our hair depends on the hair follicle of the endothelial vascular growth factor (VEGF). VEGF content determines the hair follicle within the microvascular network during the growth. VEGF can stimulate the growth of blood vessels and improve the development of hair follicle.  It can  increase the strength and toughness of hair, and extend the hair growth period, and accelerate the proliferation of hair follicles within the proliferation of cells.

The medical treatment of baldness consists of oral medication and external wipe drugs. But some doctors also apply LED equipment in their therapy.  LED light is released by low-energy light therapy, by low-energy visible light irradiation cells, stimulate cell production with more energy.  Thus, it can extend the life cycle of the cell, to achieve hair proliferation.

But LED can't treat all the baldness. If the baldness is caused by hormonal problems, the baldness will reoccur when they stop the treatment.  Physicians also note that for who that suffers from crab foot swelling, allergic to special drugs, severe atopic dermatitis, coagulopathy and pregnant women who are not suitable for this course of treatment.

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