Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Click to view They say balding guys will do anything to keep the hair on their head from falling, but does anything include throwing $400 down on a laser comb? Albeit, an FDA-approved laser comb? Cause that's the starting price for the HairMax Laser Comb, which claims to stimulate and maintain your mane before it withers down to a few strands. We hit up the HairMax launch party last night and not only did we snag a comb, but we also got some impressions of it for you guys...

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb

Hands On with the HairMax Laser Comb



First of all, there are two versions of the comb. There's a compact version ($395) and a premium version ($545), the difference between the two is in the number of lasers (the premium has 9 whereas the compact has 5). The comb isn't battery-operated, but instead needs to be plugged in while brushing your hairless head. They recommend you brush for 10-15 minutes a day. As for the lasers, well, without being a laser expert, I can tell you they're like the ones you'd find on a pointing device. Stay tuned as we put our scalp on the line all in the name of science.

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