The History Of Laser Education & Results
Laser was invented in 1967, Albert Einstein concluded the theory of light amplification through stimulated emission of radiation or LASER. In 1967 Professor Andre Mester began using low-power laser in Medicine. The Technique is called "Cold Laser Therapy" because the low light levels aren't enough to heat the body’s tissue or cause damage.
Regrow your own natural hair
At Boss Clinic we use a Low-level laser therapy device which is used as part of our overall treatment plan for both men and women. When situated over the top of the head and applied, the Laser device stimulates gentle hair follicle activity.
As a non-chemical, non-invasive and pain-free treatment method, Laser has been shown to regrow hair and improve its quality, strength, thickness, and appearance and can be used any time of the day. Our lasers can be purchased directly from Boss Clinic for private use, or alternatively, clients can visit our Perth Clinic for 30-minute Laser therapy sessions.
At-home treatment laser device
We recommend using our at-home helmet in conjunction with custom formulated products both natural and pharmaceutical treatments to enhance and achieve better results for treating hair loss.
About Light emitting diode (LED) Therapy
LED is a well-recognised cosmetic treatment used to the scalp stimulating the naturally occurring regeneration and repair process. This is a non-invasive treatment for hair loss.
Within the dermis layer of the scalp, the light energy is used to increase cellular adenosine triphosphate production which acts as the heart of the derma pillar maintaining hair growth. Along with reducing reactive oxygen species, strengthening cells, and reducing inflammation on the scalp. We recommend using LED along with other treatments for faster and enhanced outcomes.
The Red spectrum light is a natural hair loss treatment that has been found safe and effective across numerous clinical studies. LED light therapy devices deliver safe and concentrated wavelengths of natural light to your skin/scalp. With no chemicals, UV rays or heat.
These red and near-infrared wavelengths of light stimulate the mitochondria in your cells increasing circulation. Improving the quality of the hair and speeding the healing process, by lowering inflammation on the scalp and stimulating the dermal papilla cells which improves the quality, and thickness of the hair while assisting with the growth cycle.
The blue spectrum light has a low wavelength penetration into the scalp. Various studies have shown that blue light achieves consistent results in reducing surface wounds which can include inflammation on the scalp, dandruff, and irritation.