HairMax LaserComb: Research & Development Timeline
2014 – Publication of the results using hair counts to measure efficacy of 4 clinical studies in 225 men and women published in the April 2014
issue of the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology, authored by key opinion leaders in the treatment of hair loss.
2014 – Publication of the results using photographic documentation to measure efficacy of the HairMax LaserComb
a sole or concomitant therapy.
2010 – Key HairMax clinical study demonstrated efficacy in females.
2010 – Clinical studies demonstrated efficacy in males with 3 new models.
2005 – Key clinical and scientific studies with the HairMax demonstrated efficacy in males.
2003 – First HairMax IRB study showed 84.2% success in hair growth and over 45% hair count increase.
2002 – HairMax independent study demonstrated 93.5% increase in hair counts and 78.9% increase in tensile strength.
Below are descriptions of studies conducted by Lexington International, LLC. These studies have helped to validate the efficacy of the HairMax LaserComb for the overall treatment for hair loss and stimulation of hair growth.