At HairMax, we care, and that is why our 7 clinical studies were conducted at prestigious research universities throughout the U.S., including the Cleveland Clinic, the University of Miami and the University of Minnesota, applying the highest standards in the industry.

More Clinical Results than Any Other Laser Hair Growth Device

HairMax has invested in more research and clinical studies on light energy for hair growth than any other company. Seven clinical studies with 460 men and women have been completed conclusively proving it works safely and effectively – with NO worrisome side effects.

The Result? 90% success rate, 129 additional new hairs per in. sq. , 8 FDA Clearances. 6 published peer reviewed articles.

  • Six of these studies were designed as multi-centered, double-blind and randomized control device.
  • Designed to provide support of 510(k) submissions to the FDA – Major factor in granting of Clearances
  • Approved by an IRB (Independent Review Board)
  • Complied with GCP (Good Clinical Practices) guidelines
  • Monitored by a CRO (Contract Research Organization).
Monotherapy in a 54-year old male A) Before Treatment, B) Improvement after 6 months C) 12 months of low level light laser therapy

See The Clinical Study Results

(Individual results may vary. Photos on this page may not represent typical results you can experience)

Filling in of hairline. Substantial increase in hair density. Overall improvement of hair quality. (After 26 weeks)

Substantial increase in hair density. Overall improvement of hair quality. (After 26 weeks)

Clinical Study Non- Vellus Hair Density Macro Images

At baseline, a circle approximately 1 inch in diameter, positioned in the transition zone of the scalp, was identified as the site for hair clipping and tattooing. Within this site was the target area for the hair density evaluation during the laser hair growth treatment. Subjects were evaluated at baseline, week 8, week 16 and week 26. Digital images were taken of the target site within the clipped area following the site preparation. A 19 inch monitor was used for blinded evaluation.