Jake
PortlandMember since May 2015

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    • Aug 9, 2015
    • Verified Reviewer

    Theradome

    Expected to pay $20,000, left paying $700

    If you're prone to male pattern baldness you're going to go bald no matter what. In my case I took testosterone and started losing hair so needed something to kick start my hair and restore what I have. I've been using it for two months now and would say yes I think it's having an effect. I bought it at Bosley because I was going to do hair restoration for the hair that fell out due to testosterone use and my impatience. I did research on hair restoration and went into Bosley expecting to spend up to 20 grand. I didn't even know about the Theradome. The rep Casey in Austin Texas looked me over and said " if I were you I'd just use the laser treatment". I said "what are you talking about?" And he explained it to me. There's a comb version or helmet. Again I don't have male pattern baldness in my family. So I'm not naturally prone to going bald. Casey said if he were me he would use the Theradome. Also he said if I'm not happy with the results in one year I can bring it back for a full refund and use that towards hair restoration. So this is a guy who knows what he's talking about and could've easily sold me on a hair restoration surgery for thousands of dollars. I walked out with the Theradome and will continue to try it for a year. Using it every other day. You can use it twice a day every day. Your scalp needs time to heal. Just like lifting weights. So that's my experience. Take it for what it's worth.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    4 people found it helpful

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