Advanced Hair Studio Welcomes FDA Laser Hair Re-Growth Approval

May 18, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Advanced Hair Studio, one of the world’s largest hair restoration companies, was excited to hear that the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) had approved a laser device for regrowing hair for sufferers of hair loss. Advanced Hair Studio pioneered the world’s first combination treatment of Advanced laser therapy, Minoxidil (FDA Approved Hair Regrowth Pharmaceutical) and Serenoa Repens many years ago and this ruling is vindication of its claims of success.

Hair loss affects over 40% of males and 10% of females and this announcement will be welcome news for those who are looking for a way to not only stop hair loss, but regrow hair in failing hair bulbs.

Advanced Hair Studio spokesperson said, “There have been many critics who have doubted our claims of success, however we have many successful sportsmen and women, such as Shane Warne, Austin Healey and Mark Geyer (Australian Rugby Great), who can attest to the results of Advanced Laser Therapy.” More information can be found at on the different types of treatment suitable for hair loss suffers.

Laser Therapy is not new and has been used by a number of practitioners over the last twenty years. However, this FDA ruling is the first time a laser device has been approved and recognised as a way to regrow hair.

Advanced Hair Studio was founded in Australia over thirty years ago. Today they operate in eleven countries and are the market leader in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, S. Africa, Sweden and Ireland and provide a number of treatments and services to assist persons who suffer from hair loss including their Strand-by-Strand procedure.

Press Release distributed on behalf of Advanced Hair Studio by Bell Pottinger.