Irestore vs Capillus Review 2019 – Which Laser Cap Treatment is Best For You?

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More people are struggling with hair loss, bald spots, and thin, weak hair. Among the many remedies for these problems, non-invasive laser caps and helmets are becoming increasingly popular. This Irestore vs Capillus review highlights the pros and cons of these two options, and which product is better.

Introduction

I’ve had hair thinning issues since I hit my thirties, and it isn’t that I haven’t tried every safe option available trying to fix it. While supplements were helpful, I often had reactions to the pills. In my search for other treatments, I came across laser hair growth systems that gave results – which is why I have compiled this Irestore vs Capillus review.

If you have a history of alopecia and thin hair in your family, you can use this form of treatment to prevent hair loss and balding before it progresses too far. Unfortunately, if you’ve been bald for years, laser caps may not work for you since your hair follicles aren’t alive anymore.

Irestore Laser Cap  

Irestore has had successful clinical trials and studies in Low-Level Light Therapy and LED therapy in all the users they tested on last year. They also claim to pay great attention to detail, and in ensuring their users have a comfortable, easy, and safe way to restore their hair in the comfort of their homes.

Product description

Irestore’s hair growth system is a light cap you place on your head for 25 minutes every day. With LED light technology and 51 optimal wavelength lasers, your hair follicles absorb the energy, increasing metabolism and improving hair growth. You can go on with your chores while the cap does its work.

Other Products

With most laser treatments, using other hair growth remedies can increase the results’ success rates. Irestore has hair serums and supplements, you can use hand in hand with the low-level light system – and you get the kit at a discount.

Pros

  • FDA-approved
  • Easy to use
  • Drug-free and non-invasive

Cons

  • Slightly expensive
  • Couldn’t use it outdoors

Capillus Laser Cap

Also using Low-level light therapy, Capillus offer more features than most laser caps. Many studies and clinical studies also back them, and some of the latest caps require physician recommendation.

Product description

With Capillus, it is all about ease and mobility. The laser caps are quite light and discreet. Unlike helmets, these come in the form of baseball caps, beanies, and even headscarves. You can use them at home, in your office – pretty much if you’re on the move – and only for six minutes every day.

Other Products

Capillus has a wide range of laser caps; with different numbers of laser diodes depending on your need for coverage. They also have keratin hair fibers, shampoo, conditioners, and serums you can use with the caps.

Pros

  • FDA-approved
  • Light and easy to use
  • Safe and drug-free
  • Different diode ranges available
  • Handy for outdoor use

Cons

  • Very expensive

Recommendation

Lots of research and clinical studies are involved in the creation of both products. Capillus is quite impressive with the range of options depending on the need, fewer minutes used, and ease of use with the portable caps. Both caps are easy to use. I would recommend Irestore for the lesser expense, but you can go for Capillus if you can afford a higher-end product!

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An avid reader and writer, Lilly Kingston has been a nurse for over five years at her local hospital down at Montego Bay, Jamaica. She has also studied French and does homeschooling lessons when she is not taking care of her patients. Apart from making a living and helping others while at it, Lilly loves creating e-books, crocheting, singing horribly at karaoke, and enjoying walks down at the Doctor’s Cave beach. She also likes traveling to different states, countries, and towns to sate her curiosity on various cultures; but mostly for the food. Lilly lives with her fiancé and often drags him along on her adventures.

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