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Hair loss, thinning or baldness are natural symptoms and if you are interested in fighting them, there is a way to do it without invasive treatment like medication or transplant. Dr. Zehava Lebar, an expert in dermatology and sex medicine and a scientist, sums up years of research and comparative information about our hair and the way to restore it.



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Do you lose your hair?

No need to hurt the body anymore - the technology is already here

Hair loss, thinning or baldness are natural symptoms and if you are interested in fighting them, there is a way to do it without invasive treatment like medication or transplant.

Dr. Zehava Lebar, an expert in dermatology and sex medicine and a scientist, sums up years of research and comparative information about our hair and the way to restore it.

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Sunday, 13 June 2021, 10:06 Updated: 14:56

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There is a way to fight hair loss (Photo: ShutterStock)

Did you know that every day we lose about 100 to 110 hairs from our head, which is fine?

Yes, "controlled" hair loss occurs in every adult, whose scalp should have 70-120 thousand hairs.



When should a red light come on for us?

When routine hair loss suddenly becomes a real hair loss, thinning or baldness.



Massive hair loss occurs when the hormone hydro - testosterone binds to receptors in the hair follicles, causing a disturbance in the desired balance between growth and hair loss.

In this case, the hair degenerates slowly and moves from the growth phase to the resting phase and then - to hair loss, as our hair follicles do not get enough vitamins and minerals and stop producing hair.



Although this frustrating phenomenon is not dangerous to our delight, many, men and especially women, feel that it is also not particularly aesthetic and are looking for solutions.

Therefore, the medical, technology and cosmetics industries try to provide a solution in different and varied ways, with the familiar options including, among other things, drug treatment or transplants.

Dr. Zehava Lebar, an expert in dermatology and sex medicine and a scientist (Photo: PR)

The well-worn joke that only the floor will stop falling does not make Dr. Bar funny. There are proven solutions

Dr. Zehava Lebar

, an expert in dermatology and sex medicine and a scientist, explains: There are a number of known solutions in the world of medicine. For example, drugs or hair transplants. Unpleasant hair transplantation is a surgical procedure in which hair follicles are taken from the back of the scalp and transferred to the front of the scalp and vertebrae. Of natural treatment, however in many cases people will find themselves investing a fortune in products that have no proven and scientific effectiveness.



As a result, more and more of those who suffer from hair loss are now turning to advanced technology.

As in every area of ​​our lives, technology has reached the world of the fight against hair loss in full force and offers special devices that can make a difference.

An advanced device for home use.

Harijan (Photo: PR)

One of them is the Reagan, a device for home use that combines four technologies for the treatment of hair follicles, each of which has previously been proven by scientific means to contribute to the healing and restoration of the scalp, hair and follicles.

The device that entered the market about five years ago and actually gives patients a therapeutic sequence in the comfort of home, without the need for medication, without the risk of scars or invasive treatment.

Beyond that the results are also guaranteed.

The technology is sold with a promise of a result or a refund: an aggregate improvement of 30 percent (in the regular device) and 40 percent (in the premium device) in the amount and thickness of hair in daily use, within a few months.



The Reagan device is a registered global patent with proven research success, suitable for home treatment and works with electrical action (excitation of the scalp and hair follicles), mechanical action (excitation and massage of the scalp), biochemical action (insertion of zinc and copper into the scalp) and the new premium device, also optical action (Improving blood circulation using a soft laser). Each session separately is scientifically proven in studies conducted in the field of hair and restoration. The Harijan device integrates all the restoration mechanisms in each treatment, so that virtually every use of the device provides restoration to the hair follicles in several operations that are applied simultaneously.



The Reagan device is intended for all ages, men and women, with each use starting from a professional diagnosis made at no cost, before purchasing the device, in order to ensure suitability for treatment and to ensure that the desired result is obtained. The device has "personal trainer" software, which checks the quality of the treatment in real time and helps with built-in signals for the correct and effective treatment of the device.



Hair loss, thinning or baldness are natural symptoms, which can be due to various reasons, such as genetics, hair type, blood circulation to the scalp, skin problems and even the effects of your environment and lifestyle.

If this has reached you too, do not panic - and know that there is a solution.



For information, and to schedule a free diagnosis, click on the link https://www.hairegen.co.il

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