How to Use Your HairMax Prima 7 LaserComb
The LaserComb Prima 7 should be used for 15 minutes. Use a watch or clock to time your treatment.
First, press the power button and hold until power button light turns on. Second, press the laser button. The LaserComb is ready for use.
Shine the LaserComb onto the palm of your hand and you will see that the laser light is on (do not look at the laser light directly).
After you have turned on the LaserComb, place it flat on your scalp so that both rows of the teeth are touching your scalp.
Start at your hairline. Move the LaserComb from front to back of scalp in a slow combing motion, pausing every ½ inch (1cm) for 4 seconds.
Do not lift the LaserComb off your scalp while combing from front to back.
Next, lift the LaserComb off your scalp and start at a new position at the hair line.
Continue in this manner from front to back and then side to side until you cover your entire scalp with multiple passes. Repeat these passes for the total treatment of 15 min for Prima 7 model.
If you have long hair, use your fingers to lift your hair out of the way while using the LaserComb to be sure that the laser energy reaches your scalp.
If you are taking any medications or products that make you sensitive to light, you should test the LaserComb to make sure you do not have a reaction. Some of the things that can cause increased sensitivity to the LaserComb could be medicines for colds, allergies, pain medicine and drugs to treat infections. To test the LaserComb for sensitivity, turn the device on, hold the device on one spot, shining the light on your forearm. After two minutes, turn the device off and set aside. Look at the spot where you held the laser light over the next five minutes. If you see any reaction such as redness or rash, do not use the LaserComb and contact our Customer Service.
HairMax LaserComb has been clinically tested on both men and women. In the clinical study for men, 5% of the men said they had itching or tingling from using the LaserComb. None of the women in the clinical study reported any of these side effects from using the LaserComb. If you have itching, tingling or any other side effect that bothers you, stop using the LaserComb and contact our Customer Service.