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HairMax LaserComb now FDA approved -- no, really

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Brace yourself Jack... remember the HairMax LaserComb? Yeah, well it's now FDA approved. Seriously, in the FDA trial some 93% of the participants saw an increase in hair density with an average increase of 19 hairs/cm. Of course, that stamp of approval doesn't necessarily mean those lasers will restore your hair, but at least it's not likely to singe the tuft you've got left. Just remember, the FDA also approved Olestra which can cause orificial leakage. Now go ahead, pony-up the $545 required to try 'er out. We sure as hell won't be going hands-on with this one.

[Via Physorg.com]

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