Discover the 6 Unexpected Reasons Behind Your Hair Loss – and the Simple 6-Minute Solution!

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Hair loss transcends mere aesthetics; it often bears an emotional weight that can shake the very foundations of one's self-confidence and identity. It's a silent struggle that many face, but few openly discuss. Men may view hair loss as an unwelcome reminder of aging or a loss of youthful vitality, leading to a decline in self-esteem. Women might experience it as a loss of femininity and allure, affecting their social and professional interactions. This isn't just about losing strands of hair; it's about losing a part of oneself.

Men vs. Women:
Different Causes, Shared Frustration

Hair Loss in Men

Men typically experience a receding hairline and a gradual thinning on the crown. This is often due to male pattern baldness, which is linked to genetics and hormones.

Hair Loss in Women

Women, on the other hand, may experience a more diffuse pattern of hair loss, with thinning happening all over the scalp. This can be caused by hormonal changes, stress, certain medications, and even hairstyles that put a lot of tension on the hair.

The Culprits Behind Your Hair Loss

Genetics

Hereditary hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women. This type of hair loss is linked to an inherited sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a byproduct of testosterone that causes hair follicles to shrink and ultimately stop growing new hair.

Stress

Emotional and physical stress can contribute to excessive hair shedding. When the body is under stress, it diverts resources away from non-essential functions like hair growth, leading to a temporary increase in hair loss.

Hormonal Imbalances

Fluctuations in hormones can disrupt the hair growth cycle. Conditions like pregnancy, menopause, thyroid disorders, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can all contribute to hormonal imbalances that lead to hair loss.

Nutritional Deficiencies

A lack of essential nutrients can impair hair growth. Deficiencies in vitamins like biotin, iron, zinc, and protein can weaken hair follicles and lead to excessive shedding.

Medical Conditions

Certain conditions can cause hair loss as a side effect. Autoimmune diseases, cancer treatments, and skin conditions like alopecia areata can all trigger hair loss.

Hairstyling Practices

Harsh hairstyling techniques can damage hair follicles. Tight hairstyles, chemical treatments, and excessive heat styling can lead to traction alopecia and breakage, contributing to thinning hair.

The Price of Hair Regrowth: Assessing Treatment Costs

When it comes to addressing hair loss, the journey is not just about finding an effective solution, but also about managing the costs associated with various treatments. From wigs and extensions to supplements and surgical options, the financial investment in hair restoration can be significant.

Wigs and Extensions

While they offer a non-invasive solution, high-quality wigs and extensions can cost anywhere from
$100 to over $2000
annually.

Minoxidil Treatments

A popular over-the-counter option for hair growth, products like Rogaine can add up to
$420
per year.

Hair Transplants

Surgical options like FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) can range from
$5,000 to well over $10,000.

Supplements

Nutrafol, Viviscal, and other supplements can cost between
$65.16 to over $1,056
annually.

Low Level Laser Therapy

While the journey to address hair loss can be expensive and emotionally taxing, 
Xtrallux offers a cost-effective,
one-time investment solution.

How Laser Therapy Can Help Regrow Your Hair

Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) operates under the principle of photo-biomodulation.

Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) utilizes specific wavelengths of light to stimulate hair follicles. This light energy enhances cellular activity in the scalp, promoting hair growth. Xtrallux targets weakened follicles, increasing blood circulation and nutrient flow, which strengthens hair, reduces hair loss, and encourages new growth. In just 6 minutes a day, Xtrallux harnesses FDA-cleared, clinically-proven technology to nurture the growth of new, healthier hair.

Hair Follicles Treated with Laser Therapy

Historically, Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) was a luxury confined to the doctor's offices, involving bulky, expensive equipment and requiring frequent visits, making it an inconvenient and costly option for many. However, the landscape of hair restoration has dramatically changed. LLLT is now accessible to everyone, right in the comfort of their own homes.

Discover Xtrallux's Power

Now available without a prescription.

  • Maximum Laser Count: Compared to other leading devices on the market, Xtrallux provides more lasers for greater treatment of the scalp.
  • Clinically Proven Technology: Utilizes FDA-cleared technology proven effective in hair regrowth.
  • Lasers not LEDs: Lasers only treat the hair follicles they target. Treat more unhealthy follicles with each use with our devices.
  • Non-Invasive Therapy: Offers a pain-free alternative to surgical hair restoration methods.
  • Privacy Focused: We do NOT use bluetooth connectivity that requires sharing usage data with the company. Xtrallux devices do not use applications or technology to collect, track nor store progress photos or use.

Don't let another day go by without addressing your hair loss concerns. For a limited time, we're extending a special offer to help you regain your confidence and embrace your full head of hair.

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Xtrallux is Backed by Hair Loss Experts

Xtrallux is not just a product, it's a commitment to ongoing hair health, recommended for its lasting benefits.

Is Laser Therapy Right for Your Hair Loss?

Xtrallux Hair Regrowth caps are recommended for adults (men or women) who are experiencing mild to moderate hair loss due to androgenic alopecia with Fitzpatrick Skin Types I to IV as per indications for use. If your hair loss is advanced or due to scarring alopecias, this device is not right for you. Please consult with your healthcare provider for other types of hair loss (ie. medically-induced, areata, universalis, or totalis alopecias, effluvium, etc) and skin types.

Will laser therapy work for me if I'm bald?

Xtrallux is indicated for mild to moderate hair loss cases. If you're hair loss is advanced, you are not a candidate for laser therapy. Please read the indications for use on the product pages for detail.

Is laser therapy dangerous for dark skin tones?

Laser therapy at 650 nm and <5mW has never had any reported adverse effects for ANY skin tone, including the darkest of skin tones but due to limitations in testing protocols has only been clinically tested for treatment of AGA on skin types 1-4. Xtrallux devices are not cleared for dark skin tones due to the substantial equivalence process of FDA clearances.

Does laser therapy really work to treat hair loss?

Yes. The United States Food & Drug Administration has cleared Xtrallux hair regrowth devices as effective for treating androgenetic alopecia (see full indication for use). The clearance is based on substantiation by earlier submissions to the FDA providing clinical data to verify that this type of medical device emitting red laser energy results in an increase in terminal hair counts over the course of time with continued use. Terminal hair is defined as long, coarse, well-pigmented hair which differs from vellus hair. 

Xtrallux manufactures devices use this technology which has been proven to increase counts of terminal hair in clinical trials accepted as substantiation by the FDA for prior clearances for this device classification.

Keep in mind that results will vary from person to person. Each case is different.

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