What do you get when you cross a helmet, lasers and earphones?

You get the iGrow hair restoration helmet. No, I’m not kidding. The iGrow features 21 laser diodes and 30 LED lights that are built into this hands-free device.  The picture above might look like the helmet is melting your brain, but it’s really designed to stimulate hair follicle growth while allowing you to listen to the soundtrack from the musical Hair. Jokes aside, millions of men and women suffer from hair loss and this product claims to provide noticeable results in 12 weeks, with full benefits being seen by 9 months. With a price tag of $695, the iGrow seems like a risky purchase… But they do offer a 6 month money back guarantee as long as you don’t mind paying a 20% restocking fee and return shipping.

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4 comments… add one

  • andix February 22, 2011, 8:48 am

    oooh I recognize this… must be a rebranded iQuack helmet. suffering from (almost) total hairloss for the last 20 years or so, I can’t stop but wonder what unprecedented levels of gullibility will they take the consumer to.
    in my town they brought a machine that uses the same “system” at the local hair salon. being the curious meddling kid I am, I went to the manufacturer’s web site. guess what: NOTHING about proven results or clinical tests. but lots of reassuring financial lines guaranteeing you a 600% investment return if you buy the product for your salon.
    looks like they’re addressing different markets now…

  • Andy Jacobs February 22, 2011, 9:43 am

    From the title, I was going to guess, “Dr. Evil’s Sport Discman.”

  • Jackie Cheng February 22, 2011, 3:40 pm

    A bit pricey don’t you think. Would be cheaper to just hit the clubs and stand under the lasers and lights. Plus you get better music too!

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