Uno Vita Red Light Therapy Cap

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Uno Vita Red Light Therapy Cap (helmet)
Hair Growth Hat 660 nm 850 nm Red Infrared Light Therapy Device for Hair Loss
* Required a powerbank (10000 mA) or connection to the electric grid

Benefits backed by science :
Research shows , that the wavelengths in the spectrum of 630-950nm show optimal biological response.

• May decreases pain or headache
• May stimulate hair re-growth
• May improve brain disorderers
• May improve memory

Even though this technology don’t have side effects, we suggest taking the following precautions :

This device is water-resistant but not waterproof ! Do not submerge the wrap or its components in water.
Not intended for the use by children and pregnant woman. Do not exceed 30 Min. on one treatment.
Don’t stare directly at the light .

Contact your doctor if you : 

a . Have any medical questions .
b. Suspect that you have had a negative reaction from using the device .
c. Are taking drugs known to cause light sensitivity .

Research Shows Red Light is an Effective Natural Treatment for Hair Loss
Hair loss is one of the most common effects of aging, impacting over half the world’s population. More than 50% of men over the age of 40 are affected by Androgenetic Alopecia, or common hair loss. 75% of women over 65 also suffer from alopecia.

Fortunately, red light therapy offers a safe and natural option for preventing and reversing hair loss. And it’s backed up by a wealth of peer-reviewed clinical studies, trials, and meta-analyses. A 2019 meta-analysis examined 8 clinical studies, comprising a total of 11 double-blind randomized controlled trials. The quantitative analysis showed a significant increase in hair density for people who were treated with red light therapy. There was a significant increase in hair growth with red light therapy treatments versus sham and placebo treatments.

Red Light Therapy More Effective than Hair Growth Drugs, with No Side Effects
A meta-analysis from 2018 reviewed recent advances in non-surgical treatments for hair loss. 22 studies were examined by comparing red light therapy to other common treatments such as hormone-regulating drugs like Finasteride and Dutasteride, researchers concluded that red light therapy was the superior treatment. Importantly, while many of the drugs reviewed in this meta-analysis had negative side effects, red light therapy was found to have none. 

Improved Hair Count, Density, Thickness, and Strength with Red Light
Another meta-analysis published in 2017 analyzed 11 studies and 680 patients who were treated with red light therapy for hair growth. Researchers noted significant improvements in both hair count and hair density. Additionally, hair thickness and tensile strength were also improved in those treated with natural light. People who were treated with red light were asked about their experiences, and on the whole, responded very positively to the treatments.

Red Light Proven Effective for Male Pattern Baldness Versus Sham Treatment
In a single study from 2018, researchers conducted a 6-month, randomized, double-blind trial with both red light therapy and a sham device. With 100 people, they applied real red light therapy to one side of each participant’s head 3 times a week for 30 minutes, while the other side received a sham treatment. At the end of the trial, the side that received red light treatment had significantly greater hair coverage than the sham-treated side. Hair thickness, hair count, and hair regrowth also saw significant improvements. Researchers concluded that red light therapy is an effective, safe, and well-tolerated treatment for male pattern baldness. 

Treating Male Pattern Baldness with Red Light Therapy
In 2019, researchers conducted a 6-month study that examined men with pattern hair loss and changes in the protein expression in their dermal papilla tissues, which are responsible for hair growth. Participants received 25 minutes of red light therapy treatment every other day for 6 months. By examining which proteins were up-regulated, researchers concluded that red light therapy promoted hair growth and reversed the miniaturization process of balding by enhancing dermal papilla cell function. 

Another study that aimed to define the safety and physiologic effects of red light therapy on males with pattern baldness was conducted in 2014. 44 men participated and had a section of their scalp trimmed to 3 mm height. The area was tattooed and photographed. One group received red light treatment every other day for 16 weeks while the second group received a sham treatment. Upon completing the study, researchers found:

  • A significant increase in the post-treatment hair count in the red light treatment group
  • A 35% increase in hair growth in the red light treatment group
  • No adverse events or side effects were reported

Treating Female Pattern Baldness with Red Light Therapy
Just ten years ago, the options for women’s hair loss solutions were limited. With more attention being given to female pattern hair loss over the last decade, many studies and treatment methods have sprung forward. Red light therapy is one of the most tested and proven hair loss treatments for women today.

To study the effectiveness of red light therapy on women with normal hair loss, one of the researchers who conducted the previously-mentioned study on men decided to recreate it for women participants with hair loss. The double-blind, randomized trial was conducted in the same way: 47 women participants had an area of their scalps trimmed to 3 mm height. The area was tattooed and photographed. One group received red light treatment every other day for 16 weeks while the second group received a sham treatment. Upon completing the study, researchers found even better hair growth results for women than men:

Significant increase in post-treatment hair count for women
A 37% increase in hair growth in the red light treatment group
No adverse events or side effects were reported

Red Light Therapy & Topicals Perform Well Together: A 2017 study looked at the effects of red light therapy versus topical minoxidil 5% ointment, a common treatment for female pattern hair loss. The study included 45 women, broken into 3 groups: those who received red light therapy, those who received a topical ointment, and a combination group. Researchers concluded that red light therapy treatments were effective. The use of both red light and topical ointment was recommended by researchers to hasten hair regrowth. 

51% Increase in Women’s Hair Counts: Another 2017 trial studied red light therapy’s effect on women experiencing hair loss. Researchers used the Ludwig-Savin Baldness scale, specifically designed to examine hair loss in women. They found that women receiving red light therapy at 650 nm saw a 51% increase in hair counts.

Conclusion: Red Light Therapy is a Safe, Effective Hair Loss Intervention
Red light therapy is a safe, effective natural hair loss treatment that’s reliable for both male- and female-pattern baldness, as shown in numerous studies. Across study after study, red light treatments have increased hair counts, boosted hair thickness, and helped people improve their appearance and confidence levels. If you’ve struggled with hair loss and unsuccessful treatments, consider giving natural red light therapy a try.

Original text from Degree Wellness USA

660nm of red light in general
This light can be seen by the human eyes and targets skin cells. There is an abundance of literature outlining the benefits offered by the 660nm wavelength. Penetrating just a little deeper than the 630nm wavelength, the 660nm reaches into the entire range of the skin tissue to promote healing and regeneration.

Some of its diverse benefits include:
Reduced training fatigue: The 660nm wavelength teamed with the 830nm near-infrared wavelength has been proven to delay the development of fatigue in the muscles, and enhance skeletal muscle performance. Reduced inflammation: In a study investigating the effects of red light therapy on pleurisy, the 660nm wavelength was found to induce an anti-inflammatory effect. Improved bone healing: The 660nm wavelength encourages resorption and formation in the bone cells around the location where repair is needed, without causing any change to the bone structure. Reduced swelling following injury: In one study, the 660 nm wavelength was found to reduce both inflammation and swelling by reducing the number of inflammatory cells which lead to the formation of swelling. Reduced neuropathic pain: A study investigating sciatic nerve pain in rats found that the 660 nm wavelength significantly helped to reduce pain. Accelerated wound healing: The 660 nm wavelength has been proven to increase the formation of new blood vessels and enhance collagen deposition to help in the healing of wounds.

850nm of near infrared light in general
This light cannot be seen by the human eyes and targets deep tissue. This wavelength has a range of therapeutic applications such as:

  • Anti-inflammatory benefits: 850nm wavelengths can help to reduce joint and muscle pain and diminish general inflammation in the body.
  • Enhanced muscle recovery: A study observed the use of 850nm wavelengths on athletes, and found that usage of the near-infrared light increased muscle mass after training, and decreased inflammation and oxidative stress in muscle biopsies.
  • Healing of wounds in the skin: Lesions in the skin heal faster when exposed to 850nm wavelength light therapy.
  • Reduction of lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation: 850nm can support the production of collagen, assisting with plumper, more radiant-looking skin, and a more uniform texture.
  • Orthodontics and tooth alignment: The use of the 850nm wavelength can foster the speedy realignment of teeth for patients undergoing orthodontics.

Sources and References:

[1] Hamblin M. “Mechanisms and applications of the anti-inflammatory effects of photobiomodulation”. AIMS Biophys. 2017.
[2] Joo HJ, Jeong KH, et al. “Various Wavelengths of Light-Emitting Diode Light Regulate the Proliferation of Human Dermal Papilla Cells and Hair Follicles via Wnt/β-Catenin and the Extracellular Signal-Regulated Kinase Pathways.” Annals of Dermatology 2017 Dec.
[3] Delaney SW, Zhang P. “Systematic review of low-level laser therapy for adult androgenic alopecia.” Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2018 Aug.
[4] Liu KH, Liu D, et al. “Comparative effectiveness of low-level laser therapy for adult androgenic alopecia: a system review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.” Lasers in Medical Science. 2019 Aug.
[5] Gupta AK, Mays RR, et al. “Efficacy of non-surgical treatments for androgenetic alopecia: a systematic review and network meta-analysis.” JEADV. 2018 Dec.
[6] Afifi L, Maranda EL, et al. “Low-level laser therapy as a treatment for androgenetic alopecia.” Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2017 Jan.
[7] Mai-Yi Fan S, Cheng YP, et al. “Efficacy and Safety of a Low-Level Light Therapy for Androgenetic Alopecia: A 24-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Self-Comparison, Sham Device-Controlled Trial.” Dermatologic Surgery. 2018 Nov.
[8] Panchaprateep R, Pisitkun T, et al. “Quantitative proteomic analysis of dermal papilla from male androgenetic alopecia comparing before and after treatment with low-level laser therapy.” Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2019 Mar.
[9] Lanzafame RJ, Blanche RR,et al. “The growth of human scalp hair mediated by visible red light laser and LED sources in males.” Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2013 Oct.
[10] Lanzafame RJ, Blanche RR, et al. “The growth of human scalp hair in females using visible red light laser and LED sources.” Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2014 Oct.
[11] Esmat SM, Hegazy RA, et al. “Low level light-minoxidil 5% combination versus either therapeutic modality alone in management of female patterned hair loss: A randomized controlled study.” Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 2017 Nov.
[12] Friedman S, Schnoor P. “Novel Approach to Treating Androgenetic Alopecia in Females With Photobiomodulation (Low-Level Laser Therapy).” Dermatologic Surgery. 2017 Jun.

 

Details

How to use it:

1) Plug into the AC socket or powered by power bank (not included) with USB cable and the two
buttons illuminate
cyan then press the power button to turn the device on. ( It comes to lowest level for brightness 50% .)

2) Distance: 0 inches for best results, place your head for hair
re-growth , headache and improve brain memory and brain disorder .

3) Select options:

Press the power button once quickly so the power button illuminates green, then:

a. Press the button once, and all LEDs (630nm 850nm 940nm ) turn on.

b. Press again, and only the red LEDs (630nm) will be on, and near infrared (850nm and 940nm) off.

c. Press again, only near infrared LED (850nm and 940nm) on, and red LEDs (630nm) off. Note that
infrared light is invisible to the human eye so it may appear that the LEDs are off when in fact
the infrared led is on.
d. Press again, and all LED diodes turn off.

If you press the power button for more than 3 seconds, the power button illuminates blue and:

a. Press the button once, and all LEDs (630nm 850nm 940nm) come to pulse mode.

b. Press again, and only the red LEDs (630nm) come to pulse mode.

c. Press again, and only the near infrared LEDs (850nm and 940nm) come to pulse mode.

d. Press again, and all LED diodes turn off.

For dimmable mode adjusting brightness , please switch to the other button .

Model 1 : Low level (power : 50%) Model 2 : Middle level (power : 75%) Model 3 : High level (power
: 100%)

When the device is on it comes to low level already, press again , it comes to middle level , press
again it comes to high level . For which levels to choose depends on you and the season . Suggest
highest level for winter season and lowest level for summer season .

4) Usage Frequency: Use device 1-2 times per day for at least 4 weeks, and for convenience the
device automatically shuts off after each 15 minute session . Let device cool for a few minutes
before another treatment .

5) Unplug device from wall and store in cool dry area.

6) Maintenance: For cleaning we recommend using a damp towel or wet tissue to slightly clean your
cap. Make sure the device is unplugged from any power, cords disconnected and turned off. Only
clean the fabric portion of the cap and not the LED diodes directly. Do not submerge the cap in
water. Allow the red light cap to air dry and make sure to keep it out of direct sunlight.

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