Got thinning hair? If you have hair loss or adult pattern thinning due to hormonal, environmental, or physiological factors, KeraLase is designed for you. 

KeraLase is ideal for both women and men who are suffering from androgenic alopecia (pattern hair loss), the most common cause of hair loss. a widening of the part at the top of the head, often beginning in your 40s or 50s. 

KeraLase treatments for hair loss are safe, quick, tolerable without numbing, and there is no downtime. Clinical studies have shown about 38% increase in hair growth after a series of six treatments (results can vary from person to person). KeraLase also helps increase hair thickness, typically delivering a 64% – 113% increase in hair diameter. 

Thinning Hair Needing Treatment Scottsdale Phoenix

What is a Keralase Treatment Like?

Keralase treatments take less than 30-minutes. Please be sure to arrive with freshly shampooed hair. 

During the treatment, your hair is gently parted and laser energy from the LaseMD creates micro-channels in the skin and Kerafactor serum is applied. The scalp and hairline are treated, and the laser energy may feel warm or tingle. The Kerafactor serum is soothing.

Kerafactor serum contains eight targeted growth factors to stimulate hair growth, The micro-channels created by the laser energy yhave been shown to increase absorption of the Kerafactor serum by more than 5 times. 

The Kerfactor serum should be left on overnight and washed off the next day. An mild redness and slight sensitivity typically subsides within a few hours. In the days after the treatment, you may notice hairs that were in the telogen phase (resting phase) shedding. This is to be expected. 

Treatments should be repeated monthly for a total of 4 to 6 treatments.


KeraLase Before and After at Rejuvience Med Spa in Scottsdale / Phoenix

How should I prepare for a KeraLase treatment?

  • Wash your hair before the treatment. Your hair must be clean and free of hair products.
  • For a week before and after each treatment, remain out of the sun or use sun protection (SPF or hat).
  • Following your treatment, you may notice hairs in the resting phase (telogen phase) may be shed by any slight trauma. This is normal and should be expected. 
  • After your treatment, once your hair and scalp dry naturally, you can resume normal activities including washing drying and/or hair products.

Who is a Good KeraLase Candidate?

Who is Not a Good KeraLase Candidate?

KeraLase is ideal for those suffering from Androgenetic Alopecia (pattern hair loss), Telogen Effluvium, and some scalp conditions.

If you are dealing with thinning hair due to genetics, rapid weight loss, stress-induced hair issues, hormonal-related hair loss (pregnancy, menopause), chemical damage, or a physician-managed thyroid imbalance, KeraLase may be your solution for fuller, healthier hair.

KeraLase is not an effective treatment for alopecia areata, persistent bald spots, frontal fibrosing, Trichotillomania, Lichen Plano Pilaris, or scarring alopecia.

KeraLase is contraindicated for pregnancy and lactation, and for those with active scalp infections, skin cancer on the scalp, or an allergy to any KeraFactorMD product.

How pattern hair loss develops for men and women

KeraLase vs PRP

KeraLase vs Microneedling

PRP involves blood handling, which always introduces a health risk. PRP protocols are not standardized, and practices often invent their own. PRP means needles, and some post-treatment soreness and bruising are likely.

KeraLase treatments do not entail blood handling, and any post-treatment redness or tenderness typically subsides in a few hours.

For microneedling needs to be at a depth of 1.5mm to be effective for hair loss. Most people need numbing to tolerate this depth. The 1.5mm depth will result in at least some pinpoint bleeding for most people.

KeraLase treatments do not cause pinpoint bleeding, and they are tolerable without numbing.

Not sure if KeraLase is right for you? Book a complimentary consultation.