CapillusRX (312 Diode) Hair Regrowth Laser Cap
The CapillusRX (formerly Capillus 312) is a laser therapy device recommended by physicians to restore thinning hair and prevent progression of hair loss.
312 lasers provide 380 times the coverage of the 82 model. More light to your follicles means more laser energy, for optimal results.
This FDA-cleared, wearable, battery-operated device can assist with the restoration of hair due to androgenetic alopecia.
The Capillus features a comfortable flexible fitting design, allowing for comfort of use. Only 6 minutes a day can start the process of clinically proven laser therapy to restore thinning hair.
The CapillusRX (312 model) is a mid-range device and features 312 laser diodes for better scalp coverage that is powerful yet affordable.
- Capillus Laser Therapy Device
- Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
- Adhesive Belt Clip for Battery Pack
- Universal AC Adapter with 4 Interchangeable Input Blades for International Use
- Capillus User Manual
- Sports Cap
- Lightweight Carrying Case
- Accessories Pouch
Please note that our regular size caps fit most heads, with a head circumference of up to 24".
Laser safety is the safe design, use and implementation of lasers to minimize the risk of laser accidents, especially those involving eye injuries. To control the risk of injury, various specifications define “classes” of laser depending on their power and characteristics.
The CapillusRX Laser Hair Regrowth Cap is a personal medical device that is non-refundable following the date of purchase. The CapillusRX is warranted against defects in materials or workmanship by its manufacturer for the period indicated in the User Instruction Manual from the date of purchase. Please refer to the manufacturer User Instruction Manual contained inside the CapillusRX packaging for detailed information and for the specific terms and conditions of the manufacturer’s product warranty. To activate your warranty, you are required to register your device within 30 days of the date of purchase at www.capillus.com/activatewarranty.
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How does Capillus mobile laser therapy work?
A healthy hair follicle is vital to the long-term growth and health of the hair. Many hair loss conditions, like pattern baldness, are associated with degradation within the hair follicle (e.g. miniaturization, dormancy, etc.) Capillus laser caps are designed to improve cellular respiration within the hair follicle, which has been shown to increase oxygen availability, nutrient delivery, and promotes a healthy hair growth cycle
Can you use a laser cap if you are taking 1mg/ finasteride a day?
Your hair should be free of all hair products before you starting your laser hair treatment.
Is laser therapy for hair growth good for people that are prone to skin cancers on their head?
There are no indications that using low-level laser therapy (LLLT), also referred to as photobiomodulation (or PBMT), will exacerbate skin cancer. LLLT is exclusively in the visible red light spectrum – no UV or other harmful light. This article by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) summarizes a 2012 study which documented the "absence of strong positive or negative effects of LLLT on tumor growth" with the type of red light that is used in LLLT. The study did, in fact, conclude that there was no proof or indication that LLLT (PBMT) has any negative effect on cancer cells. If your skin is more photosensitive from skin cancer's effects or treatment of it, you may wish to consult your physician before using LLLT.
I was wondering if you have a payment system?
Yes! If you look on the product page, we offer affirm payments as our partner.
There is currently a $500 off promotion.
Are any coupon codes available?
Yes! The capillus RX (312 Diode) is now $500 off!!
Why do they call this laser therapy when its clearly only led therapy? Is it just to justify the exorbitant price. Something like this shouldn't cost more than $200.00 and you would be making at least 4x your money.
The therapy used is LLLT (low level laser therapy), and these are FDA cleared devices for medical use. These caps use laser diodes, and not the inexpensive LED lights.
There is a significant difference between Lasers and LEDs for hair growth. Although they may look the same, only Lasers have been clinically proven to promote hair growth. The reason is that Lasers provide stronger, focused more intense light energy than LEDs. In addition, Lasers are specific in the color of light they deliver. All of the Laser energy is concentrated into a single wavelength (color) of light. LED light energy is dispersed into various wavelengths (colors).
So why would a company use LEDs in their hair growth devices? The simple answer is that LEDs are significantly less expensive than laser diodes. Laser light is collimated, meaning it travels in a straight line. This focused, collimated light penetrates the scalp to reach the follicle root, which is vital to stimulate hair growth.
Lasers emit a single wavelength that makes laser light ideal for medical treatments. Certain tissues (including hair follicles) only respond to particular wavelengths of light. Laser light’s coherence keeps the energy focused and the beam narrow. This is so that it can effectively penetrate deeper into the scalp and reach your hair follicles. LEDs on the other hand, emit light in a range of wavelengths, rather than one specific wavelength. The LED beams are incoherent and wider than a laser’s, so it can’t penetrate as far into the scalp.Essentially, lasers are much more focused and powerful. A simple example would be a laser keeps it's 'straight line' shape over distance, where a flashlight "cones' away from the end of the flashlight.
Laser Therapy has been proven in clinical studies to:
- Statistically significant increase in terminal hair density (thickness)
- Higher percentage of treated subjects reported overall improvement of hair loss condition and thickness and fullness of hair
- Increase in hair counts was comparable to short-term clinical trials of 5% minoxidil (Rogaine) and 1mg/day finasteride (Propecia)
- No serious side effects.
I JUST BOUGHT THE CAPILLUS RX BECAUSE MY DERMATOLOGIST SAID IT WORKS. BUT IT TAKES AWHILE AND I SEE NO RESULTS YET.