FEEL­ING SUN BURN ON YOUR SCALP?

MAYBE YOUR HAIR IS NOT AS FULL AS IT USED TO BE. CAPILLUS CAN HELP.

Porthole Cruise Magazine - - The Insider -

CRUIS­ING MEANS YOU ARE PROB­A­BLY GET­TING MORE SUN THAN USUAL. IT ALSO MEANS YOU MAY FEEL SOME OF THE EF­FECTS OF HAIR LOSS MORE THAN USUAL. Some of the first signs of hair loss are an in­crease in shed­ding, a wider part that re­veals more scalp (and thus more sus­cep­ti­ble to sun­burn), a smaller pony­tail cir­cum­fer­ence, or a re­ced­ing hair­line. Many peo­ple change their hair style to cover up thin­ning be­fore com­ing to terms with the fact that they might be ex­pe­ri­enc­ing hair loss. In many cases, men don’t re­al­ize they are los­ing hair be­cause they can­not see the bald­ing at the crown and oth­ers find it a dif­fi­cult sub­ject to bring up.

Un­for­tu­nately, hair loss is usu­ally a pro­gres­sive con­di­tion mean­ing it wors­ens over time if left un­treated. Hair loss can be dev­as­tat­ing at any age and can have se­vere psy­cho­log­i­cal ef­fects on men and women.

PRE­VENTS HAIR LOSS & STIM­U­LATE THICKER, HEALTH­IER HAIR

The good news is there is a so­lu­tion if you act at the first signs of thin­ning. Capillus laser ther­apy caps are physi­cian-rec­om­mended and clin­i­cally proven to re­grow hair that has be­come thin­ner. With Capillus, you can do some­thing to prevent the hair loss pat­tern from wors­en­ing. Capillus is now avail­able for men and women in a more com­fort­able, flex­i­ble fit­ting de­sign with­out a pre­scrip­tion.

Man­u­fac­tured in the USA, Capillus laser ther­apy is FDA-CLEARED and has no known ad­verse side-ef­fects, so you can use it with con­fi­dence.† Noth­ing tops it for con­ve­nience. Just wear for 6 min­utes daily and start see­ing re­sults within 4-6 months.

Our Capillus laser caps start at a very af­ford­able price of $899 for the Capil­lus82 – an in­cred­i­ble value for the amount of lasers - and range up to our pre­mier clin­i­cal strength de­vice avail­able through se­lect hair restora­tion physi­cians.

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