Does the iGrow Really Work?

Does iGrow work?The iGrow is a Space Age looking device that is supposed to help you regrow your hair and stop hair loss. You might think this is the latest release from Apple, but it’s not. So how well does it actually work at returning order to your natural hair growth.

When you’re losing your hair you’ll look for anything that works. There are many different treatment options, and each company has a different approach as to how to get your hair loss to stop and even better to get it growing again. Some use creams, lotions, and serums. Others use pills to supply the body with the nutrients it needs to grow hair again. A relatively new approach is using laser combs. The iGrow is trying to take the laser comb technology and make it easier to use.

The Claim
They say you can get thicker, fuller hair in a matter of weeks using the iGrow. That’s a pretty bold claim since most hair growth products not being able to have an effect that soon. They say you’ll be able to keep your current hair, and that it doesn’t matter if your genetics are working against you. They also say that it works for both men and women.

They also say that there are no side effects to using this, that it’s designed to be safe for home use, and that it’s totally automated so you simply put it on and it does the rest. They claim that the hands-free nature of the device makes it something that you can travel with and use wherever you are.

The Hype
Hair loss is already a hyped up industry, and when you take into consideration that this is a laser helmet you’re going to turn some heads with it. The look of it alone hypes it up because let’s face it, it basically looks ridiculous. But you can’t hold that against it

The Cost
The iGrow is $700 at Amazon, and they say that this is affordable when you start adding up all of the monthly costs you’ll be avoiding if you used other treatments. But let’s face it, that’s a pretty good chunk of cash to put down on something that doesn’t really have enough peer feedback to make you feel at ease that it will work.

The Commitment
You’ll have to commit to using this on a regular basis if you want to see the best results. It’s not as if you can wear this to work, so it’s something you’ll have to use in your free time. Also, if you don’t want anyone to know that you’re doing something about your hair loss, you’ll have to find a private time to use it.

If you look further into what they’re saying, you’ll see that they want you to use this for 12 weeks in order to make a determination on whether or not it works. Their return policy gives you six months to evaluate it, but the catch is that they charge you a restocking fee on it. This means that it’s not a risk-free trial. When you look at it from their point of view, it’s not as if they can resell your iGrow helmet once you return it, so they’re likely covering their production costs this way.

You’d basically be a guinea pig for this product, since there isn’t enough third party feedback on whether this works or not. It might be a better offer if they let you break up the payments into installments, or offer a trial period where you pay a smaller up front cost of around $100 and then pay the balance if you like it after 60 days. But the way they have this set up puts all of the risk on you, even with their guarantee in place. Anytime we see that we think that the company isn’t very confident in their product. We like it better when there is some risk placed on the business so they have a vested interest in bringing a working product to market.

Final iGrow Review

The iGrow is getting our Risky Try rating based mostly on their 6 month money back guarantee, and the fine print of how it works. While it’s unclear whether or not this works for the majority of those that try it, it’s something that you can try out for an extended period of time. The company is pretty confident that after using it as directed for 6 months you won’t be sending it back. With this price point you’re not going to forget to return it if you’re not happy with it.

The only thing that can trip you up here is if you get it and don’t use it as much as you’re supposed to. If after 6 months you don’t like it and end up returning it, the restocking fee will be about $120, so worst case scenario you’re going to pay $20 a month to try it out and see what you think. When you look at it this way, and compare it to the cost of trying out other products, it doesn’t sound like too big a risk. Plus if it works you’ve got a one-off payment for a hair growth solution that you can use daily with nothing more to pay.

Our Recommendation
The large upfront cost on this is hard to swallow, especially considering all of the non-laser options that are less expensive and get good reviews. But if you can swing it and you want to try it out this seems like a viable option.

What do you think? Does iGrow work or not?

{ 68 comments… read them below or add one }

Talen March 5, 2013 at 11:21 am

The restocking fee at $120 for a product that costs $700 is not bad. It’s not great, but it’s not terrible either. But then you’ve got to wonder, if you could make a garbage product for $30 and rent it out for six months for $120, could you make money? The answer is a definitive yes. The 6 month money back guarantee is nothing to brag about because of the high restocking fee. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t tempted, but the restocking fee makes me cringe just a bit.


Dragonfly757 September 14, 2013 at 1:36 am

Finally, a website that tells the pros and cons! I’ve spent an hr researching this helmet for hair growth and most of them are a waste of time with people just being annoying. Thanks for your input. I may try it.


Vincent January 23, 2014 at 8:25 am

I am using it right now but too early to tell. I am following the schedule of sessions diligently and have the thinner hair on top with small but noticeable hair follicles and am not on any drugs. Just regular male pattern hair thinning. So I feel I am the perfect candidate who they say this will work for. I feel six months is enough time to see if this is snake oil fake and a scam or the real deal. Believe me, I will tell you which this is. I am on my second week of usage. I look forward to letting everyone know how I make out and can make an honest judgement.
Yours truly, Vincent


James May 24, 2014 at 12:19 am

Hey Vincent,

Since it’s been over 4 months since you posted, I was wondering if you could give an update on whether you’ve seen improvement from using the iGrow? Any information would be great, thank you and hope it’s working out!



Jerry August 9, 2014 at 2:03 am

I was wondering if you had any luck with your iGrow. Thanks!


Musa November 5, 2014 at 3:01 pm

Vincent, how have your results been using igrow since January? It’s been about 10 months. Hoping you can give feedback.


Ali November 23, 2014 at 2:59 pm

Hey, Vincent

Could you tell us what is your hair situation?
We are so excited to buy this helmet.



Wala February 11, 2015 at 7:33 pm

VINCENT!!!!! RIP. He died testing iGrow for us all.


missy August 8, 2015 at 12:01 pm

I have been using igrow for3 mo ths and noticed nothing different. No change in hairfall, thinning, or anything. Im thinking about returning it today.


bandari October 23, 2015 at 1:54 pm

hi vincent

this is regarding your review about using igrow laser, i have seen your views last year and u promised to share its results after 6 months whether it really makes regrowth of hair or not, so i will be kind and very educative if you share the results now for everyone out there with hairfall and bald problems

your friend


Scott November 13, 2015 at 8:33 pm

Hi Vincent,

So, its 18 months later since your original post about iGrow. What was your verdict on the helmet?
Thanks, Scott


Graeme December 12, 2015 at 12:10 pm

Vincent unfortunately died in a car accident. As a friend I have been assigned the duty in his Will to communicate his findings. Witnesses confirm it ceased working completely after the helmet device slipped over his eyes while cycling to work causing him to veer in front of a truck whereupon he was immediately crushed. End of hair problem.


Jack February 21, 2016 at 11:43 pm

Hair today, gone tomorrow.


Glen November 17, 2016 at 8:51 pm

Reading this comment thread was worth it simply for your comment. Nice work!


DT March 18, 2017 at 5:58 am

Oh Graeme: How heartbreaking. But how kind of you to let us know. I know some think your pst may be a joke, but I know that can not be true.. It would be too risky to do something so vile. No telling what fate/Karma would do to you or someone you love. RIP Vincent.


ERIC September 8, 2016 at 12:55 pm

hi vincent the big question did it work, help, etc. the igrow laser hair growth system ? thanks vincent . eric


Sarah August 4, 2017 at 1:50 am

You bold guys are hilarious :.)


Accutained August 11, 2014 at 9:28 pm

I just started with the igrow. I have hair loss due to taking accutane(isotretinoin). It started after taking it and has gotten progressively worse. After being off for two years I continue to loose a lot of hair. I am near balding on top my head with a receded hairline. Hair loss doesn’t run in my family until late 40’s and early 50’s. Whether my hair loss is just drug induced, or maybe accutane just sped up my genetic hair loss I was destined to have at a much later time, I will bookmark this site and try to update you guys if I have any results at a later time.


Ali November 23, 2014 at 3:02 pm

Since it has been few months, i was wondering if you had any improvement with your hair loss.


Jay December 8, 2014 at 4:43 am

Bought the Igrow a year ago but learned alot about it after buying it. The product might be effective preventing hair loss but definitely alot better products out there. Igrow uses a mix of laser and led. LED does nothing for you, its a scam them make to more money. What helps is the laser or diode. The more diodes the better for hair. Hope you guys wont make the same mistake I did.


Laura January 23, 2015 at 8:18 pm

Can you tell me what laser products are better than the Igrow please


john mactavish May 27, 2015 at 6:14 am

mix of laser and LED? what helps is the laser, not the diode? FYI LED stands for laser emitting diode…its a laser


Randy June 10, 2015 at 6:50 pm

LED stands for “light-emitting diode,” not “laser-emitting diode.”


Leonard Stillman December 26, 2014 at 4:17 pm

I am Leonard Stillman, Director of Professional Services at Lexington International, LLC, manufacturers of the HairMax LaserComb. This post is NOT for commercial purposes, but is to notify your readers of 2 landmark clinical papers that were published in April 2014, both authored by leaders in the treatment of hair disorders.

The first one appeared in the peer-review medical journal, The American Journal of Clinical Dermatology in April 2014. The article provides complete information on 4 studies with 225 subjects, which conclusively proved the efficacy and safety of the HairMax LaserComb in treating male and female pattern hair loss.

This article is entitled:
Efficacy and Safety of a Low-level Laser Device in the Treatment of Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss: A Multicenter, Randomized, Sham Device-controlled, Double-blind Study
(Am J Clin Dermatol. 2014 Apr;15(2):115-27)

These were the results found in this study: “In four randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled trials of male and female pattern hair loss, we detected a statistically significant increase in terminal hair density after 26 weeks of lasercomb treatment compared with sham treatment.”

Below is a link to the complete article:

The second one appeared in the peer-review medical journal, The International Journal of Trichology in August 2014. The article provides photographic evidence of the efficacy of the HairMax LaserComb used on subjects treated for at least 9 months for drugs and were either no longer responding or were intolerant of these treatments. The HairMax LaserComb was added to treatments with either with minoxidil and/or finasteride regimens, or used in place of these treatment. Almost 90% of patients treated with drugs and the HairMax LaserComb had significant results, and 100% of those patients treated with the device in place of the drugs, showed significant results.

This article is entitled:
Use of Low-Level Laser Therapy as Monotherapy or Concomitant Therapy for Male and Female Androgenetic Alopecia
(Int J Trichology. 2014 Apr;6(2):45-9)

Below is a link to this study:;year=2014;volume=6;issue=2;spage=45;epage=49;aulast=Munck

These 2 articles provide conclusive proof of the efficacy and safety of the HairMax LaserComb for the treatment of certain classes of hereditary hair loss in both men and women.

We invite your readers to visit our web site,, to see if the HairMax LaserComb is right for them.


Laura January 23, 2015 at 8:20 pm

Can you tell me what laser products are better than the Igrow please


Leonard Stillman January 29, 2015 at 4:52 pm

I am Leonard Stillman, Director of Professional Services at Lexington International, LLC. This post is not for commercial purposes, but is to reply to Laura in her post of January 23, 2015, to explain to her why we believe the HairMax is the best laser phototherapy device on the market for treating hair loss:

1) There have been no head to head studies (no pun intended) comparing the HairMax LaserComb to any other devices. However, we believe that the HairMax is a better designed device, in that it has a patented hair parting teeth mechanism built into the device. Since hair blocks light from reaching the scalp, we believe that the HairMax in parting the hair as it is used, delivers optimal energy, unlike ‘top of the hair’ devices such as the helmets and hoods.

2) There have been 6 double-blind clinical studies comparing the HairMax LaserComb to a sham device that have all consistently proven the efficacy and and safety of the device. Further, there have been 6 FDA 510(k) Clearances granted for the HairMax LaserComb. No other device on the market can provide anywhere the number of studies that have proven its efficacy, nor as many FDA reviews., Finally, as listed on this post, no other device has had as many papers published on the results of the clinical trials of their devices in peer review journals, as has the HairMax Laser Comb.

3) There are 3 models available that start at $295.00, so that they fit every ones” pocket book, unlike the ‘top of the hair’ devices which cost considerably more. Each has been proven to work.

In conclusion, the HairMax LaserComb which weights about 1/3 the weight of a hair dryer, is lightweight, easy, and convenient to use, just 3 times a week for 8 – 15 minutes depending on the model. This combined with all the reasons to use the HairMax listed above, makes it undoubtedly the best laser phototherapy device on the market to use.


ned daly January 31, 2015 at 4:59 pm

Ive been using it for roughly 6 months now! I havent noticed much improvement, however my hair was very thin, so i reckon alot of my hair follices were dead and unable to grow! I did notice some minor light hairs growing so i think there is something there working! It is most likely a good product to have if you are in the early stages of mpb


rain_O February 6, 2015 at 8:44 am

There was lady on The Drs.. today that has been using it for 18 months and her hair is all back in. Feb. 5th The Drs.. Show, you can see it there.
She said she noticed little hair growths after about a month.


Margaret Hashey June 29, 2016 at 2:00 am

I saw that show, they also gave her a treatment session or something for one year, she should show before and after photos, I even wrote to the show and asked about her to come back, but no response


Desi Dinero February 6, 2015 at 1:46 am

I used the laser hair machine under the guidance of a trichologist for 1 yr, 3 times a week for 30 minutes each time. I paid $1,500.00 for that one year.
I have thinning hair and no balding pattern.

There was no NEW hair growth, no thickening of my hair. Nothing at all. As a matter of fact, I had hair LOSS.
IGROW uses the same technology.

Save your money folks.


rain_O February 6, 2015 at 8:59 am
Andrea April 5, 2015 at 6:07 pm

I’m a horrible candidate for any hair re-growth system because I am a 51 year old female who has had moderate hair loss since the age of 18.

I have been using the iGrow for 4 weeks. After the first use, I had no hair loss in the shower. Usually I get quite a few strands stuck to my fingers. And that promising effect has continued for the entire 4 weeks I’ve been using it.

After two weeks I could tell that something good was happening. The new growth on my existing hair was coming out thicker and stronger. And now after 4 weeks I can see new hairs sprouting.

I’m truly shocked that this thing is working. When I received it, I was bummed to see that it is made like a cheap plastic toy. But now I see that I am paying for the technology, not the quality of the plastic. It’s SUPER easy to use right out of the box.

If you have any questions for me about the product, do not hesitate to ask. I will update my experience in 2 weeks which will be my 6 week mark.


Leslie June 10, 2015 at 2:20 pm

Update? Wondering how your hair is doing in early June!


Ramz July 1, 2015 at 3:59 pm

how often you are using it ? i bought the same an year ago. using it till date but nothing happened so far.


Lasanthi Benedict May 11, 2015 at 5:41 am

I have been using the IGrow helmet for the last two years and it is worked wonders for me. I was experiencing a LOT of hair loss. I had lost just about all my self esteem and everything else.

I still have a long way to go, but Igrow has changed my mind.. Literally. It has given me my life back and it has made my self esteem soar.

Give it a try. I tell everyone about it.


Kathy Murrell August 29, 2015 at 8:58 pm

I just ordered this on QVC…they have 5 payments My husband has thinning hair on top and I’m hoping this will help..They also have a 6 month return policy with no restocking charge….if your wanting to try it this is the best way. Try it for at least the 4 months that they say is the time it takes to see if it will work. If not, return it and you’ll be out nothing.


melissa August 31, 2015 at 3:58 am

I used the igrow for 4 months and did not see any results. Not even in my amount of hair loss…I just returned it yesterday., it was a waste of money and time.


Robert Emory September 2, 2015 at 3:18 pm

The “Lost in Space” Igrow space helmet doesn’t work at all, neither stopping hair loss nor growing new hair, from my $600 experiment with the device, religiously using the device every other day for 7 and one-half months, to the current date, 9/02/2015. Was it a total waste of money? Yes, but one has to weigh the cost of the helmet against other, more costly treatments. So, in that respect, it simply was a costly “crapshoot” that didn’t work.


Bold November 5, 2015 at 3:04 am

I am disappointed about what you guys are talking because I just started using it today.


ginger November 15, 2015 at 7:49 am

How is the outcome so far? Any results?


Ace November 16, 2015 at 7:06 pm

I bought the igrow 7 months ago. I was also skeptical but figured it was worth a shot since it was relatively easy to use and didn’t have any negative side effects I could find.

I took a picture each month to figure out if I should return it or not. After 2-3 months the thinner areas on top of my head did seem fuller. After 6 months I have seen a noticeable improvement and others agree after seeing the pictures. The 6 month one definitely has more hair and this is the only product I have been using.

I’m keeping mine for sure and will continue to use it. The growth on the top seems fuller than in the front. But at least the front hasn’t thinned out or receded even if its not getting thicker.


Lori December 17, 2015 at 5:09 am

I have been using the Igrow helmet for just a week and I am amazed at the difference already. My hairdresser told me about the system when she last colored my hair. I went home and ordered it immediately so my color was only one week old when I started the therapy.
I am amazed to see that all across the front of my hair I have a row of 1/2 inch long gray hair and 1/2 inch of grown out roots throughout the top of my head. This is on two week old color!!
Beyond that my hair has much more body and fullness, and even when I wake up in the morning my hair is still holding the style from the day before. Normally I struggle with baby fine, very limp and very, very thin hair that shows my scalp all through my hair on top and a balding spot on the crown.
It seems impossible, but my son has witnessed these fast results and is just as amazed. I am using nothing but the Igrow helmet, no other products and use it every other day as recommended. I can hardly wait to see the results after six months!


HMS Happy December 30, 2015 at 1:40 pm

Lori is right! My iGrow arrived yesterday, it was still on when I fell asleep, and my goodness I woke up this morning with the head full of hair! Not only that – it was totally blond (before it was brownish), one of those splendid platinum shades you can rarely see in ordinary falks on the street. My worry now is that it may cost me a fortune to get it cut every other day. You ought to be careful with these inventions – no wonder people who announced here to do an honest test months later disappear into thin air.


Dinah August 9, 2016 at 10:23 am

You obviously work for the company. Nothing makes hair grow overnight. If you look up the physiology of hair growth, this just does not happen. My concern is that you are misleading people who may be desperate and cannot really afford $500-$500 dollars for this system. Let’s see a before and after picture.


Mike April 8, 2017 at 12:32 pm

obviously sarcasm


Lori January 17, 2016 at 3:42 pm

Well it is ok that Happy had a laugh at my expense because I am very happy! It has been six weeks now and I can now wear hats and still have a hair style after I take them off. I no longer see a balding patch at the crown of my head because the hair that I have has body and life to cover and is thicker. The once widow’s peak is filling in and my hairdresser, that didn’t believe my excited texts, has now seen the results herself. When I arrived for a haircut she said “I’ll get my magnifying glass.” I told her she wouldn’t need it and when she looked at it she said, “wow, you’re right!” You can see the new hairs all over my head. At this point I still have fine hair and of course the new ones are super fine, but my hair is no longer limp and it has life and body that I haven’t seen since my twenties. The clumps of hair at the front that I was seeing almost right away is thicker in diameter and about an inch long now.
Yes, I am extremely happy and wish that I had found this years ago. I don’t have any connection with the manufacturer, QVC or even with this site. I found out about it from my hairdresser who had heard about it from a client. So I looked it up online and I figured that I had nothing to lose since I bought it on QVC and they are willing to give you your money back after six months trial. I found this site when looking up reviews on it. Now after just six weeks I know I don’t want my money back and I can’t wait to see the results when the six months are up.
So laugh on Happy, no one can take my joy on this one!


Mary Wagner July 1, 2016 at 5:04 am

Good for you Lori! I just started using it tonight and hope it helps. I don’t care who laughs at me. They laughed when I started using Latisse also and my lashes are now super long, thick and dark. I took one pic every Sunday so I could see if it was making a difference and it did. Planning on doing the same with this also.


Pauline April 29, 2017 at 2:28 am

hi i read you review of the lase cap can you tell me what exactly you ordered and where from QVC? did you use any other product.. Was is the I grow laser cap Please contact me I am getting desperate as what to do Pauline


Valorie March 21, 2016 at 7:22 am

I’ve been using the Igrow since November 2015 and it works. I noticed less hair loss within a week. About six weeks after I started using it, I changed hairstyles and pulled back my bangs for the first time in months. When I looked in the mirror, I thought I had smudged something dark around my hairline and I tried to wipe it off. It turned out to be new hair growth along my hairline. I use the Igrow faithfully, more than is recommended actually and my thin spots have begun to noticeably fill in. I’ve recommended it to my mother, her husband and my brother, all of whom have purchased one and have experienced decreased hair loss in the last few weeks. I’ve read enough reviews to believe that maybe the Igrow does not work for everyone. I’m just glad it’s working for me. I think I paid almost $600 for it on QVC, but I don’t regret it at all. Since it can be returned, I believe it’s worth taking a chance to see if it works for you.


janice July 5, 2016 at 2:06 am

I have been using igrow for 11 weeks so far and no change. I will continue and see what happens


jan August 22, 2016 at 8:41 pm

I have been using the igrow for 18 weeks every other day for 25 minutes
I am not sure if it is working. I still lose tons of hair every day. I am afraid to stop it in case it is doing
something I can’t see yet. Will continue and see.


Shay August 27, 2016 at 9:30 am

Jan wear it longer. I do not own an iGrow however I am considering purchasing. And have read ALL the reviews. There are a few people that stated they wore it longer than recommended. A few even slept in it & they saw results. I personally wouldn’t sleep with it on my head EVERY night but I’m most certainly going to seep with it on.


jan October 1, 2016 at 12:16 pm

thank you but you can’t sleep with it on. It has a timer. It doesn’t stay on endlessly.


Donna August 26, 2016 at 2:37 am

Would like to get the true facts on this product too wishy washy???


Lori August 30, 2016 at 4:20 am

Donna the true facts are that if you have hair follicles that still have a live hair bulb in them then the hair can improve. If your hair follicles are dead there is no improving them. The fact is that if you buy on QVC they allow you to use the Igrow for 6 months and if in that time your are unsatisfied with your results they will give you a full refund. Therefore you have nothing to lose. If you like the results keep it and if you don’t, get your money back. It can’t be more simple. HMS Happy was joking at my expense. He or she was mocking me, which I am ok with, but some have taken what they said seriously. It was just a joke!
I was not joking but I am very happy with the Igrow and with my results. I still have superfine hair and that has not changed, but I have much more hair and more body. I have found that I get used to this new hair and forget that I need to maintain it, forgetting to use the Igrow once in awhile, until I notice I’m losing body. When I notice, I go back to using it and it has more life. The Igrow increases the blood flow to the follicles. More blood flow, more body, more hair growth.
My hairdresser is delighted with the results and has been giving me much better cuts; either because my hair is responding better or she is more excited about my hair and experimenting more. Who knows, all I know is I wouldn’t give my Igrow back for double the money back, but you will need to try it on your own head to see if it is right for you and in doing so, you have nothing to lose.
I hope it works for you!!


Smart consumer March 22, 2018 at 1:59 am

Sorry Lori but you’ve tipped your hand. Lori’s timeline, thats a long time after her initial testimony to have the urge to keep coming back here to defend this product. Notice how her hairstylist is soooooo excited to cut her new hair…. I mean common. So does she also work for QVC cause shes quoting their no risk you got nothing to lose like a 3am infomercial. And yeah caught that one too, one day of non use and she could tell her hair suffered from that. Sorry Lori waaaaay toooo many one sided persuasive arguments. Be vigil people, when reading reviews a tip is to ignore positive reviews and focus on the negatives. Generally negative reviews are real, see what the complaints are focused towards and if the product is what it claims there will be minimal complaints. Hope that helps. Lori lol, i wonder what her, or more likely his real name is…


Paul neri September 14, 2016 at 2:48 am

I had big hopes when I bought my igrow, I was aware that there was no guarantee that it would work but I thought it was worth a shot…Unfortunately it didn’t work for me!
Used it every 2/3 days for 6 months but didn’t see any results, I called the customer service to return it and the lady I spoke to was very nice, she offered me an extra 6 months money back guarantee to give it a try for a whole year. I am now at 16 months and still nothing..
I’m not saying that it’s a bad product or that it never works, it just didn’t pay out in my case.


Sean October 11, 2016 at 11:07 am

I have now used the igrow for 2 years. I originally used it on alternative days on the 20 minute setting. I done this for a year. I then changed to 3 times a week. Sunday, Tuesday and Thursdays. But on the 25 minute setting. The igrow has really halted my hair loss. My hair is also much fuller. Not sure about any regrowth? Just what you have has more chance of staying and does thicken up. I also use a volume increasing shampoo and conditioner. I always make sure my hair is fully dried before using the igrow and I never use it with any gels, mousse etc in my hair. Not sure if that would make any difference? But I like to give it the best chance of working.


Jennifer October 27, 2016 at 8:53 am

I started using igrow in Feb 2015. I went to a hair restoration place. I used hair support and eufora thickening system. It took about 5 months to see results. I still getting new hair. I almost have all my hair back. I had a bald spot in the middle and sides of hair.It takes time to see results. It really works.The shampoos I used really speeded up my results. Thanks I grow


Arturo December 3, 2016 at 7:05 pm

I can’t seem to draw a conclusion.. buy or not ?? Some say yes others say no! I would love to see before and after pictures of clinical studies.. if anyone can point me in the right direction… I would appreciate it.


Paul December 30, 2016 at 6:58 am

This product is the real deal, if you are not looking for miracles. I have been using it for over two years with quite good results.

the first thing I noticed is that my white hair (I am now 77 years old), turned darker. Fist just slightly grey then almost black around the edges. My hair grows faster, looks healthier and get comments about my full head of hair all the time. I have a small bald spot on the back of my head that has had only a slight improvement and some new hair, but not radical.

Overall it has stopped my hair loss, improved the healthy look of my hair,

you have to use it regularly if you want best results,


Travel Chairman April 10, 2017 at 2:47 pm

Readers: I am a bold man, but not shiny bold. The guy selling the product on TV said that this was not a product for shiny heads. It seems I would likely qualify. I tried many treatments before. Most of them were outright scams.You can read all of it on my blog .
Based on the comments on this site, I see mixed results and it seems, women had more luck with it.
My understanding is that it will stimulate the follicles, if they are still there, to rejuvenate and become thicker, which is still a benefit. I seriously doubt that it would add to your hair coverage. Apparently it brings more blood to them. Does that mean the blood capillaries were blocked? By cholesterol?
Why not clean up the cholesterol, then?
Lori, who is the biggest supporter of this product on this site said that she failed to use it for a couple of days and immediately noticed decline in growth. That is a nonsense. Lori, please don’t try to help us in this way.
I’d like to try this product. This is what I’d like to know;
1. Why isn’t Prince Williams using this product? Why is Wayne Rooney of Manchester United going for annual replants instead of watching his football matches at night with this laser helmet on his head?
2. Is there a voltage adapter with it suitable for using it in 120V, and 220V areas.
3. Why wasn’t this built like a bike helmet, so I can use it on my bike to give me flashing lights when i bike at night or day, so it is not a total waste of money if it doesn’t produce hair.
Hope someone will help me out to get more hair.
Travel Chairman.


fred April 11, 2017 at 5:15 am

Just saw this on the Canadian Shopping Channel and they claimed a roughly 37% average increased hair growth. The pitchman slipped a quick statement that could easily go unnoticed to the effect that it was a select group of people who were tested. This may work but only in very few cases. One example could be people who are vitamin D deficient which can result in hair loss and could be helped with exposure to the proper ultraviolet B (UVB) light.


Arlene August 22, 2017 at 8:09 pm

I am a female and I had it for six months and stuck to the recommended setting which were for the males. It did not work whatsoever.
i want my money back.


Vic October 30, 2017 at 1:42 pm

They are reselling the product through 3rd party resellers as referbished …
Nothing wrong with that as long as the vender tells you.


Ben December 12, 2017 at 4:28 am

I paid 700.00 dollar year ago this garbage doesn’t work so please do don’t waste your money on irestore shet


Tek February 28, 2018 at 7:24 am

Reviewers seem to always think that their personal case applies to everyone and make definitive statements like “don’t waste your money” or “it works”. Each user will respond differently to laser light therapy for hair loss. Hair growth response will depend on the type of hair loss, skin tone, skin thickness, and dosage. Certain types of hair loss will not respond to laser light therapy, no matter what…this product and ones like it will not work for some people. If it doesn’t work for you, then you may fall within this category and there’s no point in telling others that it doesn’t work and not to waste money. These types of products may also be less effective in people with a darker skin tone. Melanin in skin absorbs light. Likewise, melanin in skin will absorb the light coming from these products. The darker you are, the more melanin you have, and the more absorption of light…those with darker skin tone may want to increase dosage (speak with a trichologist first). About dosage, go to and find articles that reviewed laser light therapy dosage. You’ll find that there is a very broad range of length of time and frequency of application…some articles say 2-3 times a week while others say up to 40 times a week. Once again, we’re all different and dosage with respect to time and frequency will depend on the individual. A user must also consider how penetration of light into the skin has an influence on efficacy. Penetration of light will depend on the level of intensity of light, the thickness of a user’s skin, and the distance of the light from the skin, (as well as the melanin concentration as stated above). The iGrow helmet has its own standard of light intensity, while other devices may have a different intensity of light. The intensity and distance of light to a user’s scalp are probably the most important factors that will determine penetration of light into the skin. Optimal penetration needs to occur for this type of therapy to work. I’m assuming iGrow has figured out the optimal distance and intensity of light for best results.

So to sum it all up, there are A LOT of variables that may have an influence on whether or not this product (or others like it) will work for you. The research out there (once again look through shows that this kind of therapy undoubtedly works…so bottom line: yes, it does work. Will it work for you? Possibly. But there’s also a chance that it will not work for you. You have to try it out on your own.

Now as far as the product itself is concerned…I’m currently using it and I like how I can just put it on and let it do its thing. A helmet means that your hands are free to do whatever else, though you’ll have to use it while sitting down since the helmet is plug in only (which is why that guy dying on a bicycle while wearing this helmet joke comment was just plain stupid and not all that funny). The fit takes a bit of time to get used to. Also, there are these four little knobs that hold the helmet in place and keep it at a proper distance from your scalp, they’re somewhat uncomfortable at first but you get used to them. Though I am concerned that these positioning knobs prevent light from reaching the scalp in those areas. I’ve been using iGrow for 1 month, haven’t really noticed much of a difference. I’ll keep using for another 5 months. There’s a very low probability that I’ll remember to repost here in 5 months, so don’t expect any additional feedback. Good luck and try this device (or another one like it)…it only hurts the wallet, not you.


Eva October 5, 2018 at 12:41 am

After 6 months use the result is ZERO. Save your money.


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