Alright Guys,

It’s now been half a year since I started using the iRestore laser therapy system!

It’s wild how time flies. I’m going to keep this one relatively short and let the pictures do the talking.


I’m going to sound like a broken record here, but at this point it’s still difficult to say whether or not I can see a visually improvement in density/growth. The improvements that I can confirm were outlined in my 5 Month update. Quickly, they are:

  • Noticeable decline in hair shedding
  • Healthier and more resilient feeling/looking hair

Maximum growth is said to occur at month “6+” with continual usage, so I guess you could say we’re just eclipsing the point of anticipated progress.

Something I can definitely say about my pictures is that I don’t seem to have LOST any more hair over the past 6 months, and that’s a huge deal! Even if the iRestore just helps my retain and strengthen that hair that I already have, that’s a win in my book.

With that said, I’m certainly going to continue using the iRestore indefinitely. Persistence is key with any treatment, and I plan on making laser therapy a long term staple of my hair loss regimen.

I’m also still taking the iRestore gummy vitamins and using the iRestore shampoo. Both of these products I’ve really enjoyed and don’t see myself stopping their use anytime soon. The shampoo leaves almost an invigoratingly clean feeling afterwards. This is good because when you’re using minoxidil like I am, it leaves a barely noticeable build up that will sometimes make your scalp feel greasy. The shampoo really helps to clear the scalp and make sure it’s clean before using the iRestore. That’s a small thing to note, I almost never use the iRestore without first washing my hair to make sure there’s no minoxidil from the previous day on my scalp. I want the lasers to penetrate through to my scalp unobstructed, and a clean scalp is the way to ensure that.

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That’s it for this month. I’m going to stay persistent and keep using the system ever other day as directed and hope to continue seeing improvement!

Thanks for checking in guys! If you have any questions, always feel free to drop them in the comments bellow.