LOS ANGELES (CBS) — When it comes to women losing hair, medical experts say it's more about age than genes.
Dr. Lorrie Klein of the Dermatology and Laser Centers says hair loss among women is a common problem and one many might not even be aware of.
"The reason we think of hair loss as a male issue is because men can go bald, completely. Most women don't go completely bald, they thin," according to Klein.
But now, one state-of-the-art device may be able to rid women of mild to moderate hair loss.
It's called iGrow and is made right here in the Southland. For nearly $700 and about 20 minutes (two to three times a week) iGrow claims to grow back mild to moderate hair loss.
Light as a bike helmet and heavy on the LED, iGrow creators say low-level lasers cover the entire scalp and with regular use, results may be seen in three months.
For more information on the device, visit the iGrow Web site.
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