BOSLEY REVITALIZER 272 LASER HAIR RESTORATION
THE CONVENIENT WAY TO GROW YOUR HAIR
Bosley® Revitalizer 272™ is a medical device approved to help treat genetic hair loss and promote thicker hair growth.
A specially designed laser matrix contains 272 diodes for maximum treatment coverage. It delivers clinically proven Low Laser Light Therapy (LLLT) through auto-programmed treatments to stimulate dormant follicles and promote hair growth while helping to reduce the rate of thinning.
Plus, the Revitalizer 272 is uniquely designed with a Controller Pod that puts control of your therapy sessions in the palm of your hand. For your convenience, the power button and indicator light illuminate when therapy is in progress.
ADVANCED HAIR RESTORATION AT HOME
Bosley has been a trusted name in advanced hair loss solutions for over 40 years. Revitalizer 272 delivers on Bosley’s legacy with a science-backed hair loss laser treatment that is both safe and effective.
IS BOSLEY® REVITALIZER 272™ RIGHT FOR YOU?
Androgenetic alopecia is a hereditary condition that accounts for 98% of hair loss in men. Pattern baldness is progressive during your lifetime. But if treated early, you can slow the rate of hair loss and grow thicker, fuller hair with Revitalizer 272’s LLLT technology.
HOW LLLT WORKS
Bosley Revitalizer uses Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) to treat the scalp and hair follicles. This clinically proven therapy helps stimulate cellular activity and blood circulation to treat hair loss and promote hair growth.
Bosley Revitalizer 272 emits 650 nanometers of light the recommended wavelength for effective light absorption.
Bosley Revitalizer 272 is intended for treatment of adults with hair loss represented on the charts below: (excludes grayed-out areas)
Bosley Revitalizer 272 is indicated to promote hair growth in males with androgenetic alopecia who have Norwood-Hamilton classiﬁcations of IIa to V patterns of hair loss, and in females with androgenetic alopecia who have Ludwig-Savin Classiﬁcations of I-1 to I-4, II-1 to II-2, or frontal; both with Fitzpatrick Skin Phototypes I to IV.