Supercharge Your Hair Regrowth

With cutting-edge SMT laser technology and a comfortable, flexible fit, AUXO hair regrowth therapy devices are like nothing else on the market today.


What are Through-Hole lasers?

Traditional laser hair caps use a type of laser called through-hole lasers—or To-Can lasers. Traditional To-Can laser caps must be manufactured by hand, exposing the lasers to an electrostatic discharge during production. Electrostatic discharge—also known as ESD—is the single leading cause of premature laser-diode failure.

Through-hole lasers do not have glass to cover the laser window. This causes the laser to accumulate debris during production, which can cause malfunction of the laser and affect the beam and power output. Also, the through-hole laser soldering process can overheat the laser.

This damage that occurs in the manufacturing process of traditional laser caps may weaken the device—yet does not usually show any outward signs of this. The resulting degradation in performance may appear long after the initial damage takes place. When this finally occurs, it might be falsely attributed to other causes and/or ignored by the user. Damage may not be apparent and may surface as a latent failure.

Results may include reduced power output, a shift in the threshold current, change in divergence, difficulty focusing, and ultimately, failure to lase.

How is SMT Laser Technology Different?

With SMT (Surface Mount Technology) lasers, the manipulation of the electronic process can be avoided because all the critical steps of the assembly have been executed by precision machines. AUXO lasers are fully encapsulated, preventing any contamination outside the laser.

The SMT laser soldering process is more reliable and repeatable, due in part to the use of programmed reflow ovens. SMT laser devices offer a higher-quality product with more coverage than traditional through-hole laser devices. They’re also more flexible and lightweight.


Physician-Recommended, FDA-Cleared

Low-Level Laser Therapy (also referred to as Photobiomodulation) is clinically proven to reverse the miniaturization of hair follicles in adults with Androgenic Alopecia. LLLT was first cleared by the FDA in 2007 as a treatment for hair loss.

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