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Apira Science, Inc.
Manufacturer of hand-free laser hair growth system
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Apira Science is a trusted leader and pioneer in Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT). In working with teams of scientists in photo medicine and experts in optical engineering for over a decade, Apira Science has emerged as the preeminent specialist in innovative home-use light therapy solutions. The iGrow Hair Growth Platform is the result of Apira's decades of experience, scientific innovation and knowledge of the application of LLLT.

The iGrow's® proprietary Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT) technology utilizes a highly effective combination of red laser and LED light diodes to effectively stimulate and energize cellular activity causing an uptake in the natural function of the hair follicle. This proven 4 to 6 month process reverses hair thinning/loss, and effectively grows hair that is thicker, fuller and healthier.

The iGrow® is a clinically-proven and safe in-home device, designed and produced specifically for the purpose of growing hair in men afflicted with Androgenetic Alopecia (thinning hair). iGrow's non-invasive, proprietary Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT) technology has no side-effects, unlike pharmaceuticals, topicals and pills used to treat hair-loss.

In addition, the iGrow is FDA 510k cleared for men and women. Some companies achieve FDA clearance through a shortcut method, by claiming that their product is "just like" products already on the market. At iGrow, we did it the right way: double-blind clinical trials, with results reviewed by a third-party institution and published in a prestigious medical journal. Our impressive results - a 35% increase in hair growth - reflect iGrow technology - not someone else's.

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Mr. Nicholas Brox - Executive Officer & Director
Mailing Address:
1200 N. Federal Highway, Suite 130
Boca Raton, FL 33432

Tel: +1 (561) 465-7000
Fax: +1 (949) 854-9922

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