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LAS VEGAS – The aisles of CES are filled with publicity stunts and hype, and some of the craziest things you see at the show are hawkers wandering the aisles. In my case, I stumbled across a ridiculous-looking device that may reverse my hair loss, so I couldn’t help but have a closer look.

iGrow

The iGrow uses low-level laser treatment to stimulate hair follicles, and promises to grow thicker and fuller hair by just wearing this helmet for 20 minutes a day. The iGrow emits a red light via laser and LED diodes which you can see accenting the luxurious red hair of their spokesperson in the picture above.

The helmet combines headphones to keep it on your head, and you can plugin your music player for entertainment while you are wearing this thing.

iGrow

At $695, this is no small investment in hair restoration. Much like pills, creams or lotions, I can’t imagine it would do anything for my dire situation. Not to mention, the look of this thing just screams that you make your fashion decisions by walking the show floor at CES.

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