The iGrow uses an effective combination of red laser lights and LED lights, to stimulate and energize cellular activity causing an increase in the natural function of the hair follicle. It sits atop the user's head, providing continuous overall coverage and even allows for users to listen to music while their hair rejuvenates -- it features built in headphones with iPhone/iPod/MP3 compatibility. It's recommended to be used every other day for 25 minutes a day. In the clinical trials, there was a 39 percent increase in hair count after just 16 weeks.
So, um...how about no?
I have yet to meet the woman who is as bothered by male baldness as guys seem to think. I hope no man ever meets one who would rather have you shoot lasers into your head than deal with some hair loss.
But I like the headphones. If you must use this, the Tron soundtrack is essential accompaniment.
The iGrow is available by prescription only, apparently...for $695.