Medical therapy company Theradome aims to launch its LH80 PRO helmet for hair restoration by partnering with aesthetic products firm Eclipse Aesthetics.

Approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for home use, the helmet uses 80 proprietary lasers claimed to be optimised to improve hair growth.

Eclipse's chief executive officer Tom O'Brien said: "This is game-changing technology for hair restoration practices and their patients.

"We're excited to be providing this leading-edge technology that's clinically proven to eclipse other home-use devices. It allows consumers to treat or enhance the results of in-office procedures."

"We're revolutionising the hair restoration market by raising its standards of performance and innovation."

This device features a 678nm laser light, which targets the scalp, effectively reaching the hair follicles' base during a 20 minute treatment session. This stimulation facilitates absorption of adequate energy to enhance thickening and restoration of hair.

Theradome's chief executive officer Tamim Hamid said: "We're revolutionising the hair restoration market by raising its standards of performance and innovation while partnering with top leaders, such as Eclipse.

"We rely on the scientific laws that govern Laser Phototherapy and optimum scalp health restoration to offer our customers superior products that are clinically proven to be safe, effective, and for a fraction of the cost."

It is claimed that the results on using the device can often be seen within four weeks.