How to Use High Frequency for Hair Growth? Technology Meets Natural Beauty

WrittenbyLuat Duong
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High frequency is a skin and hair treatment that uses an electrical current to stimulate circulation and provide therapeutic benefits. With the right technique, high frequency can improve scalp health and encourage new hair growth.

How to Use High Frequency for Hair Growth

To use high frequency treatment for optimal hair growth, have it administered by a licensed aesthetician 2-3 times per week. Have them use the high frequency wand directly on the areas of the scalp needing growth for 5-10 minute intervals per session.

Get Professional Treatments

Have the treatment done properly by a licensed aesthetician experienced with high frequency.

Focus on Scalp

Have the glass high frequency wand applied directly to the scalp, not just hair.

Target Problem Areas

Focus on any areas experiencing thinning, shedding or slow growth.

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Benefits of High Frequency for Hair

Here are some of the ways high frequency boosts hair growth:

Increases Blood Circulation

The current stimulates blood flow to bring nutrients to follicles.

Provides Deep Cleaning

Kills acne-causing bacteria clogging follicles and pores.

Stimulates Collagen

Boosts collagen to strengthen and reinforce hair.

Reduces Inflammation

The current decreases inflammatory cytokines impairing growth.

Supports Thickening of Miniaturized Hair

Helps reverse thinning of hair due to DHT damage.

Tips for High Frequency Hair Treatments

Follow these tips for the best high frequency hair growth results:

Get a Proper Diagnosis

See a trichologist or dermatologist to identify the cause of your hair loss before starting.

Use a Variable Frequency Device

Allows the aesthetician to adjust the current as needed.

Consider Combination Therapy

Pair with microneedling or LED light therapy for enhanced results.

Be Realistic

It may take a few months of consistent treatments to see significant growth.

Supplement at Home

Use hair-healthy supplements like biotin, saw palmetto and vitamin D.

When to Stop or Avoid Treatment

Avoid high frequency if:

You Have a Pacemaker

The current can interfere with pacemaker function.

You Are Pregnant

Effects on a developing fetus are unknown.

You Have Active Cancer

Cancer may spread more rapidly with increased circulation.

You Have Uncontrolled Diabetes

The treatment may affect blood sugar regulation.

The Bottom Line

When administered properly by a licensed aesthetician, high frequency treatment can enhance scalp health and circulation to stimulate new hair growth. But regular treatments are needed to maintain the benefits.

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Luat Duong

Luat Duong is a Copenhagen-based writer and content strategist specializing in hair loss and health. His work has been featured in MyHealthGuide, The Right Hairstyles, and Woman's Era. He is a graduate of Vaasa University. You can connect with him on LinkedIn.