James Davis

HairMax Reviews - What Is It?

WARNING: DO NOT BUY HairMax Until You Read This Review!
Is it a Scam? Does It Really Work? Check Ingredients, Side Effects and More!

HairMax is a company that offers a complete collection of hair care products to their customers, including shampoos, scalp treatments, conditioners, supplements, accessories, and keratin fibers. However, their most popular products are lasercomb devices that promise to enliven and revitalize follicles with the help of low-level laser therapy (LLLT) that delivers light energy to your follicles. They also stimulate growth factors and even claim to reverse the thinning process of hair. This process is known as photobiostimulation and has some similarities with photosynthesis in plants.

Lasercombs from HairMax are said to be clinically studied as safe and effective. These products are also FDA cleared for both women and men. The manufacturer of the units also claims that more than 90% of their customers enjoy considerable benefits when using them regularly. However, the company behind the Lasercombs is badly known and is not reputable. The official website is not informative enough. Is HairMax really a breakthrough in hair growth? Is it worth the money it costs? That's what we are going to find out further in this review.

Ingredients of HairMax - Does It Really Work? Is It a Scam?

The company offers a whole collection of haircare products. The first kind of scalp treatment is Density Activator in the form of serum. It uses a peptide complex as well as antioxidants, nutrients, and DHT blockers. The product claims to provide denser, stronger, and healthier hair. Its ingredients include water, PPG-26 -Buteth-26, Silicone Quaternium-2 Panthenol Succinate, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Oleanolic Acid, Apigenin, Biotinoyl Tripeptide-1, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Extract, Panthenol, Glycerin, Centella Asiatica Leaf Extract, Serenoa Serrulata Fruit Extract, Thermus Thermophilus Ferment, Algae Extract, Niacinamide, Silanediol Salicylate, Fragrance, Sodium Dilauramidoglutamide Lysine, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Butylene Glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, and Phenoxyethanol. Most of those ingredients have a chemical character, which means that they may be harmful for people with sensitive skin. Some individuals may face side effects associated with the use of this product.


Density Conditioner has a lightweight formula that is claimed to restore and hydrate your hair, leaving it silky, full, and easy to manage. Its ingredients include Behentrimonium Methosulfate, water, Cyclopentasiloxane, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Stearamidopropyl Cetrimonium Chloride, Dimethylamine, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium PCA, Panthenol, Fragrance, Citric Acid, Polyurethane 34, Menthol, Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone. These are also chemical components which have not been checked for safety and effectiveness. Density Shampoo features a lower pH option to exfoliate your scalp gently to remove sebum without stripping essential oils. According to the company, you will boost the thickness, vitality, and volume of your hair. Its ingredients include: Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate, Purified Water, Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycol Stearate, Sodium Chloride, Phytic Acid, Cetrimonium Dimethicone PEG-8 Olivate/Succinate, Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine, Silicone Quaternium-2 Panthenol Succinate, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Fragrance, Silanediol Salicylate, Glycerin, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Extract, Serenoa Serrulata Fruit Extract, Algae extract, Capsicum Frutescens Extract, Centella Asiatica Leaf Extract, Butylene Glycol, Thermus Thermophilus Ferment, Trietanolamine, Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone. None of these substances has been scientifically proven as good treatment for human hair.

HairMax's Supplement contains: Vitamin B6 10mg, Niacin 17.5mg, Folate 500mcg, Pantothenic Acid 3mg, Biotin 2,500mcg, Iodine 5mcg, Selenium 5mcg, Zinc 10mg, Saw Palmetto Extract 80mg, Manganese 2mg, L-Cysteine 150mg, MSM 300mg, DHA Concentrate 150mg, Citrus Bioflavonoids 25mg, Hyaluronic Acid 50mg, Resveratrol 98% 1mg, Plant Sterols 240mg, Inositol 25mg, He Shou Wu Extract 50mg and Stinging Nettle Extract 60mg. Not a single ingredient has sufficient clinical evidence proving its effectiveness for the treatment of hair loss. Biotin might be useful only in case if hair loss is the result of biotin deficiency. Hyaluronic acid works by trapping moisture in hair but, according to authoritative websites, it fails to reduce hair loss. Hair Fibers offered by the company are made from keratin protein that has an ability to cling to human hair and to provide the lacking volume and density.

Customer Reviews - Does It Have Any Side Effects?

The manufacturer of HairMax's Supplement does not mention any possible side effects when used on a regular basis, but some people experience adverse reactions including digestive upset and flushing (probably from the niacin). It is known that even low doses of selenium when taken for a long period of time can promote the development of diabetes. MSM can cause itching, insomnia, or allergy. HairMax's products have been around for years, so there's quite a bit of online customer feedback. There are not many customer reviews about this supplement. Many users report failure to experience any positive results, as well as experiencing side effects. HairMax's Advanced 7 Lasercomb has about 150 reviews on Amazon with an average rating of 3.1 stars, while Ulta.com gave the device a higher rating of 3.8 stars. The most common compliments cited higher hair density and thickness, while most complaints cited absence of results and high price.

Their top model Laserband 82 is only associated with a few online customer reviews available on QVC. Two customers gave it a 5-star rating, which seems to be fake, as the compliments are identical in both reviews. Both of them praised its results but mentioned high price as a potential drawback. According to the HairMax official website, Laserband 82 was featured in high-profile publications like NBC, TIME, Allure, CNN, GQ, and Men's Fitness. From a company perspective, their products are made by Lexington International, a company based out of Boca Raton, FL. It had an A rating with the Better Business Bureau with a few closed complaints. It is high time to read actual customer reviews about the products offered by the company.

"HairMax LaserBand 41 is doing nothing but gives a false hope. They were quick to sell me the device for $490.00 and told me to use it for a month every other day, and then every day. As soon as I received the product I found out that the band was too large on my head, so I called their customer service and we arranged a meeting with the gentlemen who sold it to me to show him how it fit to my head. I had to squeeze it to my head and this guy told me to continue using it that way. That's ridiculous!"

"My experience with Hair Max was very short as their Activator for hair follicles turned my scalp red. I have sensitive and dry skin. I was highly allergic to this product, probably, due to the content of DHT and sulfonate. I tried the HairMax without the booster, but my scalp was still red and itchy. It seems to dry my scalp out. I regretted wasting $200.00"

"I bought a Hairmax Laser Band and followed all the directions provided by the company. It doesn't work for me at all, which is very disappointing. I bought this product from QVC and had half a year to test it, so I returned it for a refund. I would not recommend this product to anyone. It is useless"

Where To Buy HairMax?

You can order HairMax's products either from their official website or from any of third-party retailers (Amazon, GNC or Walmart). The official site sells LaserBand 82 for $800. Ultima 12 costs $400, LaserBand 41 can be purchased for $500, while Prima 7costs $200. Advanced 7 is priced at $195, Density Activator (3.4 fl oz/100 ml) costs $37, Density Shampoo (8.5 fl oz/250 ml) can be ordered for $20, Density Conditioner (8.5 fl oz/250 ml) costs $20, while Density Revitalizer (4.2 fl oz/125 ml) is priced at $18. You can purchase Minoxidil 5% Extra Strength (two 60 ML (2 fl oz) bottles) for $19, the Supplement costs $18, Hair Fibers are priced at $35. You can get Fiber Applicator for $17 and Accessories vary in price from $7.50 to $25.

My Final Summary

HairMax products and laser devices lack clinical evidence proving their effectiveness and safety. These devices are meant for individuals with certain phases of baldness, and for certain skin tones. Otherwise you are likely to experience fewer results. Based on the ingredients contained in their products, it doesn't seem that they are any different than the ones found in the product from other cheaper companies. HairMax's supplement and all their laser devices are associated with mixed customer reviews. For more information, you can call the customer service. I cannot recommend HairMax as the modern market offers more effective and safer products.