This is about products such as:
- The "Theradome" laser helmet (this claims to stimulate hair growth through lasers)
Theradome™, a biomedical engineering company based in the Silicon Valley, is the proud designer, developer and manufacturer of the Theradome™ LH80 PRO, the first and most powerful FDA cleared OTC wearable laser hair helmet for laser hair growth treatment. At last, millions of people suffering hair loss can enjoy clinically effective laser hair restoration treatments at home, at an affordable price, with a simple push of a button.
- Silk'n Flash&Go Hair Removal Device (claims to remove hair using lasers)
Silk'n Flash&Go™ is a revolutionary light-based system for permanent results at home. Now you can remove unwanted hair forever on your body and face – all with gentle pulses of light that disable hair growth. It's the safe way to get smooth, beautiful skin.
From the information on the website, it would appear that the products are safe for all; however, both products seem to be not recommended for the two darkest skin colors on the Fitzpatrick Skin Tone Classification Scale on a variety of different product feedback websites. What is the reasoning behind this?