This How To Travel With The iRestore Laser Hair Growth System post is sponsored and written by Pete. All thoughts and opinions belong to Drugstore Divas.
It’s summer, which means summer travel. You probably have a packing list to make sure you don’t forget anything. Does your packing list include the iRestore Hair Growth System? If it does, you really need to think about how to travel with all the items in the system. It’s not as easy as throwing everything in a bag.
It is easy to pack the iRestore Laser Hair Growth System for a long trip or on-the-go travel, you just have to prepare ahead of time.There are ways you can easily prepare for quick and easy travel. Just follow my tips below!
How To Travel With The iRestore Laser Hair Growth System
iRestore Hair Growth Serum
If you’re flying …
The iRestore Hair Growth Serum comes in a 2oz. bottle. That’s under the 3.2oz. limit for liquids that are able to be packed into a carry on. So you can take this in your carry on bag. If you do, though, you need to put it in a clear, quart-size plastic bag. Before you go through security, you need to take this plastic bag out because it needs to be scanned separately.
If you’re checking your luggage, you can put it in your checked bag without worrying. I would, however, advise you to still put this in a plastic bag. You don’t know how your luggage will be handled and you don’t want to risk the bottle breaking and the serum leaking all over your clothes.
If you’re driving …
If you don’t have to go through TSA, you can pack the entire bottle in your suitcase without worrying. I would suggest that you keep the bottle in a plastic bag, though, just to be safe.
IRestore Hair Growth Shampoo
If you’re flying …
The iRestore Hair Growth Shampoo comes in an 8oz. bottle, so you run into a bit of a situation. If you want to pack the shampoo in your checked bag, you can’t pack the entire bottle. Instead, pick up a flight-friendly plastic travel squeeze bottle. Make sure it is 3.2oz or smaller. Fill it with the shampoo.
Keep in mind that the entire bottle lasts you 30 days so a 3oz travel bottle of it will last you a little over a week. If you’re going away for longer than that, you may need to pack two travel bottles. Put these bottles in a plastic, quart-sized bag, then take it out before you go through security. You can pack the serum and shampoo together.
If you are checking your luggage, you can pack this in your checked bag. Just be sure to put it in a plastic bag in case something happens to your luggage and the bottle opens.
If you’re driving …
You don’t have to worry about any liquid restrictions, so you can pack the entire bottle of shampoo in your luggage without any issues.
iRestore 3-in-1 Hair Growth Formula
If you’re flying OR driving …
This is the easy one. Since the iRestore 3-in-1 Hair Growth Formula is just a supplement, you shouldn’t have any restrictions taking it through TSA. So you can just pack it in your carry on or checked bag.
If you are flying, I would recommend you keeping it in the original bottle instead of just taking them out and putting them in an unmarked bag or bottle. You don’t want to give TSA any reason to stop you.
If you are driving, you have nothing to worry about.
iRestore Laser Helmet
If you’re flying …
I did as much research as I could on this, and there doesn’t seem to be any TSA-enforced restrictions on anything similar to the iRestore Laser Helmet. TSA does reserve the right to check any bags and disallow anything on to the plane. That doesn’t mean that you will be restricted, of course, but it does mean you are at the discretion of the TSA.
If you’re going away for a couple days, you may just want to leave the helmet at home. You don’t want to risk it getting taken away because the devise does cost $695. If you’re going away for a long time, though, you’ll want to pack it. I would, personally, pack it in my carry on and bring a copy of the iRestore website so that if you do get stopped, you can show the TSA officers exactly what it is used for. Of course, you could show them the website on your phone, but it seems a little safer to just have a paper attached to the helmet.
A good tip I did read was separating your battery pack and helmet. That way, if TSA does confiscate your helmet, you won’t need to buy a new helmet and battery pack.
If you’re driving …
Just pack this in your suitcase or in the actual box it came in (if you saved it like I did).
If you have used and traveled with the iRestore Laser Hair Growth System, please leave us a comment letting us know if you have done anything differently.
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If you have been following, you know I started using the complete iRestore system in March (you can see my iRestore introduction here). This marks the fourth month with the system. According to the website, “You can expect to see visible results from low-level light therapy within 12 to 24 weeks.” I am in the middle of that at 16 weeks. It also says, “Be patient as hair growth is different for each and every person.” I am being patient and not losing hope.
This is the first month that it seems that my hair loss is actually getting worse and the bald spot is getting larger. If you look at the Day 1 and Day 120 photos, you can see that the bald spot had an uneven shape in March, but it becoming perfectly circular in July. I am not sure what the reasoning is behind that, but I am attributing that to the shedding. The hair in above the bald spot seems to be thicker, so that is a plus.
The guide on iRestore’s website says that month 5 is when shedding should have stopped and hair growth will have been accelerated. I am hoping that happens between now and my next update.
Wednesday 18th of July 2018
I purchased the IRestore system May 13th and have been using it ever since. I am concerned because I am loosing more hair than before and you can now see my scalp. You could not see it before I started using this helmut. My Doctor told me to use Mens Foam Rogaine which I've been using for 2 years and that had brought back a lot of my hair, but it was still thin and that is why I ordered your system. My concern is loosing more hair with this now. I also feel heat when I am using it?? Is that normal?
Tuesday 24th of July 2018
Hi Myrna! Thank you for ordering our device and sharing your concern! Assuming that you have been using the device for about 1-2 months, shedding at this time is normal. The shedding is likely due to where your hair is in the hair growth cycle. Generally, users should expect to lose hair before noticing hair growth. It is best to continue to use the system consistently as advised. Usually, it takes about 6 months to see results, but some users have reported seeing great results at 9-12 months and some much earlier. So, it really depends on each person, but the shedding is usually normal.
As for the concern about heat. Heat is not normal as the device does not emit any heat. However, you could be feeling a tingling sensation after using the device due to the increase in blood flow.
We hope we have answered your questions! If you would like more info, please visit us at https://www.irestorelaser.com/. Thank you.
drugstore diva lisa
Thursday 19th of July 2018
Hi Myrna! Pete is having a similar time with him losing hair and seeing his scalp. I was told by the company that it is from shedding that happens at the beginning of using the system. Since you are only two months in, it seems that you are experiencing that as well. This, I have been told, is normal. I am going to make the iRestore team aware of your comment and have them reply to you in more detail. Thanks!