Prof. Dov Ingman, a stellar young physicist, immigrates from the USSR to Israel after a struggle with the authorities. He joins the Technion’s nuclear physics department . Alongside his academic career, Prof. Ingman keeps inventing in extracurricular fields. Among his interests are wellbeing and therapeutic technologies using out-of-the-box, nonconventional methods, based on his physical approach.
Professor Ingman creates the theoretical basis for a solution for baldness and establishes Pilogics to develop the practical technologies based on that theory.
Professor Ingman and his team build prototypes for two types of treatment options: multi-stimulation device and nano technology cosmetic composition with microcapsules.
The multi stimulation device is selected for further development. Multiple treatment mechanisms are tested.
A second prototype is launched for larger field test. It included three treatment mechanisms (biochemical, electrical and mechanical) operating simultaneously.
A third prototype, which includes a computerized control and logging system, is tested by dozens of users.
Pilogics develops the fourth, wireless prototype. Pilogics used this advanced model for a large and final field test, includes both male and female.
Following the success of the field test, Pilogics started to commercialize the technology to a home use, self-treatment device.
Development of the commercial model is finalized and named Hairegen. It is launched in Israel.
Development of the international Hairegen model reaches completion. The new model includes LLLT as a fourth treatment mechanism, and receives CE certification.
Pilogics launches the Hairegen “Personal Trainer” PC application for self monitoring and evaluation of proper device use.
A clinical study on the real-world efficacy of Pilogics Hairegen is published. The study includes results by close to 300 users of varying ages and gender.