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Scalp Micropigmentation Post Chemo Alopecia by El Truchan @ Scalp Micro Definition
Scalp micropigmentation is increasingly becoming a popular choice to restore hair loss after chemotherapy is finished.
Unlike other treatments, it is highly versatile, and gets very quick results. So, whether you’re affected by total hair loss, thinning or bald patches, scalp pigmentation brings quick and long-lasting results after chemotherapy hair loss.
There are other illnesses that can cause hair loss. Alopecia areata for example will cause your hair follicles to diminish in size and slow down the hair production itself. The result, sadly, is the loss of hair on either the scalp, the body, or both. These can be small circular patches, often not extending any further. However, it can also attack to the extent that it is all over, from head to toe.
What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-invasive treatment that uses detailed micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. The result creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles or short hair stubble. If you are starting to thin, recede, or if you are completely bald, we can give you the look of a short buzz cut. For the thinning hair we create an appearance of much stronger density.
What is the difference between Scalp Micropigmentation / Hair Tattooing and the traditional body art tattooing?
Scalp Micropigmentation is not just a traditional tattoo. Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a form of permanent cosmetics, but unlike tattooing or permanent makeup, the treatment replicates the look of short cut hair or density between long hair by using pointillism techniques.
Similar to the tattooing process, tiny small dots are applied to the scalp using a digitally controlled needle that uses hypoallergenic pigments. These pigments are administered at epidermal into dermal level, making scalp micropigmentation unlike the process of regular tattooing. Courtesy of the combination of medical grade pigments and how they are applied, the colour is susceptible to fading and over the course of time ( which will allow us to work with the ageing process of your hair going grey potentially in the future) and will instantly recreate the appearance of a full head of hair.
How many treatments should I expect?
Scalp micropigmentation should never be considered a one treatment process. Most clients can expect between 2-4 sessions to complete their treatment depending on the extent of hair loss or scarring.
What can SMP cover?
All types of hair loss including post chemo.
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