What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Losing your hair can be terrifying and comes at a huge emotional cost.
And even though there are plenty of options out there if your ponytail is skinnier than it once was — from over-the-counter topical products like minoxidil to in-clinic hair transplants and PRP – they're often expensive and time-consuming. Crucially, they also won't cause an immediate change in your hair's appearance, which is what makes scalp micropigmentation so appealing for those bugged by thinning strands.
Scalp Micropigmentation is a life changing hair loss treatment where natural pigments are applied to the scalp to replicate the natural appearance of real hair follicles, giving you the look of a full head of hair that you have decided to shave or to add density to thin hair.
What does scalp micropigmentation actually do?
The aim is to bring back confidence! Scalp micropigmentation is a great option when in-clinic treatments and hair transplants are financially out of reach or don't work as well as expected. By accurately replicating your own natural hair follicles and hair colour, scalp micropigmentation can help strengthen and add density to thinning areas, creating an undetectable illusion of thicker, stronger hair.
What maintenance doesn’t scalp micropigmentation require?
Scalp pigmentation requires little to no continued maintenance and carries no strict lifestyle or daily restrictions. It replicates the look of a buzz cut, fresh out of the barbershop.
Who is a good candidate for scalp micropigmentation?
The answer is ANYONE and EVERYONE!
Those dealing with hair thinning, alopecia, and visible scalp scarring from hair transplants or surgeries will benefit most from scalp micropigmentation transformation. A main area of concern for men is the hairline and crown, for women, it's usually the temples and the spot where they consistently part their hair.
Does scalp micropigmentation work if you already have hair?
There is a range of options depending on the pattern of hair loss. Those with a thinning head of hair can have follicles tattooed onto areas where there is still hair growth to create the appearance of the thicker volume also known as Hair Density Scalp Micropigmentation.
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