Micropigmentation is a treatment that covers a wide range of hair conditions. Read through the descriptions listed below to learn more about how Micropigmentation can help you, your appearance and confidence.
Pattern baldness and thinning hair are common occurrences. In fact:
- 95% of all pattern baldness is hereditary.
- 50% of all men will experience hair loss by the time they’re 50 years old.
- 40% of all men experience hair loss by the time they’re 35 years old.
While hair loss cannot be cured, it can be covered up. Whether your hair loss begins at the crown or in the front, or even both at the same time, micropigmentation works to create naturally appearing hair follicles to fill in bald spots and areas with thinning hair.
Hair loss or thinning after cancer treatments
Cancer treatment can leave temporary or permanent hair loss. In many cases, when a person’s hair does grow back in, it can be a different color, straighter, and sometimes, just not the same thickness as it used to be. Scalp Micropigmentation is a safe and effective way to give you back your look of a full head of hair.
Alopecia is a condition when the immune system begins attacking the hair follicles. The condition can continue for years and can be embarrassing and debilitating in experiencing life. If Alopecia is determining what kind of life you live, then Micropigmentation is the solution.
Micropigmentation provides a natural looking fill that blends into the remaining hairline. It’s a seamless transition, that will provide a youthful hairline from all angles and in the end, will help you regain your confidence.
Hair transplant scars
Unfortunately, a hair transplant can be a less than effective method of besting hair loss. Some have left permanent damage to the skin, which actually causes you to grow even LESS hair. Don’t lose faith. Micropigmentation can undo the damage done and keep you from wearing a hat day in and day out.
Scar cover up
Scalp Micropigmentation is a great solution to covering up scar tissue on the scalp. On a bald man this will give him the look of a close shave from a full head of hair. If the scar tissue only affects part of the scalp, micropigmentation will blend the scar area into the rest of your hair and create a natural look.
Filling in light or bald spots on facial hair
Micropigmentation can also be used on areas of the face. Thinning beards or goatees can be a notable problem, especially when you do not want a clean-shaven look. Being able to grow and maintain facial hair is a goal for many men, giving them the look they desire. Micropigmentation gives you another option, by allowing you to fill in the thinning area or patches that don’t grow, you get to keep that 5 o’clock shadow you desire.
Adding density to hair loss after child birth or due to aging for women
This procedure is not just for men! Women often experience hair loss as they age, after body changes such as childbirth, or any of the reasons listed above. Micropigmentation works the same way with women, using a natural “Hair Tattoo” that fills in areas of thinning hair.
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