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Scalp micropigmentation


Close up of scalp micropigmentation for women


Scalp micropigmentation for alopecia





Men across the world are suffering with hair loss. This is mostly due to male pattern baldness, a usually genetic condition that causes thinning and receding. This can be measured using the norwood scale as there are 7 different patterns in which male pattern baldness occurs. Unfortunately there is no cure or way to prevent this hair loss, it is inevitable. But scalp micropigmentation is the best solution.

This non surgical, non invasive procedure is helping men regain confidence by implanting pigment into the scalp to replicate hair follicles. Doing this will achieve the look of a full head of completely shaved hair. The results are instant and guaranteed.

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Scalp micropigmentation in action
Scalp micropigmentation for women


Hair loss for women seems to be a bit of a taboo subject compared to hair loss for men. Women don’t usually suffer with full baldness like men but rather have a bigger problem with low density. Thinning hair can really affect a woman’s self esteem, causing them to go out of their way to try hide it.

How can scalp micropigmentation help? The procedure is the same as for men, pigment is implanted into the scalp to mimic hair follicles, but with low density the pigment is implanted in between the existing hairs. This creates fuller thicker looking hair and reduces the contrast between scalp and skin.

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Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes unexpected hair loss suddenly. There is no cure for alopecia and it is becoming more and more common. There are many different forms of alopecia, the one we see the most is alopecia areata. This is where hair loss appears in patches around the size of a coin, they can come and go in different areas of the scalp and sometimes the patches connect developing to a more severe case of alopecia.

Scalp micropigmentation deposits pigment to replicate hair follicles. With alopecia areata the pigment is implanted either into just the patched areas or the full scalp can be treated so if anymore hair loss occurs on the scalp it will already be treated making the hair loss camouflaged.

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Scalp scars are caused by injury or surgery, usually from a hair transplant or donor. There are two different types of hair transplant there is FUT (follicular unit transplantation) which leaves a strip scar and FUE (follicular unit extraction) which leads to donor scars from numerous small individual cuts.

Scalp micropigmentation can conceal the scarring so it is unnoticeable to anyone who does not know it is there. Replicated hair follicles are implanted in and around the scar concealing it amongst your natural hair follicles. The procedure of scalp micropigmentation also helps to heal the injured skin by helping to soften it and restore some health to the scar.

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