You've probably heard of a phenomenon called scalp micropigmentation. Scalp micropigmentation can be a splendid solution for those suffering from partial or complete alopecia, both in men and women.
Micropigmentation is the process by which ink is injected into the upper layers of skin. All done using a tattoo expert and his super-thin tattoo needle. Thanks to this super-thin needle and the skill of a specialist, it is possible to create an impression of individual hair or hair follicles that is really difficult to tell from real hair.
Scalp micropigmentation is suitable for men and women who have suffered from partial or complete alopecia, at any age. Alopecia can have many causes, from which multiple types of alopecia itself are derived. If you suffer from any of the following, you may feel you need scalp micropigmentation:
Hair loss can affect us at any age, regardless of gender or social class. The factors that affect the quality and density of our hair are primarily:
Thanks to scalp micropigmentation, you'll like the reflection in your mirror again. It offers you the confidence to do twenty-four hours seven days a week. Without wigs and itchy, temporary powder, you'll have more fun playing sports or visiting nature and swimming pools without worry. Your micropigmentation can handle both water and sweat with no problem.
Another advantage of micropigmentation is that it is not a surgical procedure. The area will only be treated with an anesthetic cream and you will be conscious at all times. You can consult a specialist about the process and final form directly during the procedure.
Scalp micropigmentation, often also inaccurately called hair tattoo, is a permanent technique that usually lasts at least three years for the client. After this time, the pigment will slowly disappear. The duration of the ink depends on many factors from very important care immediately after the procedure, metabolism, to direct exposure to UV light.
Read carefully! Not everyone who claims to be a specialist really is. Micropigmentation is a safe procedure when performed in a sterile environment and with excellent quality ink intended for this treatment. Otherwise, the ink may turn green; in the worst case, an infection will enter your body through non-sterile needles. But don’t worry, if you get the information you need in advance, there's nothing to worry about.
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Scalp micropigmentation can be a solution that can change your life for the better. Drop your wigs and shame and get a consult today.