Essay On Micro Pigmentation

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Scalp Micro-pigmentation 1. What is scalp micro-pigmentation? When hair loss occurs, it’s a depressing time for anyone. However, it a reality that many of us (especially men) have to face at some point in our lives. According to statistics, hair loss affects approximately 50% of women and 65% of men have noticeable hair loss by the age of 60. As common as it is, hair loss is still a frustrating experience. Stigmas associated with balding and thinning is both men and women can have negative impact on your self-esteem, mood and can even result in poor health. Consequently, it is not surprising that many people seek treatment to stop, conceal or even reverse hair loss. While many treatment options do exist, they may instead provide an additional…show more content…
It uses micro-needles to apply natural pigments into the upper dermis of the scalp. These natural pigments serve to create the appearance of real hair as dictated by your desired look and extent of hair loss. By replicating the appearance of hair follicles over the balding area, you can achieve the look of a full head of hair that has been freshly-shaved. Additionally, even those with minor hair thinning and hairline recession can be helped. Recreating the appearance of hair follicles in such areas will increase that density of hair and create the appearance of a fuller head of hair. Contrary to a hair transplantation, SMP is both affordable and effective for all forms of hair loss including male pattern baldness. Furthermore, achieving the look of a completely full head of hair is achievable which is not often the case after completing a hair transplant. Scalp pigmentation is also a non-surgical procedure which means that there’s practically no recovery period after it’s completed and you’ll have no scars. This is a procedure that produces a guaranteed results for hair loss of any type and stage, regardless of gender, skin colour, hair type and
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