Unfortunately there is no cure for hair loss. Wigs and hats only hide your hair for so long and can be highly uncomfortable, hair transplants are surgical and some people may struggle to afford it.
Luckily we have a solution that has become the world’s leading hair loss solution! This non invasive, non surgical treatment is changing people’s lives across the world and helping them rebuild their confidence.
Scalp micropigmentation is where a special handheld machine, with microneedles attached, is used to implant microdots of pigment into the papillary layer of the dermis. This creates replicated hair follicles that look natural and completely realistic.
Male pattern baldness is the most common reason why men suffer hair loss. This hereditary condition is caused by hormonal changes in the body as men age. The hair will usually start to recede from the frontal hairline and the crown and can appear in 7 different patterns.
Scalp micropigmentation can camouflage full and partial hair loss completely by implanting pigment to mimic the look of a full head of a buzz cut hair. This will change the whole look of the scalp and make suffering with hair loss fully unnoticeable to those unaware of the treatment. Regain the younger look you have always wanted.
Men aren’t the only ones who suffer from pattern hair loss. Women also experience pattern hair loss, it just appears different from how it appears in men. Female pattern hair loss causes more thinning than balding and it is very rare that women suffer complete hair loss.The scalp micropigmentation process is the same for women as it is for men, the only difference is that the replicated hair follicles are implanted in between the existing hairs to reduce the contrast between the scalp and the hair to give the hair and thicker and fuller appearance.
When it comes to scarring on the scalp, the most common cause is hair transplants. There are two different types of hair transplants that cause different scarring. Firstly, Follicular Unit Transplantation, or FUT, causes a strip scar in the donor area of the scalp due to numerous follicles being removed at one time. The second type of hair transplant is Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE, this is where individual follicles are removed from the donor area, leaving multiple mini scars.
Scalp micropigmentation can be used to conceal either of these transplant scar types. By depositing pigment in and around the scar, we can blend the replicated follicles with the existing follicles to hide the scars.
Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes unexpected hair loss. There are many different types of alopecia, but the most common types affect the scalp, causing patched hair loss and sometimes leading to full scalp balding, or even full-body hair loss! There is no cure for alopecia, and it is so unpredictable that no one is sure whether it will progress and gradually get worse, or whether it will just sort itself out, and the hair will gradually grow back.
By using scalp micropigmentation we can give those with full scalp hair loss the look of a full head of closely shaved hair. If you suffer from alopecia areata and have patched hair loss, we can conceal these patches by implanting the pigment in and around the area to camouflage the hair loss and make it practically unnoticeable. In this case, it is also possible to treat the whole head with scalp micropigmentation in case of any further patches occurring.