What is scalp micropigmentation?

If you are suffering from hair loss and are not sure which solution, products, or treatments to choose that will be the best way to disguise it, then we have the solution for you, scalp micropigmentation.

Scalp micropigmentation is the leading hair loss solution across the world. Men and women are using this innovative technique to restore hairlines, create density, conceal alopecia symptoms, and camouflage scarring.

There are many benefits to scalp micropigmentation and it can be used no matter your ethnicity or hair color. Tiny microdots of pigment are deposited into the skin, just one dot at a time to replicate the look of hair follicles. For someone who is experiencing extensive pattern hair loss or alopecia, the dots will give them the look of a full head of hair that has been shaved right down the scalp. Mimicking hair follicles in this way helps restore your hairline and take away the shiny bald-headed look.

 

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What to expect from Scalp Micropigmentation

The process of scalp micropigmentation treatment seems simple, but perfecting the technique takes extensive training. There are many factors that come into this treatment to ensure as much of a natural realistic-looking result as possible. 

Sometimes referred to as a hair tattoo, the process of scalp micropigmentation may seem incredibly similar to traditional body tattooing, but there are many differences, for example, scalp micropigmentation pigment is made from purely natural ingredients and is predominantly based with carbon. Having a natural-based pigment means the color of the treatment will not change, so you will not get the blue/green tone you get in body tattoos.

Another part of scalp micropigmentation that is different from body tattooing is the depth in which the pigment is deposited. Body tattoos are deposited deep within the dermal layer of the skin, while scalp micropigmentation is deposited just slightly below the epidermis. If you’re interested in learning more about the scalp micropigmentation process, maybe take part in our training course.

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