Scalp Micro Pigmentation
What is scalp micropigmentation?
Scalp micro pigmentation is a corrective treatment for diminishing hair or balding. It’s occasionally called a hair tattoo. A dermatologist utilizes slender, little needles to store small strokes of shade (variety) on the scalp. These strokes give the presence of thicker hair. Scalp micro pigmentation shades are corrective grade, long-lasting inks.
At the point when a gifted professional performs scalp micro pigmentation, it can conceal balding regions on your scalp. It conceals pigmentations or scars. The treatment can give the appearance of having shaved hair or a “buzz trim” to bald individuals. Scalp micro pigmentation is harmless and doesn’t need a medical procedure or sedation.
Dr. Neetu Narula at HM Aesthetics is a board-certified dermatologist who sits down with the patients and figures out a course of action for the right treatment and the number of sittings required to deal with a specific concern. Her decade of experience speaks volumes about her work and caliber.
What is scalp micro pigmentation for?
Scalp micro pigmentation is a kind of micro pigmentation (long-lasting cosmetics). The treatment can make the presence of thicker hair in individuals who have:
- Alopecia areata, is an immune system condition that causes balding.
- Chemotherapy-related balding.
- Balding in ladies.
- Hormonal circumstances cause balding, including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
- Male sparseness, retreating hairline or, hairlessness at the crown of the head.
- Slim hair on the other side.
- Scars or skin colorations on the scalp.
Does scalp micro pigmentation develop hair?
Scalp micro pigmentation doesn’t develop hair or change your normal hair development. It’s anything but a balding treatment. It additionally won’t cause balding or harm your current hair follicles. Scalp micro pigmentation is a method for making it seem as though you have more full, thicker hair.