What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
During scalp micropigmentation, a provider uses a thin needle to deposit tiny dots of color on the scalp. The dots vary in size and depth, creating the appearance of thicker hair. Scalp micropigmentation can cover thinning areas on your scalp, birthmarks, or scars. It can also be used to create the look of a buzz cut on someone who is bald. roducts and services to visitors. Double click the icons to choose one that represents the product or service you are highlighting.
How does Scalp Micropigmentation help with hair loss?
Scalp micropigmentation is a way to conceal thin hair and bald spots permanently. The procedure doesn't require surgery or anesthesia, so you can quickly get back to your normal routine. There aren't many side effects to the tattooing process, but minor redness may last several hours.
Compared to hair transplant surgery, scalp micropigmentation is less invasive because it requires no surgery or incisions. It's also less painful, costs less, and doesn't require any downtime.
*You'll be asked to wash your hair and scalp before your appointment.
*We will mark the areas they'll be treating during your session.
If you’re completely bald, we may create a hairline based on your facial structure and age.
*You and your provider will work together to find pigments that match your hair color.
* We will use a numbing medicine to reduce your discomfort.
During your micropigmentation session, you can expect the following:
*The needles are thinner and smaller than those used to apply tattoos, so the procedure won't be as painful.
* Small needles will be used to make dots on your scalp.
*Your treatment may take up to Two-five hours.
*You may need more than one treatment.
Each treatment will add more pigment your hair look progressively fuller and more natural.
What Can You Expect After Scalp Micropigmentation?
Although there's not much downtime required after scalp micropigmentation, you may have to avoid some activities for several days, including:
*Getting your scalp wet. You'll need to wear a shower cap when you shower or bathe to keep your head dry. You shouldn't wash your hair or scalp until your provider says it's okay. *You should also avoid heavy exercise, which can cause your scalp to sweat. Avoid steam rooms or hot, steamy showers for the same reason. In general, avoid any hot environment that can cause you to sweat.
*Sun exposure. Avoid exposing your scalp to the sun.
During scalp micropigmentation, a provider uses a thin needle to deposit tiny dots of color on the scalp. ThScalp micropigmentation is a cosmetic procedure that makes your hair look fuller. It's also sometimes called a “hair tattoo.” This procedure covers bald spots or thinning hair, but it doesn't treat hair loss itself. e dots vary in size and depth, creating the appearance of thicker hair. Scalp micropigmentation can cover thinning areas on your scalp, birthmarks, or scars. It can also be used to create the look of a buzz cut on someone who is bald.