If you feel self-conscious due to scars or Alopecia or maybe you’re troubled by patches of pigment loss? This is an aesthetic treatment that will, in many instances, provide long-term solutions in camouflaging pigmentations. It is ideal for individuals who have suffered from burns, stretch marks, scars, vitiligo, or disguising a variety of imperfections from hair loss due to alopecia or scarring, Using micro pigmentation techniques to camouflage skin tone imperfections is an advanced skill that we have acquired only through professional training, guidance and significant experience. Micropigmentation’s ability to break up the scar tissue and color it to better match your natural skin tone provide miraculous results that will build your confidence in your appearance.
Alopecia or Hair Loss due to Chemotherapy
Using a semi-permanent make-up we can create natural-looking eyebrows to clients who have lost their hair due to Alopecia and Chemotherapy. Scalp-related alopecia takes many forms from patchy hair loss on the head (known as alopecia areata) to the total loss of all head hair (referred to as alopecia totalis). The symptoms of alopecia areata can be extremely unpredictable, with the affected area frequently changing size, shape, and position. Sometimes the condition goes away on its own, only to return at a later date.
In some cases, it can develop into full-blown alopecia totalis. This unpredictable nature makes the condition distressing and difficult to treat using traditional methods.
Men’s Scalp Treatments
The greatest advantage of SMP (scalp MicroPigmentation) as an alopecia ‘cure’ is that the entire scalp can be treated. So if the symptoms come and go, or affected areas change shape, size, and position, your follicle replications will continue to ensure that the visible effects are minimized.
For men who are happy to wear a shaved hairstyle, visible alopecia symptoms can become a thing of the past. Blending seamlessly with your real hair, as the patches develop or move, you will not look any different. All people will see is a full head of hair.
If you want to keep your hair a little longer, a full head treatment usually requires that your head is shaved in the first instance. When your hair grows back, your scalp is shaded by the pigmentation so that bald patches are much less visible than they were before.
Women’s Scalp Treatments
For many women, it is not an option to shave their heads. Therefore it is preferable to isolate the treatment area to those currently affected, as these areas can be treated without the need to cut the surrounding hair down to a short length. Patches are much less visible immediately following treatment.
The exact method of application can vary from patient to patient because each case of alopecia is highly unique. If the affected areas in your case do not change very often, then the treatment process we develop for you may be different. Please contact us to discuss your exact requirements.