Most of us take our hair for granted, until it’s no longer there. Hair loss is common, and while some people embrace it, no one wants to experience it. Hair loss has a significant influence on people’s lives, it can impact their relationships, professions, appearance, and overall self-confidence. Some people are unaware that they have options for treating, replacing, and restoring their hair, regardless of how much they’ve lost. Scalp micropigmentation is one of these possibilities!

Micro pigmentation is a remarkable revelation that has taken cosmetic industry by storm. It’s a non-surgical, natural way to cope with hair loss and the challenges that come with it.

Scalp micropigmentation London is the only hair-restoration procedure for obtaining immediate and inevitable results. It’s a long-term, low-cost method of concealing bald patches, scars, re-densifying bald areas, bringing down the receding hairline, or just adding volume.

How Does Scalp Micropigmentation Work?

Scalp micropigmentation is a type of cosmetic tattooing, which means it’s comparable to getting a tattoo but with a few key differences. It gives the appearance of greater density by coating the scalp with specks of ink that resemble hair follicles, giving an overall appearance of natural hair.

The hair pigmentation look is accomplished by adding shallow pigments into the scalp with a machine made exclusively for cosmetic micropigmentation. Scalp pigmentation is distinct from regular tattooing, as the colours used are created differently from tattoo ink. They may be broken down by the body and are therefore implanted a little closer to the skin’s surface.

As a result, scalp micropigmentation can last for up to 8 years, although it does not remain indefinitely.

How much does scalp micropigmentation cost?

The cost of scalp micropigmentation is dependent on the size of the area that will be treated. Most professionals will only specify prices after a consultation, which involves meeting with the client, assessing the quality of your hair and scalp and evaluating the amount of work that needs to be done.

Who shouldn’t have scalp micropigmentation?

Cosmetic tattooing can be unsuitable in some circumstances. You cannot have the therapy or will require a doctor’s permission if you have any of the following conditions

  • Diabetes (consult your doctor)
  • Suffer with major illnesses such as cancer, epilepsy, or autoimmune diseases
  • Bleeding disorders
  • Use blood thinners (consult your doctor and discontinue use if possible)
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Keloids or hypertrophic scarring in the past
  • Viral illnesses or disorders
  • If you are undergoing chemotherapy
  • Suffer from skin irritations or Psoriasis around the scalp
  • Recently tanned skin

Scalp micropigmentation is undoubtedly the most effective method of concealing hair loss, scars, and bald spots on the scalp since it produces an immediate coverage and has little to no chance of failing. It is comparable to a cosmetic tattoo in which dots and strands of pigment are inserted into the scalp’s skin. This technique creates the appearance of increased volume or a buzz-cut style scalp, and the effects can last up to 8 years.

Elixir Pigmentation London, provides a bespoke customised service for your hair loss needs. Each of our practitioners understand the importance of all their client’s needs and the requirement to adapt our treatments to meet each client’s personal expectations. Taking all this into consideration, they have put together a detailed beginners and advanced SMP training and Scalp Micropigmentation training curriculum that covers all you need to know to become a fully qualified SMP artist. Our dedicated friendly customer service team are always willing to assist with your enquiries.

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