Density Enhancement

Many women suffer from traumatic hair loss for many reasons such as hormonal changes, vitamin deficiency and over use of hair products and equipment.

Women often do not opt for a hair transplant and may use a variety of hair loss solutions to combat their hair loss. These can be highly costly and time consuming with little temporary improvements. Sometimes, certain methods can also exacerbate natural hair loss i.e. weaving, wearing hair system that pull on existing hair strands causing traction alopecia.

Scalp micropigmentation provides an instant, permanent and non-invasive solution, by providing an illusion of thicker hair bridging the gap between the hair and the bare scalp.

This process will bring a gradual and subtle change over the space of three sessions, that only close family and friends might detect. It is advised to keep a 7 to 10-day gap between each treatment. Each session can take a few hours. Downtime recovery is absolute minimal. However, please note, you are advised not to wash hair for 4 days after each treatment for best results.

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Hairline thinning

Most women prefer to style their hair according to a parting of their choice. This can be greatly influenced by the latest trends in hair styles or simply depend on an occasion. Some women prefer to let their hair fall to its natural parting whilst other may deliberately part their hair to a preferred side.

However, styling your hair with the same parting can cause traction alopecia causing hair to thin around the parting line. Many women who weave their hair or wear religious headwear may also notice traction alopecia closer to their hairline.

SMP can remarkably bridge the gap between the current hair and scalp minimising the visibility of the scalp and hair loss. SMP can help reduce the appearance of hair thinning around the parting lines by leaving a subtle parting but adding density to the surrounding area.

It is advised to keep a 7 to 10-day gap between each treatment. Each session can take a few hours. Downtime recovery is absolute minimal.