Balding? A scalp tattoo might just solve your problem

According to studies, men are more susceptible to hair loss than women. Factors include genetics, but the biggest culprit for hair loss is hormones.

Around 30% of men start to have receding hairlines by the age of 30. By around 40 to 50, their locks begin to shed. A 2011 study shows that the main reason for male pattern baldness is that as people age, the stem cells found in the scalp fail to develop into the type of cells that make hair follicles.

This can be depressing and be a blow to one’s self-confidence.

Thanks to technology you won’t have to live “hairless” for the rest of your lives.

Called the Scalp Micropigmentation aka medical hairline tattoo, this technique involves tattooing a hairline on your scalp to make it look like you’ve just had a hair cut. To copy the illusion of very short hair,  experts use tiny particles of pigments at the epidermal layer of the scalp. This can work even to people who want to hide scars on their head.

This ground-breaking “hair loss” treatment gives maximum result with only little maintenance needed.

The sessions depend on how bald or thin your hair is. Some can take two to five hours while others require a series of sessions to completely get the natural look they desire.

What about women?

Females can also take advantage of this procedure, especially those who lost their hair because of frequent styling and use of chemical hair products. The Scalp Micropigmentation procedure can  help make your hair look fuller by adding thickness to the gaps of your thinning hairline.

Due to the effectivity of the procedure, SMP is becoming a growing trend today with clinics such as Vinci Hair Clinic and Skalp carrying thousands of treatments worldwide.


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