We can lose fifty to one hundred hairs per day; this is totally natural and of little worry, especially since it frequently occurs without our knowledge. Although hair loss is typically nothing to worry about, it occasionally can be an indication of a medical condition. While some types of hair loss are permanent, others might be temporary. If you experience sudden, obvious hair loss, bald patches, clumps of hair falling out, itchy or burning skin on your head, or if you are concerned about your hair loss, you should consult a doctor.
The various forms and reasons for hair loss include
Pattern baldness in both men and women
a condition Cancer treatment
Loss of weight
deficit in iron
hormone alterations (Pregnancy or menopause)
Permanent hair loss cannot be cured, however there are therapies you can attempt, such as
shots of steroids
Surgery to trim the hair
transplants of synthetic hair.
These treatments are either surgically invasive and unlikely to be effective.
Scalp micropigmentation is the top hair loss treatment in the globe. This is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure where tiny dots are created in the scalp by properly qualified professionals at Skulltec Southwest. The tiny spots are filled with cosmetic pigment, giving the appearance of hair follicles. This is a fantastic hair loss remedy because it mimics a real shaved head appearance.
Scalp micropigmentation is best understood by comparing it to a scalp tattoo. A portable machine is used to repeatedly pierce the skin while implanting pigment, much like a tattoo. The primary distinctions between scalp micropigmentation and traditional tattooing are that the former does not penetrate the skin as deeply and the latter uses cosmetic pigment composed of natural materials instead of tattoo ink, which is more concentrated and has a heavier metal foundation.
Even though two to three sessions are recommended, the outcomes of scalp micropigmentation are assured, and you can experience improvements as soon as your first appointment. Unfortunately, scalp micropigmentation fades over time, thus it is recommended to receive touch-ups every three to four years.
The benefits of scalp micropigmentation include the restoration of the natural hairline, concealment of various types of alopecia and diffuse thinning, and an effective reduction in the visual impact of scarring, burns, or blemishes on the scalp. Scalp micropigmentation is also a safe procedure, and the pigments used during treatment are typically plant-based and full of natural ingredients. Finally, while this treatment does not promise to increase hair growth, it can nonetheless assert that it is sure to work because it covers up hair loss rather than treating it.Click me to Book your Consultation