Scalp Micropigmentation
Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation

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 Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-invasive procedure and typically lasts two to three years. It is most commonly performed by a trained technician to create a natural-looking result. Women and men who are experiencing hair thinning, full baldness, or receding hair lines can opt for this treatment.

Scalp Micropigmentation can give you a more youthful appearance by filling in thinning areas and creating the appearance of a fuller head of hair. It is most commonly used to cover bald or thinning areas, but can also be used to create a new hairline or change the color of hair. The pigment is applied in a series of tiny dots and can be customized to match the color and texture of hair.

Those who have skin sensitivities such as psoriasis, breakouts frequently, or a propensity to keloids should avoid undergoing this therapy. Speak with your physician or doctor if you are having concerns about whether you are a good candidate or not.

First, a numbing cream is applied to the scalp for thirty minutes. Then the technician will begin to apply the pigment using a tiny needle or pen. The pigment is deposited in a grid-like pattern and can be customized to match your desired hair color and thickness.

The entire micropigmentation of the scalp typically takes two to three hours, depending on the size of the area being treated. You may experience some minor discomfort during the procedure, but most people find it to be relatively painless.


Scalp micropigmentation is mostly recommended for men and women who are experiencing:

  • Receding hair lines
  • Thinning hair
  • Bald patches
  • Alopecia
  • Scalp scars
  • Scalp visibility

It is also opted by individuals who wish to hide scars caused due to a neurosurgical procedure, previous hair transplant, or a traumatic scar. When it is performed with a hair transplant, the individual can see the best results


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