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My Hair is Thinning: What can I do About it?


If you are experiencing hair thinning, it is likely caused by several things. Scalp micropigmentation treats hair loss by simulating the look of natural hair follicles on balding areas on the scalp.


This solution has been proven effective in various clinical tests and for various reasons. If you're concerned about losing your head of hair, scalp micropigmentation may be a good option for you.


To understand how scalp micropigmentation can help with hair thinning, it is essential first to understand what causes hair loss in the first place. Hair follicles are tiny structures in the skin that produce hair.


The average person has about 100,000 hair follicles on their head. Each hair follicle contains a hair shaft, which is the part of the hair that grows out of the skin. The hair follicle also contains a sebaceous gland, which produces an oily substance called sebum. Sebum helps keep the hair shaft healthy and lubricated. Each follicle goes through a cycle of growth, rest, and shedding. Typically, each hair follicle produces a new hair shaft every three to four months.


Hair thinning can be caused by a number of things, including:


· Aging

· Hereditary factors

· Hormonal changes, such as those associated with pregnancy or thyroid disease

· Scalp infections or inflammatory skin conditions, such as acne and psoriasis

· Medical treatments, such as chemotherapy for cancer


Scalp micropigmentation is a procedure used to fill in bald or thinning areas of the scalp. It is a form of cosmetic tattooing that uses tiny pigments to create the appearance of hair follicles. The pigments are implanted into the scalp using a small needle, and the results can be seen immediately. Scalp micropigmentation is a relatively new procedure. Many people report that it has helped improve the appearance of their hairline and make their scalp look fuller. Although, the pigments will eventually fade over time. However, they can be refreshed at any time. Scalp micropigmentation is a non-invasive procedure, and it does not require any anesthesia. It is a relatively quick and easy procedure, and most people can go back to work the same day.


There are several different scalp micropigmentation procedures available, and the results will vary from person to person. Some people may need multiple treatments to achieve the desired results. Scalp micropigmentation is not a cure for hair loss, but it can help to camouflage hair loss. It is a good option for people who are not ready or able to undergo a hair transplant surgery.


If your hair is thinning, pigment can be implanted in between the existing hair to reduce the contrast between the scalp and hair, giving the appearance of a fuller, thicker head of hair. No one will even notice your hair is thinning.


If you are interested in receiving this treatment, you can contact us at Artistries of Phi or contact Scalp Image to learn more or book a consultation.

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