Hair Loss Solutions with Scalp Pigmentation


There are many available treatments for hair loss in the market including application of chemical solutions or stimulation treatments that attempt to strengthen the root of the hair or hair follicle. The topical treatment Minoxidil (ROGAINE®) is the only FDA-approved product clinically shown to help strengthen hair follicles and stimulate hair growth in the vertex or head crown. However, it is not very effective for treating patients with extensive hair loss or complete baldness. For this reason, the success rate of chemical and stimulatory treatments in slowing or stopping hair loss progression is not consistent and for some people, the available hair loss treatments are completely ineffective. Other people opt for surgical hair transplants which normally involve removing small sections of skin-containing hair follicles from the back of the head and transplanting the graft to the bald area.

However, a hair transplant may be costly, painful, and require high-level maintenance after the treatment. In some cases, the hair transplant either does not provide sufficient coverage to the affected area or is not successful.




Scalp Pigmentation A Non-Surgical Solution

Scalp Micro Pigmentation (medical hairline tattoo) is the ultimate in non-surgical male grooming; an incredible life-changing treatment where natural pigments are applied at the epidermal level of the scalp to replicate the natural appearance of real hair strands and/or follicles. The Scalp method is regarded as the best treatment of its kind available in the world today, using only natural pigments and application methods.

Hair follicles and strands grow randomly in different directions. The Scalp team replicates the natural eddies and idiosyncrasies of the individual hair pattern. Additionally, hair follicles are not all the same color shade so practitioners use several shades of pigment to perfect the finish.

Scalp Pigmentation Does Not Cause Scarring

Thousands of men who have had hair transplants can have the full head of hair look they once dreamed of in less than a week. Many people under going hair transplant surgery use Scalp Micro Pigmentation for the perfect complement for camouflaging the scars as well as with the existing hair on the scalp. The result is a natural, undetectable appearance of a full head of hair.  The pigments that are used are introduced into the scalp enhancing the appearance of the balding or thinning areas. It may also be used for a variety of other purposes. Scalp micropigmentation can also be used to camouflage other various types of scars that appear on the scalp.

Fast Results In 1-2 Sessions

Hair Replication by definition is the process of embedding specialized pigment into the scalp using clusters of micro fine needles. The treatment is commonly referred to as scalp micropigmentation or Scalp tattooing. The results create the illusion of a full head of healthy hair that you have decided to shave. The look is similar to the “five o’clock shadow” one gets a day after shaving the face. In just one session lasting from 3-7 hours we are able to restore a clients hairline. Providing you a more youthful appearance.

Scalp Micro-pigmentation is a Non-Surgical, Scar Free, Immediate and low maintenance solution to hair loss. The treatment is a fraction of the cost of a hair transplant, is permanent and looks 100 % natural. Scalp micropigmentation allows clients to do all activities stress free, hassle free and with confidence that their hair looks great. Scalp pigmentation provides an alternative to hair transplant and high maintenance hair systems. Scalp micropigmentation gives clients renewed confidence and self esteem. In many cases a new outlook on life.

Costs Less Than Surgery

Compared to surgical hair transplant procedures, micro scalp pigmentation is many times less invasive to the patient, recovery time is minimal, results are more predictable and at a fraction of what a normal hair transplant would cost. Micro scalp pigmentation is also ideal for badly scarred hair transplant patients or those who wish to camouflage strip scars from previous hair transplant surgeries.