- Scalp Micropigmentation for Alopecia
- Types of Alopecia
- Androgenic alopecia
- Alopecia areata
- Traction alopecia
Scalp Micropigmentation for Alopecia
Alopecia is a serious condition that is characterized by hair loss in areas of the head and parts of the body where hair would usually grow. Alopecia can occur both in men and women due to different reasons. For many people, alopecia comes without previous warning, and most types cannot be cured. Although it affects more than 6 million individuals in the US, most people don’t know how to deal with it.
Men and women that suffer from alopecia have a hard time finding the right way to mask their condition, particularly when it affects the scalp. The experts at Scalp Allure understand how much this condition can affect your life and confidence. That is why our dedicated team of professionals have committed their lives and careers to help people mask the devastating effects of alopecia with an affordable, revolutionary, and non-invasive hair loss treatment – scalp micropigmentation.
Scalp micropigmentation is a great option for men or women who are suffering from any type or degree of alopecia, as it can be applied to the entire scalp or in smaller sections to mask patches of hair loss.
Daniel Yerenburg, a world leading master-artist in the field of scalp micropigmentation, will gladly meet with you for your consultation to discuss your hopes and to create a detailed plan of action.
This procedure sometimes may take up to 4 treatments to get the total look the client wants to achieve. The results are incredible, and the looks on our client’s faces are extremely rewarding.
Types of Alopecia
Scalp Allure is ready to assist you in disguising the most common types of alopecia, such as androgenic alopecia, alopecia areata, or traction alopecia. Based on the nature and severity of your condition, scalp micropigmentation procedures are done differently and may require more than one session for optimum results.
- Androgenic alopecia – This condition refers to male pattern baldness, the most common cause of hair loss in men. Androgenic alopecia is caused by a change in androgens, and it typically occurs in men who are over 50 years old.
- Alopecia areata – This is an autoimmune condition that is characterized by hair loss in round patches. It can occur at any point in an individual’s life, and the condition is typically worsened by stress and trauma.
- Traction alopecia – Traction alopecia is more common in women because it occurs when hair is frequently pulled or strained. It can happen to individuals who regularly wear braids or weaves or in those who use hair extensions.
No matter whether your hair loss is partial or complete, Scalp Allure will help you effectively mask or minimize your hair loss and restore your confidence.