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Micro Scalp Micro Blading (aka: Scalp Micropigmentation) Is the Most Effective Microdermabrasion For Your Hair

Scalp Micropigmentation, Scalp Micropigmentation is a cosmetic, non-invasive, hair tattoo which provides the appearance of a receding hairline or subtle density on a hairless head. The process can be utilized to hide scars from recent hair transplant surgery, and conceal the appearance of tattoos from past burn or scar treatment. It can also minimize hair loss from men and women. The Scalp Micropigmentation process uses a hair growth serum which contains trichogen, which is an active ingredient found in vitamin D. This ingredient is responsible for activating melanin. Melanin is responsible for giving hair color, depth, and luster. Due to its ability to give the scalp color, pigment cells are produced, this in turn causes the hair follicles to expand and form new hair.

Although many sufferers swear by the Scalp Micropigmentation as an effective way to hide birthmarks, scars, burns, and blemishes, others are unsure if it can actually work.

Despite the non-invasive process being non-damaging and painless, a number of practitioners and dermatologists do not recommend the Scalp Micro Pigmentation for individuals suffering from acne, alopecia, vitiligo, or sensitive skin. This is due to the fact that the Scalp Micropigmentation procedure uses a bleaching agent that can cause burning and irritation. A number of practitioners also recommend not doing the Scalp Micropigmentation on the nose, ears, or lips due to the risk of scarring there. For these reasons, the Scalp Pigmentation is most often used on the forehead.

If you are one of the thousands of individuals who suffer from hair loss, are self-conscious about small bald patches on your head, or are searching for a natural, safe way to enhance your hair’s volume, you may want to consider the benefits of Scalp Micro Blading. Microbling is the term used to describe the Scalp Micropigmentation process. The Scalp Pigment contains dyes and nutrients that plump up the thinning areas of the scalp, giving you a fuller head of hair. There are several advantages to using this treatment to help restore your hair’s natural texture and appearance.

One of the major benefits of Scalp Micro Blading is that it does not require shaving or waxing. This means that you do not have to worry about damaging your facial skin or making it look unnatural. Another advantage of Scalp Micropigmentation is that it does not use lasers or other harmful devices that could potentially burn or irritate your skin. Finally, because the procedure is performed at the root level of the hair follicles, it does not promote the formation of new hair. You will notice immediate results once the Scalp Micro Blading procedure is completed.

Most professionals recommend that you have three treatments conducted before completing the Scalp Micro Blading treatment. In the first appointment, you will receive an antiseptic cream and a primer for the pigmentation. After this first appointment, the second treatment will involve the Micro Scalp Pigment being applied to the affected areas. Once the pigments have been applied, your practitioners will apply the third treatment, which will seal in the pigment and provide the smoothest, most even results.

If you desire a more natural looking scalp micropigmentation with less noticeable redness and swelling, you can request for a ‘second opinion’ with a practitioner who uses Micro Blading to enhance the volume of the hair follicles. With a second opinion, the Scalp Pigment will be applied to a smaller amount and a lighter tone of color. This allows the Scalp Micro Blading practitioners to blend the Micro Scalp Pigment into the underlying skin thus achieving the third treatment necessary to complete the scalp micro-blading process. With this option, the effect of the Scalp Micro Blading on the skin is less noticeable than having three treatments done at once.

It is important to note that you must first consult a dermatologist and follow his or her recommendation before starting a Scalp Micro Scalp Pigmentation treatment. The dermatologist will provide you with information about the proper Micro Scalp Micro Blading solution as well as the appropriate dosing rate. Your consultation is also important because your physician will ensure that you are having the right Micro Scalp Micro Blading treatment for the type of skin that you have. Some skin types are naturally lighter while others are darker. Your Scalp Micro Scalp Pigment will be complimented correctly based on your skin’s pigment type and desired result.

It is also important to note that any Micro Scalp Pigment that is used in the Micro Scalp Micro Blading process must adhere to the recommendations of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and should contain no dye, pigments, preservatives, allergens, or any other artificial coloring. Micro Scalp Pigments work with your natural hair pigment and compliment it, not compete with it. If you are uncertain about which Micro Scalp Pigment will be the most effective for your hair type, you may want to try the free trial samples provided by Micro Scalp to see if it is right for you. There is no cost to try the trial samples, so why not give it a try? You never know – You may be surprised!

Whether you’re affected by male or female pattern baldness, alopecia, thinning hair, or scalp scarring from surgery or an accident, Scalp Micropigmentation could be the solution for you. Contact with our team for the best services.