Scar & Alopecia Camouflage

Camouflage is a hair loss solution for those with FUE/FUT hair transplant scars, surgical or injury related scars, and patches of hair loss typically caused by alopecia. This treatment is designed to blend and conceal scars and patches seamlessly with the surrounding hair by mimicking new hair growth. The result aims to hide areas of concern and create the appearance of a full head of healthy hair.

Scalp Micropigmentation for Hair Transplant Scars

Scalp Micro-pigmentation is one of the most popular solutions for hair transplant scar concealment due to how safe the treatment is and how results are instant with no downtime. SMP can effectively conceal Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) hair transplant scars by blending the scarred area with surrounding hair. SMP works on any type of scar, whether surgical or injury-related. The scar does need to be at least 1 year old before having scalp micropigmentation, and the scar must be pale in colour and flush to the skin. If the scar is red and raised, it is not yet ready for SMP and may need more time to heal. Scalp Micropigmentation is not suitable for anyone with keloid scarring. A scar of any kind can be an unwanted reminder every time you look in the mirror. Scalp Micro-pigmentation can quickly and safely hide the imperfection so it is one less worry on your mind. 

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Scalp Micropigmentation for Alopecia Patches

Scalp Micropigmentation is an effective solution for those with all types of alopecia. The SMP works by concealing the exposed areas of scalp by implanting microdots of hypoallergenic pigments into the upper layer of the dermis using a digitally controlled needle. SMP is one of the most reliable solutions for alopecia as the results are guaranteed and 100% safe. Scalp Micropigmentation will not cause hair loss or damage to the surrounding hair, nor will it prevent hair to grow back on the treated area in the future. Alopecia is the umbrella term used to describe all forms of hair loss, but the main types of alopecia characterised by bald spots include alopecia areata, cicatricial alopecias (scarring alopecia), trichotillomania (hair pulling), and traction alopecia. Find out more about the different types of alopecia here.

 

Camouflage
From £270 - £1050

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