Did you know that there are about 56 million men and women suffering from hair loss around the world? Though it might seem like a big deal, the majority of these individuals are willing to do just about anything to get their hair back. According to a recent survey, about 60% of people would rather have more hair than friends or money; 47% would be willing to spend their life savings on hair loss solutions if it meant bringing their hair back; and 30% of people would go celibate if it grew their hair back.
Thankfully for these desperate individuals, there’s an exciting, new, advanced hair restoration technique: scalp pigmentation. These are basically hair tattoos–tiny dots of ink tattooed on a person’s scalp–that simulate the look of a brush cut.
Though many have their doubts about scalp pigmentation’s efficacy, there are several clear advantages. Here are just a few.
In comparison to hair transplantation and other treatments, scalp pigmentation costs much less. In fact, it’s typically only a third the cost of surgical alternatives. Plus, the fact that there aren’t any expensive post-surgery medications needed with scalp pigmentation makes it all the more affordable.
There aren’t any risks of infection with scalp pigmentation, unlike other surgical options. Though it’s not entirely pain free, most recipients describe the sensation of having their scalp tattooed as having a light sunburn. If your pain threshold isn’t great, the practitioner can apply a local anesthetic to make the process less painful.
Most people will start to see some real improvements after just one session. Unlike hair pieces, which are often easy to spot regardless of quality, scalp pigmentation offers the perfect illusion of having a genuinely shaved head.
No Down Time.
It only takes two to four days to heal, and there’s no down time during this healing process. Patients can go right back to their normal daily routines immediately after the procedure.
These are just some of the benefits of this amazing new treatment. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments.