• Lauren Carter Spmu

The Solution to Female Hair Loss

Scalp micropigmentation is a new and innovative treatment that can help restore the hair's appearance. Traditionally, those experiencing hair losses have two options; to undergo a hair transplant or wear a hairpiece or hat. However, scalp micropigmentation can provide a more natural solution that is practically painless, non-surgical, non-invasive, does not involve any downtime, and guarantees instant results. Scalp micropigmentation was initially designed to help men suffering from male pattern baldness, but over time professionals have been able to expand their knowledge and offer women the treatment for female pattern hair loss.


Female pattern hair loss is where women lose hair in a pattern formation measured by The Ludwig Scale. Unlike men, it is unusual for women to suffer from complete hair loss; instead, they experience diffuse thinning. This can be a complex condition to live with as it can cause a great deal of self-consciousness and low self-esteem. Many women feel that they have lost their femininity because of hair loss. Women often choose to wear wigs or hairpieces, but these tend to be itchy and further damage your hair.

The treatments for female pattern hair loss are similar to the options available to men. Some women may be advised to take hormones such as spironolactone or finasteride. A hair transplant may be a good option for some, while scalp micropigmentation is ideal for those who want a more natural solution.


Many women have found that scalp micropigmentation provides them with the look of natural hair, allowing them to have more confidence in their appearance. The process is very straightforward, and the treatment only takes around three hours. Once it is complete, your new hair growth will be fuller and thicker.


The process consists of microdots of a special carbon-based pigment implanted into the hair loss areas. As women typically experience thinning, the pigment is implanted between the existing hairs to help reduce the contrast between the scalp and hair, giving the female an appearance of thicker and fuller-looking hair. The pigment is implanted at a depth of the papillary found in the dermal layer, just below the epidermis. The pigment will gradually fade over time; however, it is permanent and will not wash off.



If you are unhappy with your appearance because of hair loss, scalp micropigmentation may be the perfect solution for you. Check out Derma Microtech to find out more.

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