SMP for 

Women

While slowly changing, women have long associated hair as an integral part of their femininity and beauty. When a woman begins to experience hair loss, it is pretty stressful. The reasons for hair loss in women have to do with hormonal fluctuations, stress, medical condition, alopecia and sometimes genetics. Many women notice hair line recession after menopause. Unless the condition is alopecia, it is less likely for women to experience full hair loss and more likely that they see recession at the hair line or thinning over the entire head. When this is the case, our artists build hair density in and around the affected area(s), with a focus on eliminating the appearance of the scalp. When done this way, a woman can continue to style her hair as she likes and go on to live a busy life without worry about the thinning hair being noticeable. Should her hair loss reverse, as it often will, the treatment simply blends with the regrowth and there is no harm to the skin or impact on the follicles. In fact, the act of SMP sometimes can stimulate some follicles into regrowth when the hair loss is not permanent.  

Benefits of

Scalp Micropigmentation

How SMP

Works

SMP for women works the same in that the artist precisely tattoos individual hair follicles onto the scalp. As the treatment areas are usually smaller in size, fewer treatments are required. The work is long lasting, affordable and the only hair loss remedy for women that does not involve daily, and costly, medication.

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Here are some examples of how effective SMP for ladies can be!

BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATION 

WITH MASTER ARTIST RAY DIAZ, RN

Contact us for your free, no obligation consultation. Privately, discuss your specific questions and concerns and determine if Scalp Micropigmentation is right for you. Let’s start the conversation – you have nothing to lose and your restored hairline and confidence to gain!

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