Did you know that the majority of people will have grey hair by the time they are 50 years old? Many of these people will also start to experience balding and the loss of hair in certain areas by this age as well. Luckily there are various treatment options that can restore hair and give you an improved appearance. Chances are, if you are going grey and losing hair, you are probably looking for a treatment option that can help. There are options such as Rogaine (minoxidil), DHT shampoos, biotin vitamins along with more extreme solutions such as hair transplants. The majority of the over-the-counter solutions must be used forever once started, people that stop treatments such as Rogaine Hair Loss Treatment will begin to experience hair loss and balding again.
At Ink 2 Scalp, we specialize in Scalp Micropigmentation, a hair loss treatment option that has quickly started to grow in popularity. SMP is proven to be a helpful and effective technique. The cost of this treatment varies according to the stage you're in the Norwood Scale. Today, we will be discussing whether doing SMP and having grey hair are safe and a good match and whether or not this solution may be the right treatment for you. About Scalp Micropigmentation Scalp Micropigmentation is a unique hair loss treatment that has quickly become a very popular option in Canada. During Scalp Micropigmentation treatment in Whitby, we use specialized ink, microneedles and a technique known as pointillism to create the appearance of a fuller head of hair. Each micro-impression is created to mimic a shaved hair follicle, giving the illusion that there is more hair on the scalp than there really is. Color Matching Scalp Micropigmentation When it comes to Scalp Micropigmentation we are able to customize and color match the ink we use to ensure its a precise match for your hair color. For those that suffer from hair loss and grey hair, we simply use lighter ink tones to match with your existing follicles. Wondering what happens if you start to go grey after your SMP treatment? SMP actually lightens naturally over time and requires touch-ups about every 4-6 years depending upon how you care for your scalp following treatment. It is a treatment that is meant to age with the client. Over time we easily adjust the color of your custom blended ink, at our touch up sessions, to continue to match your changing hair color, so whether you have blonde hair, brown hair, red or black hair or even if you are going grey, we have ink to match.
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