When trying to restore lost hair, shampoo and conditioner often seem like an evident approach – you rub the stuff into your hair every day, so it should have some effect if the correct shampoo is used… right?
Were you looking to restore lost hair? Consider the right shampoo. Alpecin said their shampoo’s caffeine thickened hair, which led to a watchdog dispute. Others claim to make hormonal changes to slow down or reverse hair loss.
The fact of the matter is there is no miracle cure for hair loss. Many store-bought shampoos have yet to undergo mainstream hair-loss treatment trials. So, we can’t recommend these shampoos as treatments. Some shampoos base their claims on science, but we must clarify the results.
Shampoos are only sometimes the answer; physical treatments offer lasting results. A process known as skin micro pigmentation can help give a fuller-looking head of hair to men with thinning hair. The method also provides bald men a clean-shaven look requiring no maintenance or upkeep.
Scalp micro pigmentation uses pigment injections to mimic hair. The procedure spans 2 or 3 sessions, each about a week apart. Notably, there are no significant side effects during or after treatment.
If you are interested in quitting the shampoos that deliver false promises and you instead want results that are fast and effective, speak with the scalp micropigmentation experts of Hairline Ink today. We will be able to help you assess your needs and give you a free quote. We offer Scalp Micropigmentation in over 50 US cities. Call or text us today at 833-HAIR-INK (833-424-7465) to schedule an appointment, learn about our pricing, or get a free quote!