Hair loss can be an unfortunate issue for many women on birth control. For newer advancements in birth control away from the pill, such as Nexplanon, hair loss concerns can remain – is Nexplanon better than the pill for preventing hair loss?
Nexplanon is an invisible arm implant that works as birth control method. While very convenient, it does not come without some side effects.
1-10% of Nexplanon users experience alopecia. Like many birth control methods, Nexplanon can cause telogen effluvium due to hormonal changes. Some genetically predisposed women might experience more hair loss with Nexplanon. While hair loss should stop once you’ve ceased using birth control, many don’t regain their original hair strength.
For these women, hair loss can be incredibly stressful. While many solutions out there promise to restore hair — from shampoos to supplements — very few have proven, lasting results.
Luckily, a process known as skin micro pigmentation can create a fuller-looking head of hair for women who have faced telogen effluvium or other types of alopecia (hair loss). Professionals tailor pigment injections to each client’s needs. The injected pigment gives hair a fuller appearance. Our professionals usually accomplish this treatment in 2-3 weekly sessions.
Many have found confidence in their hair again with the help of scalp micropigmentation. 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!