Over the years, individuals have increasingly turned to microneedling for hair regeneration and anti-aging. Professionals treat the head with a small skin roller, causing intentional minor injuries.
Anti-aging treatments mainly target collagen for smoother skin, but some evidence suggests they also benefit hair follicles. This could result in new hair growth.
The dermatologist uses a roller with tiny needles to create minor scalp injuries during treatment. After applying an anesthetic, the doctor intentionally injures the scalp to boost collagen and fortify hair follicles. Though microneedling has grown in popularity, it has notable drawbacks. Doctors don’t recommend the procedure for those who scar easily. Micro-needling might be riskier if you heal slowly or take blood thinners. Your doctor will give aftercare instructions; follow them to avoid infection risks.
For many, microneedling’s risks outweigh its benefits. Scalp micro pigmentation might be perfect for those wanting to address thinning hair or achieve a consistent bald look. Hairline Ink experts can help with hair restoration, offering a safer procedure with enduring results. Scalp micro pigmentation involves pigment injections to simulate hair appearance.
Scalp micropigmentation works by injecting small amounts of pigment into the skin, creating the appearance of hair. After the procedure, there is generally a shorter recovery time and less of an infection risk than with microneedling. 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!