Tiger Woods’ Battle With Hair Loss
Many know the personal life of Tiger Woods for his various scandals and drama outside of golf. But lesser known is his battle with hair loss throughout his outstanding career. The 43-year-old’s hair loss becomes especially evident when looking at photos from the golf tournaments in which he has participated throughout the decades.
Following his Masters’ win in April of this year, Tiger had a very candid sense of humor in the press conference, remarking that achieving feats such as winning his fifth Masters’ “is hard,” leading to his balding. While the stress of a pro golfing career combined with Woods’ issues off of the green may certainly have contributed to Tiger’s increasingly apparent hair loss, age also often plays a major role in male pattern baldness.
Tiger Woods is not alone in his struggle with hair loss as he ages. Many men in America go through the same issues of male pattern baldness. Luckily, there are solutions that are long-lasting, without the harmful effects of harsh chemicals and constant need for retreatments that many other solutions include.
One cosmetic solution, known as scalp micropigmentation, has given thousands of men a fuller-looking head of hair without major side effects or incessant retreatment. Scalp micropigmentation works by injecting small amounts of pigment into the skin. Treatment is generally accomplished in 2-3 sessions, spaced one week apart, and the side effects are minimal both during and immediately after the treatment.
For men who face thinner heads of hair, the procedure can help to provide a fuller-looking head of hair. While for bald men, injecting pigment into the scalp can provide a freshly shaven look all of the time.
Hair loss and male pattern baldness can affect all of us, even the world’s most accomplished golfer. To learn more about scalp micropigmentation and to see if the procedure would be a good fit for your hair loss case, contact the experts of Hairline Ink at 585-250-0835 or by starting a chat with an online representative here on our website.