Women lose hair naturally. A person usually loses 50-100 hairs a day, often without noticing it. Usually, losing your hair is not a cause for concern, but sometimes it can be a sign of something more serious.
Hair loss in women can be caused by a variety of factors. Medications, stress and nutritional deficiencies are some of the most common triggers, and childbirth and menopause can also cause it. It is possible for any imbalance in the body to cause hair loss or accelerate hair loss.
Many women with diffuse thinning and low hair density can benefit from scalp micropigmentation (SMP). Female hair loss, including alopecia, can often be treated with scalp micropigmentation, which gives women renewed confidence.
There have been many times over the years that I have seen clients undergo alternative hair loss treatments that promised cures but delivered nothing but false hope, adding to the anxiety the client already had. There is no social neutrality to hair loss in women as there is in men. It can be devastating for women to lose their hair.
Providing a more than skin-deep aesthetic service is the hallmark of SMP of Austin. Unless scalp micropigmentation is a suitable solution to your problem, we will be honest and advise against it.
SMP is not a cure, but it is a fantastic solution for those with thinning or low density hair. By adding pigment between the hair, thinning areas can be camouflaged, creating an illusion of density. SMP camouflages areas with less hair and reduces contrast between hair and skin, similar to applying makeup to the scalp.
Interested in Scalp Micropigmentation Treatment?
Our SMP of Austin clinic is the only international accredited clinic in Austin for scalp micropigmentation. With the best scalp micropigmentation treatment in Austin, our practitioners have been trained by the very best and you will get the best bald spot coverage for women in Austin, TX. Founders and developers of SMP have built the business into what it is today, and have also become top trainers. In addition, SMP of Austin employs the only female intentionally accredited in the state.