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Skalp Micro-Pigmentation & Women Hair Loss

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 Skalp™ Micropigmentation for Women Hair Loss

Back about 10 years ago, women hair loss was a topic that rarely gets discussed as a mainstream subject in the medical world. With the help of the internet and social media, it is now a generally accepted fact that women too can suffer from hair loss and thinning hair.

The psychological impact of baldness on women is many times more traumatic as women are often perceived by the general public to have a full head of hair throughout their entire lives. Baldness can have a far greater impact on a woman's self esteem and confidence.  

The NHS in UK estimates that around eight million women in the UK are experiencing hair loss to some degree. Among some of the possible causes are increase use of prescription medications, stress, hormones, excessive use of hair products, diet, pregnancy as well as environmental factors. 

Scalp Micropigmentation for Women

Skalp™ Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a medical hairline tattoo – during the treatment process, natural pigments are applied by an experienced Skalp practitioner to the second epidermal layer of the scalp to replicate and blend with real hair follicles and strands. By incorporating different shades and pigment tones, the specialists at Skalp are able to subtly simulate real hair density for women with hair loss and thinning hair. 

Because hair loss normally expresses in the form of diffuse thinning in women, scalp micro-pigmentation pigments can be particularly effective in creating the illusion of density and thickness for women when the pigments are applied in-between the patient's existing hair.


Of course, not every person is a good candidate for Scalp Micropigmentation procedure. It is important to do thorough research before making a decision. Contact the professionals at Skalp Hair Clinic for a FREE no obligation consultation. Find out what are your options, treatment details and the approximate cost etc. No Cost, No Fee, No Obligation.