Suffering in silence with hair loss? Hair loss can be something up to 80% of men will experience by the time they reach 50, and up to 40% of women can experience it by the time they hit 40, so it's not as uncommon as you might think. For some, the idea of having hair restoration surgery can be a daunting prospect, and not just because of the potential expense, but the discomfort, downtime and potential risks can all be just that bit too much. Extensive surgery might not always be necessary, as, for many people, the hair can thin in small or certain areas, and an invasive procedure may well be overkill. Permanent scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is becoming more and more popular as a solution for both male and female hair loss and scalp scar camouflage. In London alone, the demand for SMP is on the increase, year on year. At Velvet Pigmentation Clinic in London and Brighton, we offer you the very best in scalp micropigmentation if you are investing in your future scalp appearance and want a first-class treatment in professional, comfortable surroundings.
So, what is scalp micropigmentation?
SMP is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment that offers a permanent solution to the appearance of pattern baldness. A precision microneedle is used to deposit tiny amounts of natural pigment into the scalp, representing your hair follicles. This technique can mimic a shaven head and bring a receding hairline forward when the hair is worn as shaven exceptionally well. SMP can also help give the appearance of 'thicker' hair for those who have a thinning parting, crown, or all over but wear their hair longer.
How much does permanent scalp micropigmentation cost?
However, SMP still compares favourably to surgical solutions such as FUE, FUT, hair systems, pills, and topical lotions, which tend not to be extremely successful in the long term. At Velvet Pigmentation Clinic, we offer a range of ways to pay for your treatment: Card, Transfer, cash or even Paypal. Every client is an individual, and to give you an accurate estimate for your treatment; we would need to examine your individual case in a pre-treatment consultation in clinic or via zoom consultation. To give you some idea of what you can expect to invest in scalp micropigmentation, a hairline reconstruction could start from around £800, A full head procedure can cost between £1750 and £2500, and a full head alopecia treatment could cost between £2500 and £3200. The thing to remember is that with SMP, the treatment will last many years, with only the requirement for reduced-price top-up treatments every 3 to 5 years or if your hair loss worsens. These costs, spread across the time the results can last, is worth the initial outlay and is easily manageable with our finance offerings.
Protecting your investment in scalp micropigmentation
Like all advanced cosmetic treatments, you get what you pay for with scalp micropigmentation. There are plenty of practitioners offering this treatment who do not have the many years' expertise, state-of-the-art technology, or the high-quality pigments that we use here at Velvet, so some establishments may boast much cheaper pricing. However, beware, as this treatment is permanent, and should you decide on a cut-price procedure, you may end up with a less than favourable or even disastrous results. In turn, this could mean having to pay out for laser removal procedures and further SMP to attempt to correct and repair the damage! Our motto is "Pay cheap, pay twice"! Permanent scalp micropigmentation can make a massive difference to the lives of those who undergo this treatment and can restore confidence for those who have been affected by hair loss, for whatever reason and can be much more cost-effective than invasive surgical procedures. Just ensure that you choose a highly skilled technician from a reputable clinic, and you'll achieve those amazing, natural-looking results that could transform your looks for good! For information on scalp micropigmentation costs in London and Brighton, or to book a no-obligation consultation with one of our experts, contact Velvet Pigmentation Clinic on 0203 633 1830.