You’ve probably heard of hair transplant surgeries and medication that’s supposed to help you get over your hair issues—but have you heard of a more non-invasive and simpler procedure?
It’s called scalp micro pigmentation, and it works regardless of what might be causing your hair loss.
Which could be any of these reasons. . .
It’s in the Genes
You know how they say you can’t choose your relatives, but you can choose your friends? It’s pretty much the same equivalence when it comes to hair loss.
You can’t choose your genes, but you can choose to visit a scalp micro pigmentation center (we provide the service for both men and women!) to address the issue.
Because you see, most of the time, it’s your genes that are at the root of the problem. If you’re losing hair at a quicker pace than you should go look at some photos of your mom or dad from when they were your age. It might run in the family.
Dihydrotestosterone is hard to pronounce and easy to hate—after all, it’s this bad guy (also called DHT) which is largely responsible for hair loss in men. DHT affects hair follicles and makes them shrink … and shrink … and shrink. You get the drill. Your hair keeps getting thinner and thinner until it just. . . stops growing and falls off.
Other Factors that Affect Hair Growth and Volume
Of course, there will always be some habits or some medical reasons for the problem.
Smoking, for example, isn’t just bad for your lungs, but also for your hair, as many studies suggest. Alcohol is yet another culprit—and trust us, drinking in order to forget you’re losing hair doesn’t work when drinking is causing the problem. Some medications and a bad diet can also cause hair loss.
It’s time we talk about the biggest elephant in the room: Time itself.
Scientists have already told us that hair thins as we age and many studies corroborate this. The science of aging purports that it’s either enzyme inhibitors or something else, but that no concrete culprit for thinning hair has been discovered. Similarly, no permanent treatment for hair loss has surfaced.
What You Get Out of it
And why should you do it? For starters:
- You Look Better: There’s no use trying to sugarcoat this. People do look better with thicker than with thinner hair. Why do you think hair stylists advise you ruffle your hair? So that it can look fuller!
- You’re More Confident: We might prattle on about looks being secondary and all that, but deep down we all know that less-than-socially-acceptable beauty standards make us insecure. We lose confidence in ourselves, we might subject ourselves into self-isolation, and we might even develop depression. All of this is bad news.
Sometimes, it’s just time—time to pick up that phone and give Delaware Scalp Micropigmentation a call at 302-292-0380.
We might not be able to grow your hair back—no one can do that—but we do make your hair look thicker, fuller, and better.