While hair fall is a common phenomenon regardless of gender, the issue is more prevalent among men. Some men start to shed hair rapidly in their 20s, with their hairline receding significantly. It’s assumed that it’s the cause of malnutrition or stress, which can lead to telogen effluvium or stress-induced hair fall and inability of hair to grow. Here’s what actually happens:
Hair Fall Explained
The medical term for hair fall is alopecia. Alopecia is hereditary, and something that happens on its own regardless of a change of diet or physical effects on the body. There are multiple patterns of hair fall that can take place, with the most common one being the hair starting to shed off of the top of the head to expose bare skin. If there’s a history of premature baldness in your family, the likelihood of you losing your hair is high.
Receding hairlines are an effect of alopecia as well. The illusion of a larger forehead may appear, but is simply the shedding of hair from the front of the head. Another common style is the Widow’s Peak, which causes a sharp V-like figure to form from the hair shedding off the sides on the forehead. If someone in your family had a receding hairline, there’s a chance that you may have a similar outcome in the long run.
Dealing With The Problem
One of the optimal solutions for a receding hairline is SMP hair treatment. Scalp micropigmentation is one of the safest hair treatments on the market, as it does not involve any surgery and has a guarantee of success. Rather than trying to plant follicles on the head or inject blood, scalp micropigmentation relies on depositing pigments on the scalp to give the illusion of fuller hair. The pigments are safe for use on the skin and have no side-effects.
Delaware Scalp Micropigmentation is aiming to change people’s lives, giving them back their lost confidence and self-esteem with hair micropigmentation for men and women. After consultation for the first time, we discuss your requirements and any concerns, followed by 3 sessions that help us build a foundation and give you a dense, textured look of hair on your scalp while redesigning your hairline to suit you best. If you have any concerns or queries, reach out to us today.