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Hairloss-tricopigmentation

Needless to say, the first symptoms that suggest alopecia are frightening and not a little. This is because there are so many people who suffer from it and who hope not to go bald.

Baldness is, in fact, a problem that also brings with it psychological discomfort that must always be taken into account. It is not easy, in fact, to try to accept the situation, since the hypothesis of remaining without hair is likely.

In this regard, one must always remember that not only men of a certain age suffer from alopecia. Women can suffer from it as well, and it is possible that the problem occurs even shortly after the age of 20 or so.

But what should be done about it? Among the many solutions that are regularly proposed to those suffering from alopecia, there are those that work and those that, instead, have decidedly poorer results.

 

Hide alopecia with tricopigmentation

When talking about a cure for alopecia that is, at the same time, effective and, above all, minimally invasive, one thinks of tricopigmentation. Unlike the more classic hair transplants, tricopigmentation is a compromise solution. A respectable result without, however, the pain of transplantation.

For some years now, therefore, those who want to regain the perception of a flowing and healthy hair, also has this opportunity. What is it and what are the hallmarks of tricopigmentation? Answering these questions is important, as it allows you to understand that this is an excellent treatment for those who do not want to remain bald.

It must, therefore, begin by emphasizing that this is nothing more than a treatment of an aesthetic nature, which allows you to go to cover what are thinning hair due to baldness and alopecia. It is an optical effect because, specifically, are “drawn” the hair where they are missing with a kind of tattoo performed with safe pigments, specific techniques and specially designed equipment.

Are used materials of the highest quality, the effect is completely natural and, above all, the color is identical to that of existing hair. The result, therefore, will be absolutely natural and not obvious. The pigment is injected, through a dermograph, into the skin and this means that the difference between hair and treated area is imperceptible.

Excellent solution, then: minimally invasive, painless, similar to a tattoo. But how long does dermopigmentation last? At this point we must make a small premise, trying to answer the question in the best possible way. Here, then, that we must emphasize that to get a good result should be made at least 3 sessions from the average duration of 3 hours each. Much also depends on the dermis, the pigment and the skills of the expert who performs the treatment but one thing is certain: a single session is totally insufficient.

The treatment must be repeated and this is because it is similar to a tattoo and, just like this, tends to fade. The period of time between one treatment and another varies according to one’s needs and, above all, to the effect one wishes to achieve. It ranges from twice a year to a touch up every 2 or 3 years depending on the needs of the subject in question.