SMP CAN COVER ALL TYPES OF ALOPECIA
Alopecia as we know it most commonly is the absence of hair on the scalp and/or the entire body. Scientifically scalp alopecia is known as alopecia totalis and full body hair loss is called alopecia universalis. It is believed that an auto-immune condition develops and attacks the hair follicles. It can occur at any time in one’s life, can often be hereditary and may or may not be permanent. It is distressing because everything about alopecia is unpredictable and not completely understood. Other than hair loss, there are no other health issues with alopecia clients, so if they are active and busy other remedies are simply not practical.
SMP & ALOPECIA TO HELP WITH HAIR LOSS
Not surprisingly the skin of an alopecia client requires special care. It is sensitive, and more subject to damage from UV rays and environmental exposure. The scalp is home to more hair follicles and blood vessels than anywhere else on the body. As the SMP artist is to tattoo within an area of intense dermal activity, they must have a deep understanding and knowledge of the skin of the scalp, most particularly that which has been compromised by alopecia. Therefore, alopecia clients must be sure to seek out a reputable and extensively trained and experienced clinic for their SMP treatments. Alopecia is troubling enough. Do not take chances with a clinic that cannot demonstrate a vast amount of experience working with alopecia clients.
In the scalp micropigmentation industry trust is paramount, and there can be no compromise on a specialized treatment plan developed for 100 percent success and longevity.
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