The Whitney Center for Permanent Cosmetics Specializes in the Paramedical Application of Tattooing for Sufferers of Alopecia; Changing Lives in the Process

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With over 4 million persons who suffer with Alopecia, the impact of this condition cannot be ignored. While many become conditioned to the stares and comments that accompany their condition, others who choose to have a paramedical application of tattooing to disguise their condition, are able to face the world with renewed self-confidence.

I just wanted to for your support and incredible artistry! I am absolutely thrilled with how my eyebrows turned out. My only regret is not having done this earlier.

The Whitney Center of Permanent Cosmetics has enhanced their paramedical service offerings to include eyelash and eyebrow micropigmentation for sufferers of Alopecia. Sufferers of Alopecia Areata Universalis, a disease that causes rapid hair loss of all facial and body hair, have to deal with the discomfort and inconveniences that result from the absence of all facial and body hair each day.

Alopecia Areata Universalis is the second most common hair loss disease with about 4 million sufferers throughout the world, yet its exact cause remains unknown. While many doctors speculate that the condition is caused by an autoimmune disorder, there is now evidence linking Alopecia to a particular gene as well. The disease can strike at any age and has no known cure. In most cases, the disorder cannot be controlled.

These facts are gut-wrenching to Alopecia sufferers and their loved ones who simply seek a normal life. It is no surprise that Alopecia sufferers often feel self-conscious about their appearance. Some sufferers of the disorder say the stares and rude comments of strangers can make them feel “freakish” and many become reluctant to participate in social activities.

Melany Whitney and the professionals at the Whitney Center help individuals suffering from Alopecia regain their confidence each day. Using a paramedical application of cosmetic tattooing that men, women, and even children with Alopecia can benefit from; Melany Whitney works to restore the look of hair where there was none before.

Where hair has stopped growing, the skin becomes thickened and requires a skilled paramedical tattooing expert to deliver the right amount of pigment to achieve natural looking results. Melany Whitney also tattoos individual eyebrow “hairs” into their proper position, creating perfectly-shaped eyebrows that look three-dimensional and natural. She uses individual feather strokes to create the look of fuller eyelashes where eyelashes were previously sparse or absent, allowing her patients to look as awake as they feel once again.

For many Alopecia sufferers, The Whitney Center’s techniques have been absolutely life changing. Our founder, Melany Whitney, does more for her patients than just restoring the look of natural hair. She also restores their confidence, allowing them to feel human and whole once again.

Melany Whitney’s reputation as one of the nation’s most accomplished and artistic practitioners of the paramedical application of micropigmentation has led to professional associations with the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City and prominent plastic surgeons in NYC, NY, NJ, and South Florida. She is known for her trademark areola tattooing with a 3-D “illusion of protrusion”. Melany maintains a busy private practice, is an inspiring speaker who has been featured as an industry expert, appeared on the NBC Today Show, been interviewed on all the major news networks, and has appeared on the Dr. Oz Show. Melany Whitney is available for interviews about restoring a natural looking appearance for those suffering from Alopecia with paramedical tattooing techniques.

Joan Freedman
The Whitney Center for Permanent Cosmetics
(551) 804-9245

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