The end result is very dramatic and quite an improvement
New York, New York (PRWEB) September 03, 2015
A New York man recently diagnosed with Alopecia chose a unique cosmetic treatment called Scalp Micropigmentation to disguise his bald patches. Foregoing many of the common treatment options for Alopecia, Marco decided to try Scalp Micropigmentation, which is a new form of cosmetic tattooing that replicates small hair follicles in the bald areas of the scalp.
A native Chilean, now residing in New York, Marco was accustomed to a full head of hair into his 40s. But after noticing patches of hair falling out in the shower, he soon found himself with a diagnosis of Alopecia Areata, a condition that creates large bald patches throughout the scalp. Unlike traditional hair loss, the pattern of Alopecia is irregular and results in spotty, eye-catching bald areas.
“Alopecia cases can be challenging, but with scalp micropigmentation we can artistically create the look of short hair in all of the bald areas, eliminating the severity of the patches,” say Matthew Iulo, Lead Specialist at Scalp Micro USA, the clinic that performed Marco’s treatment. “The end result is very dramatic and quite an improvement,” he goes on to say.
Unimpressed with many of the traditional treatments for the Alopecia condition, Marco became fascinated with the results of Scalp Micropigmentation he saw online and in hair loss forums. The “hair tattoo” uses micro-needles and cosmetic pigment to recreate the look of a single hair follicle within the skin. Applied throughout the bald areas the treatment is able to create a look of close-buzzed hair.
“I am amazed by what the hair tattoo procedure was able to do for my scalp…I don’t catch as many stares as I used to,” said Marco after his treatment. The results of his procedure at Scalp Micro USA have helped diminish the bald patches and have created a more even and full looking head of “hair”.
Scalp Micro USA, located in New York, is a leading provider of the Scalp Micropigmentation hair loss procedure in the United States. Owned by a former recipient of the procedure himself, Matthew Iulo has treated over 2,500 hair loss sufferers around the country.