SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION FOR SCAR CAMOUFLAGE..
Disguise a scar or skin area that is missing pigment or colour with Scalp Micro UK
What is Scar Camouflage?
Scalp scarring is common and usually caused by accident on surgery such as hair transplants. Some people strongly dislike the look of scarring, no matter the size, especially when they have paid for a service and are left with a large scar on the side or back of their head. There are few options for scar camouflage, but we have a great solution.
Scalp Micro UK, one of the UK’s leading Scalp micropigmentation Studios, is able to delicately deposit pigment into scar tissue and the surrounding area amongst the hair to help blend out and diminish the visibility of the scarring. By accurately matching colour and creating the look of follicles inside the scar, many clients can expect their scar camouflaged up to 85%.
What can it conceal?
- Strip Scarring
- FUE Scarring
- Plug Scarring
- Alopecia Scarring
- Accident Scarring
Scar Camouflage is Life Changing
The clients in need of scar camouflage that we see the most are those who have undergone a hair transplant. There are two types of transplants FUT and FUE.
FUT (follicular unit transplantation) scars are caused by a large section of the donor area (side or back of the head where follicles are still active) being removed so they can extract the grafts to transplant them into the areas of the scalp with no hair. Due to the amount removed, this can leave a rather sizeable linear scar of varying lengths, based on the size of the strip extracted.
FUE (follicular unit extraction) is a little different from FUT; the reason is that instead of removing a large strip to get the grafts, they remove the grafts straight from the scalp individually. FUE then leaves numerous small circular scars in the donor area. This scarring can also be visible.
If you’ve had a hair transplant and are unhappy with the visibility of your surgical scar or scars, scalp micropigmentation can help with our scar camouflage treatment. A large percentage of scalp micropigmentation clients seek the treatment to help camouflage strip and FUE scarring associated with prior hair transplants. Often these types of scars can be very visible and limit hairstyle options for the individual.
The process used for scar camouflage can sometimes have more benefits than just concealing the scar. When depositing the pigment into the scar, the needle helps your skin draw collagen to the surface, sometimes restoring health to the injured skin.