Trichopigmentation

A modern, fast and painless solution to the problem of hair loss is a procedure of trichopigmentation also known as scalp micropigmentation.

Optimally suited to men and women who want to mask complete or partial hair loss, get rid of bald patches, hide scars from injuries and operations in the zone of hair growth; and, therefore, to regain self-confidence and comfort.

This unique procedure is based on the technology of inserting pigment into the upper layers of the scalp with a special thin needle, which allows for the imitation of the appearance of hair follicles or individual hairs. A specialist manually draws on every hair, given the hairline, color and density of hair, so that the result looks as natural as possible.

The pigment used during the procedure is developed specifically for trichopigmentation, has the characteristics of a medical product, is certified and does not cause allergic reactions. Due to the fact that the pigment is designed specifically for this procedure, it does not fade or bleed. The color range of the pigment is very wide, which allows you to select the color for the area that requires treatment as accurately as possible.

The cost and duration of the procedure are determined individually based on the size of the area that requires treatment.

When is the procedure necessary
  • For eliminating the effects of partial and complete alopecia (hair loss and balding).
  • For correcting the hairline.
  • For giving the hair the appearance of density and volume if your hair is too thin and sparse.
  • For getting rid of bald patches on the temples, the crown and on the frontal lobe or for correction of the proportions of a face with a large forehead.
Benefits:
  • Confidence in your appearance 24 hours a day 365 days a year, regardless of the circumstances and location (nature, swimming pool, gym, sea, etc.).
  • Fast results without surgical intervention or complex medical manipulation.
  • No need for the use of unreliable shampoos and powders.
  • The client is in full control of the process and the result: together with a specialist he determines the shade of the pigment, coordinates the sketch(determines the hairline, the visual density, the transition from one zone to another, etc.).
  • The procedure can be conducted alongside a course of hair loss treatment.
  • The procedure is painless (a local anaesthetic cream is used).
  • The procedure is completely safe and sterile.
  • The duration of results – from 1 to 2 years (depending on the individual characteristics of the body).
Examples of procedure:
Stages of the procedur:

 

  • 1. step

    Pre-procedure free consultation
    to assess the state of the camouflage zone
    (ideally - full-time, possible - correspondence by
    photo, through the phone messengers
    and social networks)

  • 2. stage

    Selection of medical pigment
    individually under the skin
    specific patient.

  • 3. stage

    Anesthesia of the affected area

  • 4. stage

    Process Procedure

  • 5. stage

    Post-treatment treatment

How to prepare for the procedure?:

There is a number of recommendations before the procedure, which must be completed for its optimal implementation and quality result afterwards.

  • Trichopigmentation can be conducted only if the scalp is not inflamed. It should not have: rashes, inflammatory foci, sunburn, wounds.
  • 10 days before the procedure, refrain from taking blood-thinning (aspirin, etc.) and vasoconstrictor drugs.
  • For two weeks before and after the procedure, antibiotics should not be taken, otherwise the body will reject the pigment.
  • 10 days before the procedure, refrain from sunbathing and indoor tanning (if you have a bright intense sunburn, you will only be able to schedule an appointment after your skin returns to its natural shade, which will allow the specialist to select the correct pigment tone).
  • Do not consume alcohol 24 hours before the procedure, as well as stimulating drinks (coffee, strong tea, caffeinated products, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, energy drinks), refrain from using skincare products, hair growth serums, and do not consume heavy, spicy food. All these factors contribute to the thinning of blood, which can lead to lymph secretion, difficulties for the specialist and complications during healing.
  • Do not smoke 2 hours before the procedure.

Absolute contraindications

  1. Subfebrile and high temperature.
  2. A period of exacerbation of any illness.
  3. Blood disorders: Von Willebrand disease, haemophilia, hypertension, decompensated diabetes mellitus.
  4. Predisposition towards keloid scars.
  5. Oncological diseases.
  6. ARI, URTI, acute inflammatory diseases, initial stages of the common cold.
  7. Epilepsy.
  8. Asthma.
  9. Hepatitis, HIV, AIDS.
  10. The presence of unknown neoplasms, especially in the areas where the procedure will be conducted.
  11. Mental disorders.
  12. Surgical operations, plastic surgery and subcutaneous infiltration in the period of stabilisation (1-6 months).
  13. Diabetes mellitus in an insulin-dependent form.
  14. Chemo/radio therapy.

Relative contraindications:

  1. Allergy and hypersensitivity to components of the pigment.
  2. Dermatitis, acute pyoderma, and psoriasis in the areas where the procedure will be conducted.
  3. Weakened immunity, rehabilitation period after surgical and cosmetic operations.
  4. Consumption of corticosteroids, strong antibiotics, anticoagulants, retinoids (possible scarring, delayed healing), vitamins and dietary supplements, alcohol.
  5. Pregnancy and lactation period (first 4 months). It is not recommended to undergo permanent makeup procedures in the first trimester. In the second and third trimesters and the lactation period, the procedure may be conducted only with the permission of a doctor in the case that the client will easily tolerate the procedure (as in no pain-relieving medication will be needed).

 

Aftercare

The quality of the final result after the procedure is 50% dependent on competent post-procedural care with the help of recommended medications and hygiene rules.

A heightened colour intensity on the treated area may persist for 7-10 days, then the area will lighten and become optimally close to the desired colour, which was originally chosen in the form of a pigment.

  • After the procedure, the skin must be treated with chlorhexidine or Corsodyl for the duration of the healing period – 7-10 days.
  • Do not allow your head to come into contact with water for the duration of the first 3 days.
  • For the duration of 7-10 days following the procedure do not sunbathe and do not apply makeup to the affected area.
  • Do not take long baths, thermal procedures, including the sauna and the swimming pool, for the duration of at least two weeks after the procedure.
  • Avoid physical impact on the healing area. Do not touch! Do not itch! Do not peel!
  • More information is available in the "Pamphlet on aftercare for micropigmentation procedures", which the client receives along with other documentation prior to the procedure.

To achieve the required quality and greater durability of the dermapigmentation, 1-2 additional correction procedures should be carried out with recommended intervals of 1-3 months. The procedure is considered incomplete without correction.

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