Premature Hair Loss Treatment Options

September 9, 2015

Not ready to loose your hair just yet? There are many companies, treatments, medications, surgery, lotions and therapies available to help premature hair loss to try and re-grow your hair. Premature hair loss can affect both men and women but for different reasons. Hair loss and miniaturization of hair results due to hormones. Controlling these can help with controlling loosing hair further. For now, camouflaging the hair loss you have is where we can help. Here is what we have to offer at SMP Adelaide. Scalp Tattooing  – creating the illusion of hair follicles through tattooing to replicate hair follicles giving the look of a full head of hair permanently. It takes three sessions to complete the treatment process. Unlike body tattoos, the treatments are reasonably comfortable with a 0-4/10 pain score, in-fact we often have a number of clients fall asleep for part of the procedure. Results lasts differently for everyone given coverage and lifestyle factors – this will be discussed in detail at your consultation. Redness can be apparent for a few days after treatment, wearing a hat is ok to protect your head in the first few days. It is essential that you use the aftercare cream supplied with your treatment for best results and as a protections against a infections. No maintenance apart from sunblock and moisturizer – it couldn’t be simpler than that. Read all about it at

August 26, 2015

Most women who are experiencing different degrees of female hair loss search for camouflage treatments to help disguise their thinning hair. Temporary concealers normally come in one of three forms: creams, powders, or sprays. The goal of each is to minimise the contrast between scalp and hair. Let’s imagine you’ve got an important social event coming up. Maybe it’s the wedding of a close friend. You will mainly be among friends, but you are nervous about the photographs. In particular, you’re nervous about photographs that catch your bald spot in an unflattering light. On occasions when you need a little extra confidence and a spring in your step, cosmetic concealers can be a good solution. It is all about how comfortable you feel. Of course, the other advantage is that it is a low-cost alternative to other treatments and has an immediate effect. So – this sounds good, lets look at the disadvantages. While it’s the goal of any hair loss solution to enable users to feel less self-conscious about their hair loss, regular users of temporary concealers often describe feelings of anxiety, inadequacy, or fear of being “found out.” Instead of feeling freer and less anxious about their hair loss, they feel bound to limited physical activities and social situations. For example, the effect that sweat, rain or humidity can have on some product or hard-to-explain stains o