Losing several strands of hair a day is just normal. In fact, you can lose up to 150 strands in a day. Losing more than that number is considered abnormal. However, there are still many individuals who suffer from the problem. Hence, hair loss treatments are now in demand.
Alpha Micropigmentation in Las Vegas notes that hair loss treatment, including full micropigmentation, is now worth $12 billion. That’s how many people opt for hair loss treatments. These options will help prevent hair thinning or stimulate hair growth.
Here are the most common hair loss treatments today.
Hair Loss Supplements
One of the most sought-after hair growth products today are supplements containing biotin. It’s a water-soluble vitamin, also known as vitamin B7.
Many doctors recommend biotin for hair loss because it blocks Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a hormone that causes 95% of hair loss in both men and women.
Scalp micropigmentation or full micropigmentation is a modern hair loss treatment. It’s a non-invasive treatment wherein pigments are accurately applied to the scalp, to copy the natural appearance of real hair follicles.
Another way to treat hair loss is through laser. In this treatment, specific combs or brushes emit laser light to stimulate hair growth. But, since these are medical instruments, only professionals are recommended to conduct the treatment.
Hair loss is a pesky problem to solve. In fact, millions of people still experience hair loss. Many of them might feel ashamed of the problem. But, with the right knowledge of the possible treatment options, they can combat the condition. Hair loss is a common problem, and these treatments are recommended to restore one’s self-confidence.”
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Alpha Micropigmentation is a premier scalp micropigmentation (SMP) clinic in Las Vegas. We have been in the beauty and aesthetics industry for over 25 years. In that time we have watched the number of scalp micropigmentation companies grow quite rapidly but have resisted entering the market because our opinion was that the technology and equipment were not where it needed to be to provide results that we would be satisfied with.