Scalp Micro Pigmentation Cost vs Various Hair Loss Treatments
For comparison, take for example the cost of a hair transplant. We see adverts for hair transplants costing around the same as a Scalp Micro Pigmentation treatment offering a set amount of grafts which can be enticing, but what about when you require double that amount of grafts? When the transplanted hair doesn’t take hold and begins to shed leaving you with thinning hair all over again, you then require repeat hair transplants with the costs spiraling much higher than first expected. If Wayne Rooney, after spending £30’000 on hair transplants is still thinning, what chance do we have?
Other hair loss solutions such as Laser caps, Tablets, Minoxidil and Hair Fibers offer minimal results if any. Laser caps will have you looking for minimal hair growth if any 6 months down the line, Tablets such as Finasteride or Propecia may slow hair loss slightly over time but still leave you with thinning hair which certainly doesn’t grow and are the side effects really worth the risk? Hair Fibers can be convincing if applied correctly, but is dodging the rain or missing out on swimming whilst on holiday really a hair loss solution? All of these treatments have an ongoing cost which may seem cheaper at first but add these costs up over the years for the rest of your life and you will see that they are far from an affordable hair loss solution. In fact post hair transplant clients make up over 30% of our client base at Scalp Studio Scotland.
This is why now, more hair loss sufferers than ever are turning to Scalp Micro Pigmentation. The results are guaranteed, with a one-off affordable cost, and once your treatment is complete you are free to swim, work out in the gym and live a perfectly normal life without the worry of hair loss whatsoever.
- Hairline Density treatment from: £350
- Density Treatment from: £700
- Top Head & Blend from: £1,200
- Full head & blend from £2,000