SPONSORED: New York’s HIS Hair Clinic fights baldness with needle and ink

Examples of the Scalp Micropigmentation treatment.
Examples of the Scalp Micropigmentation treatment.

Over 50 percent of men will see their luscious locks thin or disappear by age 50.  For men looking to stop the slow departure of their hairlines, there have been very few solutions that are effective and permanent. But for those men not ready to embrace the Mr. Clean look just yet, there is hope…

HIS Hair Clinic has developed a truly innovative and unique solution for the follicle challenged.  They have been “redesigning hair loss” using a treatment called Scalp Micro-pigmentation (SMP).  The procedure is able to effectively replicate the look of a closely cropped hair (think Vin Diesel or Pitbull) by using ink to mimic tiny, stubble-like follicles.

“The treatment will give a guy the instant appearance of a fuller head of hair.  We can restore the hairline to the exact specifications of the client, while also filling in any thinning areas and erasing the dreaded ‘horseshoe’ in the back of the head,” says Matt Iulo, Director and former client of HIS.  He states they can treat men of any age and all stages of hair loss.

“SMP is also very effective at camouflaging the large surgical scars received from prior transplant procedures,” he goes on to say.

Unlike traditional hair transplants or wigs, the HIS treatment is non-invasive and requires no surgery, which is good news for men that don’t have the luxury of taking weeks off from work at a time.  SMP uses a cosmetic approach that in the end achieves an immediate, natural, and stylish appearance for the client.

HIS Hair Clinic operates dedicated facilities across the U.S. with highly trained practitioners that are capable of delivering a wide range of styles – from fresh cut modern looks to more subtle receded styles.   To find out more information on how to end your hair loss woes, head to www.hishairclinic.com.

Content written and provided by HIS Hair Clinic, a paid advertising client.

 



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