How much does Scalp Micro-pigmentation for Women cost?

HPT® scalp micro-pigmentation treatment will vary by patient depending on your level of hair loss and the area to be treated. As a guide, HPT® scalp micro-pigmentation treatments for women range from £1,250 (Type 1 loss) to £3,500 (Type 3 loss).

The Ludwig Scale is a formal measurement of hair loss for Women. We advise looking through that and understanding your hair loss as the first step in your journey.

We would always prefer to talk to our potential patients first to get a better understanding of your hair loss history and your expectations of the treatment. This way we are better placed to ascertain if HPT® scalp micro-pigmentation is the right hair loss solution for you.

 

However, if you’re looking for a quick estimate for the cost of treatment please feel free to send us a photo of your hair loss to info@hair-ink.co.uk and we will reply with an estimate for your HPT® scalp micro-pigmentation treatment.

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How much does HPT® cost?

HPT® scalp micro-pigmentation treatment will vary by patient depending on your level of hair loss and the area to be treated. As a guide, HPT® scalp micro-pigmentation treatments for women range from £1,250 (Type 1 loss) to £3,500 (Type 3 loss).

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We would always prefer to talk to our potential patients first to get a better understanding of your hair loss history and your expectations of the treatment. This way we are better placed to ascertain if HPT® scalp micro-pigmentation is the right hair loss solution for you.

 

However, if you’re looking for a quick estimate for the cost of treatment please feel free to send us a photo of your hair loss to info@hair-ink.co.uk and we will reply with an estimate for your HPT® scalp micro-pigmentation treatment.

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Hair loss measurement

The Ludwig scale is the generally accepted standard when describing and measuring the extent of female hair loss and uses 3 different classifications:

Type 1

In this stage, hair loss is considered to be mild. Most women may have difficulty noticing that hair loss has occurred, as the frontal hairline remains relatively unaffected. Hair loss may occur on the top and front of the scalp. Such hair loss may be noticeable when the hair is parted down the center of the scalp, as more and more scalp will become visible over time.

Type 2

This type of hair loss is considered moderate. In this stage, women may notice each of the following: Thinning, shedding, general decrease in volume, and a center part that continues to widen over time. Depending on the severity, a hair transplant procedure may be a viable option for women who exhibit a Type 2 classification.

Type 3

This is the final and most extreme classification of female hair loss. In this stage, hair is so thin that it has difficulty camouflaging the scalp, rendering it visible to the naked eye. This may be worsened by a number of factors, including hair miniaturization, progressive thinning, and extensive loss.

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