Alopecia Areata is a hair loss disorder. Most usually the scalp hair falls out in small round patches, but in some cases Alopecia Areata can result in total loss of hair on the head, the face and the body.
Who is affected by alopecia areata?
Alopecia affects about 1.7 percent of the population with both men and women being equally affected. Approximately 25 percent of patients have a family history of the disorder.
What causes alopecia areata?
It is considered Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease. Usually the immune system protects the body against infection and disease. The body’s immune system in an autoimmune disease mistakenly attacks some part of its own body.
It is thought in the Alopecia Areata disorder the immune system attacks the hair follicles from which the hair grows. Besides there is believed to be a genetic component in some cases and some studies have shown a link with stress.
Medical tattoo – a versatile solution to eyebrow and eyelash hair loss
If the Alopecia Areata disorder results in the loss of the eyebrows and the eyelashes medical tattoo also known as cosmetic tattooing, semi permanent make up, permanent makeup or micropigmentation can provides a long term answer to the problem.
Nature looking eyebrows can be constructed by creating the illusion of ultra fine hair strokes through the implantation of pigments into the skin.
If you have scanty or no eyelashes medical tattoo eye enhancement can give definition to the eyes either in a natural enhancement or a flattering make-up affect, that does away with the need for constant make-up re-application – and the major benefit for to medical tattooing to reconstruct the appearance of eyebrows and eyelashes is the effect never smears off the skin even though sleep, sport and the weather.
Micropigmentation (Permanent Makeup) is a non-surgical procedure consisting of cosmetic tattooing. Water-resistant, hassle-free, always fresh, smudge-proof, a time-and-money-saver, a confidence builder for everyone!