Scalp Micropigmentation Testimonial featured on Channel 4’s Bodyshockers Part 2

Scalp Micropigmentation Testimonial featured on Channel 4’s Bodyshockers Part 2


Hi. My name’s Arem. I’m 29. I’m from Bradford. For a living, I work at
[INAUDIBLE] full-time, and I am a model
part-time as well. So I started to lose my hair
in my early 20s, I’d say. I used to have really
long, curly hair. And then it just started
to get a lot thinner. So there’s a lot of
things I’ve tried. I’ve tried laser hair
treatment that didn’t work. I’ve tried the sprays,
the gels, the shampoos, just nothing seemed to work. And massive confidence issue. And just paranoid on
sort of nights out, lad’s holidays, things like
that, when most of the men have got a full head of
hair and I’ve not got any. And I’ve tried the
laser hair treatment. I did that for 12 months. That’s not worked. If anything, it’s made it
worse than it was before. I’ve tried the
gels, the shampoos, and I’ve also tried the
spray-on hair, which is all right for a quick fix. But it just makes
you too paranoid because if it rains or you
sweat, or anything like that. You can’t go in the pool,
can’t have a shower. It’s just not practical
for me, really. Found out about Skalp on Google. I did some research on the
actual treatment itself, and a few came up. And I read the reviews
on Skalp, and it sounded like the best one to go for. And so I rang up, and booked
in for a free consultation. And I was a bit nervous because
I’ve never had a tattoo before, and I’ve got phobia of needles. So this treatment wasn’t the
best idea for me, really. But when it did come down,
they put my mind at rest. The guys down at Skalp
were brilliant and answered all the questions I had, and
reassured me that it would look fantastic once it’s finished. So after your
first consultation, they actually take a picture
of you as you are now. And then a couple
of days later, they send you a picture of
what you would like once the treatment’s finished. And that’s kind of
sealed the deal for me, because once I saw
a picture of what I would look like with
hair, it was brilliant because obviously I hadn’t
had a hairline for that long. You forget what you
actually would look like. Then you come for your
first treatment, which they put your hairline in. And you have your first
four hours of treatment. You leave that week,
and you come back for the second session, which
is, again, up to four hours. And then after
that, you’d leave it sort of six to eight weeks,
so it’s kind of settled down, and get used to your skin. And then you come back for
your final third treatment. So with me never having a tattoo
before, and phobia of needles, obviously the first
session was quite scary. But you don’t actually
see the needle, anyway. And I wouldn’t describe
it as painful, either. It’s just more
annoying that you’ve got to sit there for
a long length of time. But I’d just subscribe it as a
small pinprick, really, not– I wouldn’t say painful at all. I’ve had three treatments
now, but the third treatment that had– because the psoriasis
had flared up. The actual ink didn’t take to my
head, so it was pushing it out. So I think I do have to
have a fourth session, just to finish it off. But to anyone that’s got any
doubts or anything like that, I recommend, just
definitely go for it. It’s life-changing. And you’ll feel so
much better after it. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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