Trichopigmentation, Dermopigmentation, reversible and natural

  • No surgery
  • Suitable for non surgical cases
  • For all types of baldness
  • Shaved effect or added density

1. What is tricopigmentation?

A simulation of a hair follicle; this technique reduces the contrast between the color of the skin and that of the hair by introducing bio-absorbable micro pigments into the surface layer of the dermis.

An aesthetic solution for men and women who prefer a non-invasive and painless method to remedy their hair loss.

2. Combien dure le résultat final ? A quelle fréquence doit-on faire une retouche ?

The result is not permanent. Depending on their living conditions, our patients return for a touch-up every 8 to 12 months. Prolonged exposure to the sun, using the swimming pool may necessitate a touch-up after the summer.

3. What are the benefits of temporary treatment?

Possibility of stopping treatment if the hair turns white or if the patient no longer wishes to continue
While being temporary, scalp pigmentation allows patients to no longer worry about their appearance in all circumstances (swimming pool, wind) and to forgo camouflage powder for everyday life.

4. What type of tricopigmentation do we offer?

Shaved effect for patients with severe NW hair loss (3 sessions, 2 consecutive days + 1 maintenance session after 1 month). Alopecia totalis and alopecia areata herein.

Diffuse loss (Ludwig) with a certain density on the top of the skull and a frontal line demarcated by hair (4 sessions, 2 consecutive days + 2 sessions in 2 consecutive days after 1 month). The patient should not shave his head for the next two years and preferably he should be on drug therapy against androgen loss to stabilize the fall.

FUT & FUE scar camouflage or others (2 sessions in 2 consecutive days, 1 month difference). Tricopigmentation is only possible on white, flat scars). Depressed or keloid scars require a prior consultation and a small test before proceeding with full treatment.

Alopecia areata (3 sessions, 2 consecutive days and another 1 session after 1 month). The only possible treatment is the shaved effect.

5. When is tricopigmentation not recommended?

White, blond, red hair.
Untreated psoriasis, folliculitis, dermatitis.
Autoimmune diseases
Keloid scars

6. Tricopigmentation and hair transplantation

Tricopigmentation can be used as a complement to hair transplantation for better results in patients who do not have a sufficiently large donor area.

Trico is possible 6 months after a hair transplant (if the same area is treated)

Hair transplantation is possible 2 months after treatment with tricopigmentation (if the same area is treated).

7. Hygiene standards and certified products

The tricopigmentation sessions take place in a hair transplant clinic that meets the hygiene standards in force in the European Union (sterilized and single-use equipment). We work with certified, hypoallergenic and bio-absorbable pigments.

8. What is the difference between tattooing and tricopigmentation?

The difference is in the apparatus, the physical / chemical composition of the pigments used and the depth of the injection. The molecular structure of temporary pigments is different from tattoo ones (the size is much smaller). This characteristic allows the body to “eat” the pigment, which theoretically should visually disappear after 2-3 years.

9. Price list

1 zone (NW2): 1210 €

2 zones (NW 3-4): 1815 €

3 zones (NW 5-7): 2420 €

3 zones + FUT scar: 2662 €

3 zones + FUE scars: 3025 €

FUT / FUE Scars: 968 €

Alopecia Totalis (total reconstruction): 4325 €

Price calculation for maintenance sessions:

If the initial treatment costs € 2,000, the price of a maintenance session will be:

Every 4 months: 405 €

Every 6 months: 605 €

Each year: 1210 €