Hair Loss Concealer
Hair Loss Concealers (Toppik, Dermmatch, Couvre, Sprays or Make-up):
Applied each day, these products are time consuming and costly and will be washed out after a shower. Users of camouflaging products repeat the application day after day, reminding themselves of the hair loss they have been suffering from. After Cosmetic Hair Replication, you will never have to be embarrassed by product stains on your pillow, concerns about sweat or rain, or from people touching your hair and wondering what’s in it. Cosmetic Transdermal Hair Replication will replicate the appearance of a living hair follicle and permanently restore the appearance of a fuller looking head of hair without the need for any future cover ups!
Where else do you hear the word ‘concealer’ used to describe a product? It is usually when you are talking about womens’ make-up. Concealers are used to hide flaws and imperfections such as spots or dark circles under the eyes. In the same way, there are a number of cosmetic concealer products on the market that cover up bald patches.
How do they work?
Temporary hair loss concealers normally come in one of three forms: solids, powders or sprays. The goal of each is to minimize the contrast between scalp and hair.
- Solid hair loss concealers work in a similar way to facial concealer. They are sold as densely packed colored powder or sometimes creams which are applied directly to the bald spot. The concealer temporarily dyes the hairless areas and it clings to the existing hair so that is looks thicker. Modern concealers are much better than those of the past, especially in terms of color matching and staying on in the rain! You can use them every day without causing any further deterioration in your existing hair.
- Powders are sold in containers which hold thousands of fiber particles that are shaken directly onto the head. Different products work in different ways. In some products, the particles stay in place by using an additional spray which serves to bond them into place.
- Sprays are sold in aerosol cans that can be applied directly to the balding areas. They temporarily dye the scalp and stick to the existing hair to promote the image of thicker hair.
Let’s imagine you’ve got an important social event coming up. Maybe it’s the wedding of a close friend. You will mainly be amongst friends, but you are nervous about the photographs. In particular, you’re nervous about photographs that catch your bald spot in an unflattering light.
On occasions when you need a little extra confidence and a spring in your step, cosmetic concealers can be a good solution. It is all about how comfortable you feel. For many men, using cosmetic concealer hair products feels no different from the way women feel about wearing their make-up.
Temporary concealers can help to eliminate the appearance of a hair transplant scar. However, because the donor site and scarring is typically on the back of the head, the user must develop some skill in the daily application of the concealer.
Of course, the other advantage is that it is a low-cost alternative to other treatments and has an immediate effect.
While it’s the goal of any hair loss solution to enable users to feel less conscious about their hair loss, regular users of temporary concealers often describe feelings of anxiety, inadequacy or fear of being “found out.”
Instead of feeling freer and less anxious about their hair loss, they feel bound to limited physical activities and social situations. Examples of these include concerns of being caught in the rain and the makeup running or hard to explain stains on shirt collars and white pillow cases.
Most modern products are far more durable than previous versions. However, there is still the risk that it can start coming off when you least expect it to!
Temporary concealers cannot do anything to reshape or restore a receded hairline because they can’t be applied where there is no hair. Since concealers obviously don’t look like hair follicles, they are only undetectable from a distance and cannot work with very short hair or crop cuts.
CTHR™ is permanent!
Upon close inspection, Cosmetic Transdermal Hair Replication or CTHR™, has the appearance of thousands of hair follicles and at a distance creates the illusion of a full looking head of hair.
CTHR™ works with any length hair and ANY degree of hair loss. This includes guys who are currently shaving their heads. They can now have that buzzed crop cut look that is so popular. Additionally, clients no longer have to be concerned with the “five o’clock shadow” on the sides and back of the head that reveals the demarcation line of where they have no hair. Instead, their hair always looks full and now a hairline frames the face, often times taking years off an individual’s appearance.
There is zero maintenance after the non-surgical procedure is cured in approximately ten days. There is nothing to apply and nothing to drip or run. Clients no longer have concerns about wind or rain or another’s touch!
While both temporary concealers and CTHR™ fall into the very affordable category, at a glance concealers appear to be less expensive. However, because these products need to be reordered, usually monthly, the cost of using those products over a several years would far exceed CTHR™ one time investment.