Thursday, January 9, 2020

Thinning Hair

How many men and women do you know of who struggle with the issue of thinning hair?  Some of those people really struggle with feelings of self-consciousness.  Many feel embarrassment.  Some experience a fear that they will be seen as older than what they are.

When a person becomes unhappy with their hair loss, they begin to seek solutions.  These include:

1. Hair transplant
2. Powders or fibers
3. Hair pieces or systems
4. Hats!

All of these options have their negative side.  There is only one option that can solve the problem with low financial investment, once-and-done no maintenance, little pain and no downtime!

That option is Scalp Micropigmentation.

It can effectively camouflage thinning hair by removing the color of the scalp and making it appear the same as your hair.

For those who wish to keep their hair long, this "scalp tattoo" fills in the thinning areas and gives the appearance of a full head of hair.

For those who want the shaved look, scalp micropigmentation creates a new, youthful hairline and creates the look of a full head of freshly shaved hair.

A third type of client is one who is left with a scar on the back of their head where donor hair was taken for a hair transplant.  Often, these scars are obvious and pronounced.  Scalp Micropitmentation can effectively fill in the scar area and make it virtually disappear.

If you'd be interested in more information, go to or call me at 610-282-1888.

I'd love to see you experience the confidence and freedom that so many of my clients have gained from this Scalp Micropigmentation procedure!

Thursday, May 31, 2012


One day we had a man and his girlfriend come for a couples' massage.  We gave them instructions and closed the door while they prepared for their massage.  Five minutes went by  While we waited, we heard lots of giggling and twittering going on in there.
The massage went well.  They enjoyed it very much.
Afterwards, they put their hearing aids back in their ears, grabbed their canes and each others' arms and headed happily out the door.
We watched dewy-eyed, thinking, "Ah, the sweetness of "old/young" love!"

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Fun in the Middle East

While on a trip to the Middle East, I discovered that women are not allowed to eat with the men at a restaurant.
I met three lovely young women, wearing their abayas, sitting at a table in Krispy Kreme.  I asked them about makeup and they said, "Do you want to buy or put?"
I said, "Both".
In a flurry of excitement, they gathered up their things, covered their heads and bustled me off to the mall next door.
We found the stores closed, as it was prayer time, so one girl pulled her eyeliner out of her voluminous bag and with great giggles and glee applied it to my lids.
In a land where sometimes only a woman's eyes are displayed, makeup becomes an exceptional art.