Scalp Micropigmentation is an innovative, solution that replicates the appearance of thicker, fuller hair. Some Benefits of Scalp Micropigmentation are they are Non-Surgical, No Maintenance, No Recovery time needed and are A Safe and Natural-Looking Alternative for Hair Restoration. Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-invasive treatment that uses detailed micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. The result creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles that help thicken and restore the look of fuller hair.
Frequently Asked Questions
A treatment is not extremely painful but is felt differently by each client. The upper head and the crown are less sensitive. At the hairline there are more nerves and often that is the most sensitive spot during a treatment. We use an anesthetic cream if desired.
While you may not get to shampoo your scalp immediately, you may be advised to use a clean cotton swab to clean the area for 1-2 days after the treatment. After 3-4 days, our expert will suggest you the usage of shampoo to wash your scalp.
The average client, depending on your lifestyle will need another touch up session of scalp micropigmentation every 3-7 years.
How much it fades varies from person to person depending on their lifestyle, immune system, and other reasons. Regardless, there is no set amount of time you have to wait before a touch-up.
SMP is the future of hair loss treatments! That’s why SMP is the best course of action for those in this situation, because of the wonderful benefits it can offer to those suffering from hair loss.
Scalp micropigmentation should never be considered a one treatment process. Most clients can expect between 2-4 sessions to complete their treatment depending on the extent of hair loss or scarring. These treatments are usually spaced about 10-20 days apart.
The Scalp Micropigmentation treatment typically takes 2-4 hours per session depending on your degree of hair loss. Most clients can expect between 2-4 sessions to complete their treatment depending on the extent of hair loss or scarring. These treatments are usually spaced about 10-20 days apart.