WHY CHOOSE SCALP MICRO-PIGMENTATION OVER OTHER HAIR LOSS ALTERNATIVES
Scalp Micro-pigmentation is a non-surgical cosmetic technique of tattooing a series of tiny dots onto the scalp replicating the natural look of hair follicles. This treatment is about precisely inserting micro pigments into the scalp at the second epidermis layer to replicate hair follicles. This seamlessly blends in with the real hair follicles giving you a realistic head of hair and lower hairline.
THE MANY BENEFITS OF SMP
No medication needed, no invasive surgery. Guaranteed results.
- Simulate a full-front, side and/or rear hairline
- Restore hairlines on part-bald or fully bald heads
- Camouflage scarring resulting from hair transplant surgery, burns and birthmarks:
- Strip Scarring
- FUE/FUT Scarring
- Plug Scarring
- Alopecia Scarring
- Accident Scarring
- Camouflages thinner parts of the scalp to disguise women’s hair loss
- Boost the visual effect of a hair transplant
- Scalp Micropigmentation for Crown Balding
TYPES OF SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION
This procedure for both men and women is used to create the appearance of a closely shaven head or of denser, thicker hair. Typical cases that benefit are for pattern baldness, thinning hair, scars, alopecia and skin diseases.
MALE PATTERN BALDNESS
PROCESS OF SMP
With our 5+ years of experience, we recommend the following process to help achieve the best results.
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AFTERCARE GUIDEAfter each scalp micropigmentation session is over, no doubt you’ll want to get back to your usual routine. Clinics receive a lot of questions regarding aftercare, as do we, and most of these questions are about instructions and limitations for the days following each session.
We have compiled a list of the most important considerations after your treatment. The aim is to avoid disturbing your new pigment deposits, and of course you should do all you can to avoid any interference with the healing process.
Remember that guidelines tend to vary from clinic to clinic. Some of the timescales and actions recommended may not correlate exactly with the information in this post, and you should never invalidate any warranty or guarantee by not following the explicit instructions provided by your clinic. The advice given here is a general guide only.
First of all, relax. You’ve probably been building up to your first session, and pre-treatment anxiety is common. Now is the perfect time to take a deep breath.
You should try to avoid any physical effort which might make you sweat. Don’t wash your head or get water on it. The desire to wash your scalp may be strong, but for the first three days you should resist the temptation.
You can consider shaving your head at this point. Use an electric foil shaver as these are less likely to disturb your pigments. However, keep the shaver away from scabs that are still present on your head and don’t try to peel them away.
Now is also a good time to get some water on your head. A light shower will do the trick, but avoid shampoo.
You can also moisture your head and you can perform activities from which you sweat lightly. Lift some weights at a low pace but avoid tough cardio sessions.
Day 7 onwards
At this point, you can resume your showering sessions and get back to your usual schedule. There won’t be any issues with the water or with the shampoo when you wash your scalp.
This is the time when you might consider using a razor blade to shave your head. However, avoid using it if there are still healing scabs on the skin.
If you’re itching to get back to the gym, you can now get back to your usual routine and sweat as much as you’d like.
Day 30 (after all sessions are complete)
Fake tan, saunas and swimming pools are fine from here on.
If you live in a warm, sunny climate, take adequate precautions. A quality non-greasy sunscreen is best.
Moisturize daily with a light moisturizing cream.
Although not compulsory, I recommending taking measures to avoid head shine.
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