WHAT IS SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION?
SMP is a permanent solution for hair loss and baldness. It is a cutting-edge, non-surgical office-based procedure that is no-invasive and uses
sophisticated micro needles that deposit pigment into the scalp. There's no invasive surgery, no scarring and no down time.
Scalp Micropigmentation is becoming an increasingly popular treatment for hair loss in men and women. SMP is suitable for all types and stages of hair loss, on all ages, colors and skin types. Treatment application is administered to thinning and bald areas, usually over 2-3 sessions. We will work together to design the best hairline shape for your features. You can also bring a picture of your hairline form the past. A specialised ink is implanted into the scalp using the micro pigmentation tattooing technique, giving the appearance of natural real hair follicles. Head scars can also be hidden or camouflaged by this procedure. The procedure can take from 1-5 hours to complete and works for many different conditions and types of hair loss.The process allows for a very gradual and subtle build-up of density and color to match your existing hair.
SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION CAN:
Help conceal: crown balding, receding hairline, near or complete hair loss, and alopecia.
Hide, or fully camouflage scars, and birthmarks
Effective for thinning hair in females
Restore hairlines on part-bald or fully bald heads
Simulate a full-front, side and rear hairline
Give the look of a full, youthful head or cropped hair
RECEDING HAIRLINE TREATMENT
A premature front or side can make you look and feel older before your time. Restore your appearance and confidence as well as restoring a strong, attractive hairline which looks just like a short/shaven hair style that will never go out of fashion and will instantly make you look and feel younger! Choose either a natural, rounded hairline finish, or a more on-trend "shape up" finish. The hairline to best suit your facial shape will be carefully measured and drawn prior to the treatment taking place.
BALDNESS/THINNING OF THE CROWN TREATMENT
Baldness or Thinning of the Crown hair in men and women, can reveal the scalp skin, making sufferers look older and affecting self-confidence. SMP treatment allows us to mimic hair follicles in the hair loss area to build up the look of thicker, denser hair on and around the Crown area.
SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION FOR ALOPECIA
Many people with alopecia choose Scalp Micropigmentation to cover the visible skin where hair is not present, with natural looking hair follicles.
SMP FOR WOMAN/LONGER HAIR TREATMENT
In the USA 21 million females are suffering from hair loss! Childbirth, stress, hormonal and thyroid issues are only a few of the contributory factors. The scalp micropigmentation treatment has helped thousands of women regain their self esteem by replicating hair follicles and creating the appearance of thicker hair. The treatment delivers a significant cosmetic improvement for females suffering with thinning and hair loss, with basically no down time.
For the first 3 days :
Let the treated area rest
No water, shampoo, lotions, creams or other products should be applied to the scalp
Avoid going to chlorinated pools and tanning beds
Avoid excessive sweating such as running, going for a workout, playing sports
Do not use a sauna, hot tub or Jacuzzi
Avoid using helmets, caps, hats or any head covering
Avoid exposure to sun
Do not shave
Do not use an antibiotic ointment
ON DAY 4 AFTER YOUR TREATMENT:
You may resume light activity
You should begin using sunscreen with SPF 50. Even on cloudy days sunscreen should be applied as damaging UV rays are still present.
CONTINUOUS CARE INSTRUCTION
Always protect against sun with high protection factor SPF 50
The tattoo will lighten over a 2- week period and full results can be seen in 4 weeks. At this time, you will come back for your second treatment. Do not rub, itch or peel in the treatment area
Do not color your hair for 4 weeks
Please follow these instructions carefully since it will help you get the best possible result out of your scalp tricopigmentation treatment.
Patients undergoing chemotherapy
Patient who suffer from blood clotting
Those who suffer from infectious diseases and HIV/hepatitis
Patients with epilepsy
Those who suffer from diabetes
People with heart/liver conditions and high blood pressure
During antibiotic therapy
Patients who consume alcohol/drugs