Is Scalp Micropigmentation a tattoo?
Scalp micropigmentation can be thought of as a form of permanent cosmetics, different from the regular tattoos that are offered. Although tattooing and scalp micropigmentation share some elements, it does not mean that they are the same.
What does the treatment cost?
Will anyone notice I had the treatment?
Scalp micropigmentation has become the modern hair loss solution due to its natural and undetectable results. The average person can't tell the difference from natural hair follicles and SMP follicles. We strategically place the pigment into your scalp in order to accurately replicate each individual hair follicle to create a perfect match for each client.
How many treatments will I need?
On average you can expect between 2-3 sessions to complete your treatment depending on the extent of hair loss or scarring. Some clients may require a 4th treatment. These treatments are usually spaced about 7-10 days apart. To achieve the most natural results, Scalp micropigmentation should never be considered a one treatment process.
How long do the results last?
Will this treatment work for women?
Absolutely! Scalp Micropigmentation is gender neutral and serves as an excellent alternative to wigs, surgeries, or products that claim to restore hair loss and/or density.
Can Scalp Micropigmentation hide my scars?
How bad is the pain?
We can confidently tell you that while SMP isn’t without discomfort, any pain involved is generally far less than what most of our clients expect (in fact, we’ve had several clients feel so relaxed that they’ve fallen asleep during the procedure). Discomfort levels vary by person and by the level of previous work they’ve received, such as transplants etc. On average, our clients would rate their discomfort between 0 and 2 on a scale from 0-10.
When can I expose my head in the sunlight?
We would advise you to wait for a minimum of thirty days, post the completion of the procedure. Also, we suggest our clients to utilize a sunscreen (SPF 30) or even a hat or cap anytime you choose to step out into the sun.