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SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION | HAIR TATTOO

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a highly advanced method of cosmetic pigmentation. While similar to traditional tattooing, Scalp Micropigmentation is also unique in a variety of ways.

SMP involves the use of highly specialised equipment and techniques to inject pigment into the scalp. Scalp Micropigmentation is an extremely intricate procedure with a guaranteed result.

The quality of your treatment depends on two things: Using the most up-to-date equipment, and getting your treatment from the most skilled and experienced practitioners. We use the most cutting edge technology in the industry, to ensure you receive a consistent appearance across the head and completely flawless results. Each treatment is tailored to your exact skin colour and type.

BENEFITS OF SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION

While there are many available options for treating hair loss, most are unreasonably expensive, unreliable and add to your frustration instead of relieving it.

MSP doesn’t just help people seeking that “freshly-shaved” look, it's also effective for:

  • Male Pattern Baldness
  • Women’s hair loss
  • Alopecia
  • Adding density
  • Covering scars
  • Along with hair transplants
  • Repair bad treatments
Treatment For Hair Loss

WHAT TO EXPECT

Is SMP painful?

Before the procedure, your practitioner will apply a topical numbing cream to your scalp. This will minimise the discomfort however, as with all needling, there may be some pain.

What are the risks?

While Scalp Micropigmentation isn’t considered a tattoo (the needle is thinner and ink does not penetrate as deep) SMP may carry similar risks. These include allergies to certain components in the pigment and occasional infections associated with the ink.

What to do after?

The number of treatments depends on the amount of scalp requiring SMP, however usually at least 3 treatments are recommended to layer up the colour.

Treatments are scheduled a few weeks apart.

Micropigmentation is semi-permanent and while the effects may last up to eight years, the treated area will fade over time as the skin naturally exfoliates itself. In cases of very dry skin, fading can occur more quickly.

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