Scalp Micropigmenation

Micropigmentation is a popular treatment for both men and women these days.

Nowadays there are a vast amount of services available.

We offer, microblading, scalp micropigmentation, eyelash enhancement, lip contour, areola micropigmentation, scar camouflage, eyebrow tinting, nails and tattoo removal.

Our goal is always to go for a more natural finish so that nobody will notice you’ve received any type of treatment.

What’s Scalp Micropigmentation?

Also called Semi Permanent Makeup. (SMP) Scalp Micro Pigmentation.

Scalp Micro Pigmentation is the skill and process where depositing small specific implants of pigments are applied right below the upper layer of your skin into the dermal layer to correct, reconstruct or camouflage scars, to reproduce the natural appearance of real hair follicles.

This treatment is conducted in a clinical environment with medical quality equipment and local anesthetic making this a safe and pain free treatment.

Normal activity can be resumed right after the procedure along with following our simple aftercare program.

Procedure

1. Consultation

Before any procedure, it’s important to have a consultation so that we can discuss what’s involved and the look you would like.

If agreed upon, we will then set up your appointment for your initial treatment.

2. The Initial Treatment

The initial treatment will take between 2-4 hours depending on the degree of baldness or thinning hair.

We will first give you your new hairline, and fill the entire scalp or area of thinning hair.

3. The 2nd Treatment

Your second treatment will be 7-14 days after your initial treatment, and consists of adding texture and density to the initial treatment.

Your second treatment will take approx. 2-4 hours.

We will also discuss and revisit the original expectations.

4. The Final Treatment

At your final treatment, we will fill and add more texture and density to the scalp, if necessary, to perfect the final look and to meet the original expectations.

Your final treatment will be 14 – 30 days after your second treatment.

Your third treatment only require about approx. 1-2 hours.

Questions

What is Scalp Micropigmentation or SMP ?

Scalp Micropigmentation or SMP , is the process of adding thousands and thousands of pigmented, simulated hair follicles to the

lower  epidermal and/or upper dermal layer of the skin.

These simulated hair follicles fill in the white space on the scalp, giving the appearance of a fuller, thicker head of hair.

How is Scalp Micropigmentation or SMP applied?

Specialised equipment with pigment specifically for Scalp Micropigmentation is used to apply microdots to your scalp to give the appearance of hair follicles.

Will the color look natural?

Yes. We will work with you to design and blend a shade of pigment that is natural in appearance and blends with your skin tone and remaining hair.

Does the color fade with time?

Yes. We use only medical grade pigments which is designed specifically for Scalp Micropigmentation.

With time and sun exposure the pigment can lighten and it may be necessary to have a touch-up treatment to bring the appearance back to its optimal best.

Can you create a natural looking hairline?

Yes, we can. We will carry out a comprehensive consultation with you prior to the procedure to understand what you are hoping to achieve and what is important to you.

This is a very important part of the process and we always recommend a natural-looking hairline.

How long does a procedure take?

In most case 2-3 sessions are required to achieve the desired look.

The first two sessions will be building the density and the third session completes the feathering and definition aspect of the procedure.

We recommend 10-14 days between sessions to allow for sufficient healing.

Is there a guarantee?

Yes. We stand behind all our procedures with a 12-month satisfaction guarantee.

Does it hurt?

Some points on the scalp may be more sensitive than others.

We have a medical grade anesthetic cream on hand if required.

The cream will numb the area being treated and you should feel little to no real discomfort during the procedure.

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