Scalp micropigmentation is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure that creates the appearance of a shaved head with a full head of hair. Dots of pigment do it into the scalp, which mimics the look of hair follicles.

When performed by a skilled practitioner, SMP can create a natural and realistic appearance. The key is to choose an experienced professional who understands the nuances of creating a natural hairline and density.

Discomfort during SMP is usually minimal. Many clients report a mild sensation similar to a slight sunburn. Topical anesthetics are often applied to minimize any potential discomfort.

After your SMP treatment, you will need to follow a strict aftercare routine to ensure that your scalp heals properly and the pigment takes well. This will typically involve avoiding swimming, sweating, and sun exposure for a few weeks.

SMP is a semi-permanent treatment typically lasting 32-5 years. However, the results can vary depending on your skin type, lifestyle, and sun exposure. Top-up treatments may be required every few years to maintain the desired results.

SMP is a safe procedure with minimal risks and side effects. However, there is a small risk of infection, allergic reaction, or scarring. It is important to discuss the risks and side effects with your practitioner before undergoing treatment.

The cost of SMP can vary depending on the size of the area being treated, the number of sessions required, and the experience of the practitioner. However, you can expect to pay between £450 and £3,000 for a 3-session, completed treatment here.

SMP offers several benefits, including:

  • Non-surgical: It is a non-invasive procedure that does not require any surgery or anesthesia.
  • Safe: It is a safe procedure with minimal risks and side effects.
  • Effective: It can create a very realistic and natural-looking appearance instantly.
  • Low maintenance: Once the treatment is complete, there is very little maintenance required.

SMP is suitable for men and women who suffer from hair loss, thinning hair, or scalp scarring. It can be used to:

  • Create a denser-looking hairline
  • Cover up bald patches
  • Camouflage scars
  • Add density to thinning hair

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