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Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a non-surgical hair loss treatment that uses detailed micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. This creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles or short hair stubble, simulating a full head of hair.


   •    Instant Results: Visible results after the first session, with the appearance improving over subsequent sessions.
   •    Low Maintenance: Requires no daily upkeep or special maintenance beyond regular hygiene routines.
   •    Durability: The results can last for years, though touch-ups may be needed to maintain the intensity of the color due to natural fading.
   •    Safe and Non-Invasive: No incisions, no surgical risks, and minimal side effects.

Ideal Candidates

   •    Individuals experiencing hair thinning or hairline recession.
   •    People with bald spots or complete baldness looking for a shaved head look.
   •    Those with scars on their scalp from injuries or hair transplant surgeries.
   •    Individuals seeking to add density to thinning areas without undergoing surgery.

Procedure Details

    •    Consultation: The process begins with a consultation to discuss the client’s goals, evaluate their hair loss, and plan the treatment.
   •    Customization: The pigment color is customized to match the client’s natural hair color and skin tone.
   •    Technique: Using a microneedle, the technician applies natural pigments in the form of tiny dots to mimic the appearance of hair follicles.
   •    Sessions: The treatment usually requires 2-4 sessions, each lasting 2-4 hours, spaced a few weeks apart to allow for healing and color stabilization.
   •    Pain and Discomfort: Clients report minimal discomfort, often described as a light buzzing sensation. Local anesthetic can be used to minimize discomfort.

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