Is Scalp Micro-Pigmentation Permanent?

Whether you are a man or a woman, hair loss can be a traumatic experience. Everyone wants to look great but we do not always have control over what happens to our hair and maintaining a full head of hair, particularly as we age, may be out of reach for some of us.

Hair loss can happen to anyone at any age but without a doubt the older we get, seeing hair fall out becomes almost natural. In some cases it’s genetic. In other cases, there may be a hormonal issues or imbalance or prolonged degrees of stress can also cause hair loss. That said permanent hair loss is not something you have to live with.

Long-Lasting Results

Technological advancements in science, as well as the hair loss industry, have improved over the years. Hair specialists and scientists are always looking for new solutions to help people who are experiencing hair loss. There are so many products on the market for addressing hair loss along with medications, and hair transplants. Scalp micro-pigmentation is a wonderful non-surgical option. SMP is not just a hair tattoo, it’s a highly specialized process whereby a skilled SMP technician applies microscopic pigments to your scalp that simulate a hair follicle.

Scalp pigmentation is an excellent option that gives you a realistic look to your hair follicles and the SMP treatment will help with many hair and scalp conditions including baldness, grey hair, thinning hair, male pattern baldness, alopecia, etc. SMP can also hide scars from hair transplants as well as scars caused by fire or trauma.

Many people have found scalp micro-pigmentation painless with only a feeling of small pricking in their scalps. It is recommended that you go for an initial consultation ahead of time to get all your questions answered.

How Long Does SMP Take?

It can take approximately 2 to 4 hours per session depending on your hair type, hair loss pattern, and how much coverage is needed. Most people will undergo 2 to 4 hours sessions to get the desired results. The treatments are performed with a gap between sessions. The level of discomfort experienced will vary from one to another.

Celebrities & SMP Hair Loss Solutions?

Some trends are here today and gone tomorrow but SMP scalp pigmentation and hair tattoo is here to stay. It’s a popular and natural non-invasive approach for everyone including many celebrities.

Hair transplants can be very painful and invasive while scalp micro-pigmentation is quite the opposite. Hair transplants are very expensive, require surgery, and the results are never guaranteed. Celebrities have been using SMP for an excellent hair loss solution for some time now.

SMP Touch Ups & Ater Care?

If you are considering scalp micro-pigmentation, you might ask yourself if this is a permanent solution. After all, you are investing your money and time into something so you have the right to know if it will last before undergoing the procedure.

SMP treatments can fade in time but not always. There are rare occasions when an SMP touch-up will be required to keep and maintain the desired look. Alopecia In general Scalp Micropigmentation is a great procedure that will look great for 3 to 5 years before a touch-up will be needed. People with all different skin types who exfoliate and shed skin will get an occasional touch-up to keep the color fresh. A skin type, lifestyle, SPF protection, immune system, and other factors should be taken into consideration.

When you go for your first touch-up, consider your circumstances and preferences. For instance, your existing hairline and pigmentation can be altered by an expert scalp micropigmentation technician for different reasons. You can also have a touch-up done to make changes to your existing look for a fresher, cleaner look.

The pigmentation dots on your head may look somewhat apart from each other after the first treatment. But that’s all a part of the SMP layering process.  After the first treatment, the desired density you want will be evident. To maintain the look touch-ups will be needed every few years. The bottom line is, it’s very important to take care of and protect your scalp for best results

Please feel free to contact us and come in for a consultation to discuss your goals and your options to get you there!