Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-invasive treatment that uses detailed micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp.
About Scalp Micrpigmentation
When administered by a trained and licensed specialist, the Scalp Micropigmentation treatment can restore receded hairlines, thicken remaining hair, camouflage transplant scarring, and create the look of close-cropped hair.
Scalp Micropigmentation is also effective for those suffering from minor hair thinning or recession.
By accurately replicating your own natural hair follicles and hair color, scalp micropigmentation can help strengthen and add density to thinning areas, creating an undetectable illusion of thicker, stronger hair.
Scalp micropigmentation requires little to no continued maintenance and carries no strict lifestyle or daily restrictions. It replicates the look of a buzz cut, fresh out of the barbershop. Our clients spend half the time getting ready!
Scalp Micro USA allows you to fully customize your treatment, with input on hairline design, style preferences, and final goals.
Scalp Micropigmentation is sometimes referenced to as a Hair Tattoo, Head Tattoo, Scalp Tattoo, Micropigmentation, Scalp Pigmentation, and SMP.
What is it good for?
Restore your receded hairline and give a smart framing to your face.
Whether you’ve just started thinning or have already lost most of your hair, Scalp micropigmentation will work for you!
If you’ve had a hair transplant and are unhappy with the visibility of your surgical scar, scalp micropigmentation can help conceal it.
Please make sure your hair is freshly washed, dry, and product free.
After Care Instructions
Days 1 – 3
- Keep your head dry
- Avoid physical effort and sun exposure that could make you sweat
- Don’t wash your head and be careful to not get it wet while in the shower
- If you frequently walk places, remember to take an umbrella with you
- Otherwise, resume work and activities as before. Life returns to normal!
- At this point you may shave your head if you wish. If you decide to do so, here are some things to consider:
- You need an electric foil or rotary shaver
- Keep the shaver a safe distance away from scabs
- Resist peeling off scabs. It is important to let scabs remain on the head and fully heal as removing them prematurely can take some of the pigment with it.
- Now you may also get your head wet. A light shower is a nice way to go, but don’t use shampoo yet.
- You can start to perform activities that may make you sweat a bit, but avoid heavy cardio sessions that may cause heavy sweating
- After the first week has passed you may start using a moisturizer, in fact this is recommended
- Showering may resume as normal now and you may get your head wet and use shampoo as you please
- If all the scabs have healed then you may consider shaving with a razor blade at this point. It is important to ensure all scabs on the scalp have healed prior to shaving.
- Get back into the gym and sweat as much as you like!
- You may apply tanner to your scalp
- You may go for a swim! (chlorinated pools and hot tubs are okay, as well as saunas)
- Make sure to use sunscreen during prolonged sun exposure with a minimum SPF 30, or ideally SPF 50. Without sunscreen over the years UV rays will gradually break down and fade your SMP treatment.
These guidelines are for general information only. Forspecific answers to individual questions about your own treatment and/orcircumstances please contact us.