Scalp MICROPIGMENTATION

Scalp Micropigmentation (also known as SMP) is the process of creating hairlike dots on the scalp that appear to be tiny hairs, this process is also known as Hair Follicle Replication; it is important to recognise that SMP is not a tattoo, nor a form of cosmetic makeup. Scalp micropigmentation is used to cover scars as well as partial or total baldness and improves hair density through simulating the appearance of hair follicles using artistic hair simulation techniques.

 

The treatment is semi-permanent, with results lasting 4-5 years.

MALE HAIR LOSS

Creates the look of a shaven or short-haired head. Strategically placed pigment 'dots' create the illusion of hair follicles, providing a fuller look to balding areas on the scalp, or a complete hairline. Delivers a natural looking head of hair to enhance your appearance.

FEMALE HAIR LOSS

Reproduces the look of natural hairs on the scalp!

This can be very helpful for women experiencing thinning hair or hair loss (due to conditions such as alopecia). 'Dots' or 'lines' are used to create the illusion of hair, delivering confidence inspiring density.

DISGUISE HAIRLOSS

Reverse the signs of hairloss with SMP!

CREATE A HAIRLINE

Restore the appearance of a clean hairline!

BUILD DENSITY

Build and restore density to thinning hair!

COVER SCARS

Camouflage scarring on the scalp with SMP.