How Scalp Micropigmentation is providing a real alternative

Scalp Micro Pigmentation (SMP) is the method of applying a specialized pigment into the basement membrane of the epidermis layer of the scalp. The pigment appears as hair follicles and is natural in appearance and blends with your remaining hair.

Scalp micropigmentation is suitable for men and women with procedures delivered over 2-3 sessions as required, 10-14 days apart. The results are instantaneous. There is no invasive surgery, no scarring and no down time. You will see the benefits after each session.

SMP can be used to restore receded hairlines, provide density to remaining hair and camouflage scars left from hair transplants.

The pigment is matched to your existing / previous hair colour and skin tone. The pigment will lighten over time (designed to retain its full strength for 3 to 5 years). Once it does start to lighten its just a matter of having minor touch-ups to bring it back to its optimal best.

SMP can be used for a variety of hair and scalp conditions including: genetic androgenic alopecia, otherwise known as male pattern balding (MPB), scarring alopecias from a variety of autoimmune diseases of the scalp (e.g. alopecia areata, alopecia totalis), and scarring from neurosurgical procedures or burns.

Prior to your procedure, the practitioner completes a comprehensive consultation with you to understand your needs and expectations. During this time, based on your previous hairline and facial shape, the practitioner in consultation with you will design a suitable hairline. This way you will know what is achievable and what you can expect the end result will look like.

Scalp micropigmentation is a non-invasive procedure carried out by highly skilled practitioners. All procedure are carried out in a sterile, clean clinic environment. Only the highest standard of pigments are used with the latest equipment available so you are assured of quality.

2 Responses to “How Scalp Micropigmentation is providing a real alternative”

  1. It really helped when you said that scalp pigmentation helps in treating alopecia and male pattern balding. Baldness is quite common for middle-aged men. My father is thinking of getting a hair transplant to cover his bald spot next month. I’ll surely tell him all about scalp pigmentation as an alternative form of hair loss treatment on the next family get together.

  2. Hi Timothy,

    That’s fantastic to hear you found this article helpful and informative. Thank you for the feedback.

    The team at MHRA

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