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Find out why scalp micropigmentation is the fastest-growing solution to hair loss in the world!

What is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp micropigmentation or (SMP) is an innovative hair loss solution that uses micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. The result is the appearance of tiny hair follicles that create the look of thicker, fuller hair.

SMP can be used to bring back receded hairlines or to create the appearance of density for thinning hair. It can also be used to hide transplant scars or alopecia.

Why Choose Scalp Micropigmentation?

  • It’s Affordable SMP is usually the fraction of the cost of hair transplant surgery.
  • It’s Looks Natural When SMP is done by a trained professional, it’s literally undetectable.
  • No Surgery There’s no invasive surgery involved and none of the risks associated with it. 
  • Fast Healing Time Since the pigment is deposited into the dermal layer of skin, SMP healing time is fast.
  • It’s Safe SMP is a non-invasive treatment done in a sterile environment by a trained professional.

How it Works

Your Consultation

In the initial consultation, you will discuss your specific hair loss case and goals with our SMP expert, who will explain the process in detail, answer any questions, and create a personalized quote. You can do a consultation in person or you can do a video or phone consultation. 

1: Your First Session

You will consult with our artist to create your new hairline. A wax pencil is used to draw in your new hairline. The first layer of pigment is deposited onto the scalp. The first layer is lighter in color, and the impressions are spread out across the entire treatment area.

2: Filling-In the Area

This is where most of the density happens. The pigment that is used is usually a shade darker than the first session. After the area is filled in, your SMP will look close to the final results. This part of the treatment can take multiple sessions. 

3: Refining Your New Look

The last session involves applying the final layer. This is usually done with a pigment that’s a shade darker than the first two. This is also where any final corrections are made, perfecting your new look.