A cosmetic procedure for men and women suffering from all hair loss. A paramedical procedure to help conceal and camouflage scars, burns, birthmarks and alopecia strains. SMP is a viable alternative treatment to
- Hair transplants
- Hair systems
- Potions and cover ups
SMP gives a shaven look, the appearance of a denser head of hair and gives you back your previous youthful hairline, regardless of the scale of pattern baldness.
It is a method of depositing pigment into the dermal layer of the skin on the scalp to replicate hair follicles . SMP can be used to treat all skin tones, from very pale to extremely dark complexions.
Thinning hair can also be treated with SMP, giving a more denser and natural appearance. This treatment offers a level of realism to replicate working hair follicles, not only to provide a darker scalp, but the illusion of a thicker, fuller head of hair.
An SMP treatment is done within 2-5 sessions, depending on the clients absorption of pigment and overall coverage density. Sessions averaging 2 to 4 hours in length.
SMP provides coverage of donor site transplant strip scars, FUE scars and any other scaring left with hair loss. The camouflage is done by depositing pigment into the scare tissue, making the scar far less visible.
An average scar coverage is done within 1 to 3 sessions,1 to 2 hours in length. In the following sessions, blending above and below the scar will ensure the best result.
Pigments are matched and blended to your individual skin tone, then deposited into the scar and surrounding skin to camouflage the scar and make it less visible. This treatment also works to add color to loss of pigment (hypopigmentation) as well as lighten up darker pigmentation (hyperpigmentation).
Newest beauty trend! Depositing skin tone pigment that is slightly darker than the surrounding skin. These spots range in size and dimension across the nose and cheeks to create natural looking freckles. Freckles give the face a cute, youthful and fresh look to the face.
An average freckle tattoo can be done in 1 to 2 sessions, 1 to 1 1/2 hours in length.