Strengthen and add density to thinning areas, creating an undetectable illusion of thicker, stronger hair with Scalp Micro UK
What is SMP?
Scalp micropigmentation, also known as SMP, is the leading solution for hair loss worldwide, regardless of your gender or skin colour.
This hair loss treatment is done by implanting microdots of natural pigment into the scalp, accurately replicating your natural hair follicles and hair colour. Scalp micropigmentation can help restore the look of a full head of hair. The Scalp Micro UK treatment is excellent for those with complete hair loss, minor thinning, or recession, creating an undetectable illusion of thicker, stronger hair and giving you the look of hair & style.
The pigment used for scalp micropigmentation is made from natural ingredients, including carbon, to ensure as much of a natural result as physically possible. Scalp micropigmentation is non-surgical and non-invasive, meaning it requires practically no downtime after sessions. You can pretty much return to your everyday life right away.
What does it treat?
Scalp micropigmentation is the solution for those that suffer from pattern baldness and have lost a lot of hair. By creating the follicle look throughout the balding areas, a client can immediately achieve the look of a full head of short-cropped hair and regain confidence! If your hair has just started to recede or you have already lost most of your hair, Scalp micropigmentation will work for you, giving a confidence boost.
If you are experiencing thinning, scalp micropigmentation can be deposited amongst the existing hairs to restore the appearance of fuller, thicker hair.
- Thicker hair
- Hair density increase
- Scar camouflage
- Confidence boosting
Join us at our Studio in London Colney for a free scalp micropigmentation consultation.
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