Scalp Micropigmentation – A rising star in the war on hair loss

Scalp micropigmentation is gaining fast recognition in the world of hair loss as an affordable, effective solution for both men and women. It’s immediate & dynamic results are quickly catching the attention of hair loss sufferers across the globe.

So what is it, and why is it a better option than other well known, so called remedies?

Let’s start with the first question:

What exactly is scalp micropigmentation?

Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a highly detailed procedure which involves placing tiny impressions of pigment into the scalp to replicate the look of hair follicles. Each impression is placed individually and randomly to create and mimic the look of a hair follicles at stubble length. When completed, the result is a much fuller looking head of hair. Examples of hair loss that can benefit from SMP are female and male pattern baldness, hairline reconstruction, added density for both women and men, scar concealment, and alopecia sufferers.

Why is SMP better than other hair loss options?

Let’s face it, if you’re reading this article, you have probably already researched other hair loss options. There’s dozens of other products and services out there and most have their pros and cons. Few capture the balance of what people actually want.

  • Is it effective?

  • Is it affordable?

  • Is it detectable?

  • Is there maintenance?

This is where SMP is different than the rest. Sure, hair transplants are an option, if you want to undergo an invasive surgery and incur the costs. Topical solutions and prescription drugs are another option, but often times results are far less dramatic and applications must be continued or any results achieved are lost. Hair systems can often be detectable and also involve maintenance.


Scalp micropigmentation delivers immediate, long lasting results that are cost effective and undetectable. A fuller looking head of hair can be achieved in as little as a few weeks with no down time, scars, or maintenance.


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