SMP for MEn

with INKrease SMP

Scalp Micropigmentation with

INKREASE SMP

Scalp micropigmentation treatment, which also known as SMP, works similarly to that of a tattoo. Albeit there are some decided differences which set the treatments apart. To compare the two, with both procedures pigments are used and microneedles administer the treatment underneath the outer layer of your skin. Once administered and healed, the pigment remain trapped beneath your epidermis skin level to produce a semi-permanent or in the case of a tattoo, indelible marking.

The distinct differences between tattooing and scalp micropigmentation lie primarily in the depth pigments are implanted. Your skin comprises of three main layers. The outer, waterproof layer is your Epidermis, which has the Dermis lying just underneath this. Thereafter you hit a subcutaneous level known as the hypodermis which is made of connective tissues. With scalp micropigmentation, the depth of the implant is much shallower than that of a tattoo and takes intense training and qualifying to ensure you hit the correct spot.

Of course, the depth of pigment is not the difference. Pigments used by scalp micropigmentation artists are natural products which are specifically designed for the procedure. SMP uses also uses incredibly fine microneedles for precision and finally, a technician that administers your scalp micropigmentation is categorically trained for the job at hand. SMP is a treatment that will not only change the way you look at your life, but it will also change how you look for the rest of it. We understand this at Inkrease – and above all, we are specialized and trained solely for SMP.

Treatment Overview

Duration

3 -6 Hours

Sessions

2 - 4

Results

Immediate

Sensitivity

12 - 36 hours

Full Recovery

10 Days

Results Duration

2 - 5 Years

Advanced SMP Practitioners Ensures

NATURAL APPEARANCE

Working with Jose Nunez, an advanced scalp micropigmentation (SMP) artist is a great way to achieve natural-looking hair restoration results without the risks associated with invasive treatments like surgery. With the latest techniques, Jose will use pigments to precisely mimic the look, style, and texture of real hair follicles—all while keeping in mind your desired end result.

As an advanced SMP practitioner Jose Nunez will take the time to understand your goals for each treatment so he can create a custom plan tailored for you. Jose will also identify different sources of thinning or balding so he can design a personalized treatment plan that best meets your needs and expectations. This attention to detail is essential for achieving optimal results that are both aesthetically pleasing and completely safe.

Additionally, Jose is committed to delivering quality care and has extensive experience in this field. If you’re looking for natural appearance then call us today to schedule your free consultation. By working with a advanced practitioner, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that all treatments being conducted are done safely and ethically, so you can feel confident in your choice of SMP artist.

Frequently Asked

Questions

Why choose scalp micropigmentation?

When hair thinning begins its startling. We’ve all seen the guys in the street who have lost each and every follicle. Probably never even given it consideration – because it’s something that happens to just about every man out there. It just doesn’t happen to you… until now. Male pattern baldness has a very overwhelming psychological component. Hair loss can change your life and how you see things. Even if it does happen to nearly everybody at some point in their lives.

Whenever we consider hair restoration solutions the first thing that springs to mind is a hair transplant. But the only problem with hair transplant surgery is it comes with some real downsides. The biggest issue with this form of restoration is there’s no guarantee of success. And that’s before you even consider the cost. Additionally, there are issues with hair transplant scarring and then the cherry on the cake – even if the grafts take, thinning evolves. Which means a transplant will only go so far.

Whenever we consider hair restoration solutions the first thing that springs to mind is a hair transplant. But the only problem with hair transplant surgery is it comes with some real downsides. The biggest issue with this form of restoration is there’s no guarantee of success. And that’s before you even consider the cost. Additionally, there are issues with hair transplant scarring and then the cherry on the cake – even if the grafts take, thinning evolves. Which means a transplant will only go so far..

Will you Evaluate my Hair loss?

Hair loss is often a heredity disorder which affects millions of men and women across the globe. When gauging scalp micropigmentation requirements, an assessment needs to be made in accordance with both current thinning and future predictions. To do this, here at Inkrease we use the Norwood Scale which evaluates your level of hair loss. Once your evaluation is completed, together with you, the client, we will decide on the best-fit hair restoration procedure.

Our priority at Inkrease SMP is you, the client. To discuss your hair restoration requirements with us, why not book an appointment to find out what we can do for you today.

How Many Treatments are Needed?

The number of scalp micropigmentation (SMP) treatments required to conceal hair loss will depend on the severity and type of hair loss, as well as individual goals. Generally speaking, it typically takes two or three sessions to create a natural-looking appearance that effectively conceals the area of thinning or balding.

In addition to these sessions, touchups may be necessary in order to maintain the desired look over time. To ensure optimal results, it’s important to work with an experienced SMP artist who can evaluate your situation and recommend a treatment plan based on your specific needs and desired outcome. We cannot stress this last point enough.

Overall, SMP is a safe and effective procedure that can achieve natural-looking results for individuals experiencing thinning or balding areas. It’s best to discuss all expectations with your smp practitioner ahead of starting any course of treatment.

Is Scalp Micropigmentation Painful?

Most people find the experience to be relatively painless. Since SMP involves the application of tiny pigments into the outer layer of scalp skin, it is typically described as feeling like a light pinch or scratch. Treatment times and discomfort levels will vary based on individual sensitivity, but a qualified SMP artist should be able to adjust their treatment process in order to ensure that you remain as comfortable as possible throughout the procedure.

Overall, SMP is a non invasive treatment, very safe and has minimal downtime associated with them – usually only a few days of redness and irritation which will subside after 1-3 days. This low-risk procedure offers effective, natural-looking hair restoration results without the need for surgery—making it an excellent choice for those wanting to conceal thinning or balding areas.

What are the commone reasons to get SMP?

Various hair loss types

Add density to thin hair or thinning hair for the appearance of thicker hair.

Alopecia

Fill in hairline

Full head bald.

Camouflage hair and scalp deformities.

Receding hairline – we can create the perfect hairline and hair design.

Head scars – procedure called scar camouflage.

Add density to thinning hair providing the appearance of fuller hair.

Touch ups

Should I Shave my head before my SMP treatment?

When undergoing Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) treatment, it is generally recommended to shave the area of scalp where the pigments will be applied.

A shaved head prior to an SMP treatment helps create a smooth canvas for the application of pigments and allows them to be expertly blended into the existing hair. This creates a natural-looking effect that closely mimics the appearance of real hair without any telltale signs. It also increases effectiveness and reduces the need for additional treatments.

At the same time, shaving your head is not necessary for all SMP treatments, so you should discuss all expectations with your practitioner ahead of time in order to determine the best approach for achieving optimal results..

What Should I avoid after my SMP Treatment?

After Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) treatment, there are certain precautions to take in order to ensure that the pigments remain intact and your scalp remains healthy.

It is important to avoid any activities such as heavy exercise during the healing process or products that may irritate the treated area. Limit sun exposure or overexposure to direct sunlight or aggressive scrubbing of the scalp. It is also advised to abstain from swimming for at least a week after a session in order to avoid your scalp being exposed to chlorine or salt water and potential infection of the scalp.

How do I care for my SMP Treatment?

To maintain long-lasting results, it is recommended that you follow your practitioner’s aftercare instructions carefully. This may include regularly applying moisturizing serums.

Avoid direct sunlight and excessive UV exposure for at least a week following your treatment – this will help to prevent fading during the healing phase.

Use mild shampoos and avoid using other products on your scalp, as this can interfere with the pigments.

Resist the urge to scratch or rub the treated area as it heals, as this could cause the pigments to disperse.

Consider wearing a hat while out in the sun and when going swimming, to protect the treated area from overexposure to harsh UV rays or water.

Regular follow-ups with your practitioner can also help extend the life of your SMP treatment and ensure optimal results.

"The BEST! Jose did an amazing job with my SMP"