Q&A For Clients

Q1. What is scalp micropigmentation (SMP), and how does it work?

A1. Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is an instant, non-surgical, non invasive, most natural cosmetic procedure designed to mimic the appearance of hair follicles on the scalp. It involves using a specialized needle as well as plant based organic SMP pigment to tattoo tiny dots onto the scalp, mimicking the hair follicle giving the illusion of a fuller head of hair.

Q2. Is scalp micropigmentation (SMP) suitable for both men and women?

A2. Yes, SMP is suitable for both men and women experiencing hair loss or thinning hair. It can effectively camouflage bald spots, receding hairlines, FUT/FUE transplant , surgical scars and thinning areas due to alopecia , and or chemo regardless of gender.

Q3. How long does scalp micropigmentation (SMP) typically last?

A3. SMP is considered a semi-permanent solution, lasting on average between 2 to 4 years ?. However, the duration can vary depending on factors such as skin type, lifestyle, maintenance and exposure to sunlight.

Q4. Are there any risks or side effects associated with scalp micropigmentation (SMP)?

A4. While SMP is generally safe, some potential side effects may include minor discomfort during the procedure, temporary redness or swelling. It’s essential to choose a reputable and experienced practitioner such as Finishing Touch SMP to minimize risks.

Q5. How should I prepare for scalp micropigmentation (SMP) treatment?

A5. Before undergoing SMP treatment, it’s advisable to consult with a qualified SMP provider who can assess your suitability for the procedure. They may recommend avoiding certain medications or activities that could interfere with the process. Additionally, maintaining good scalp hygiene, skin hydration and avoiding sun exposure in the days leading up to the treatment can help achieve optimal results.