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Scalp micro pigmentation is a safe, effective, and convenient way to cover up thinning hair and baldness. It involves the placement of tiny pigment granules into the scalp to create the illusion of fuller, thicker hair. This hair tattoo is non-invasive and perfect for people suffering from alopecia.
Scalp micro pigmentation can provide many benefits, including:
Yes, scalp micro pigmentation is a highly safe procedure with few risks or side effects. The pigment used is completely safe and hypoallergenic, and the needles used are sterile and disposable.
The results of scalp micro pigmentation are semi-permanent, meaning they will last for several years before gradually fading. Touch-ups may be required every few years to maintain the results.
The cost of scalp micro pigmentation will vary depending on the size and extent of the treated area. Sign up for a free online consultation to get an accurate quote.
Scalp micro pigmentation is a non-invasive hair tattoo; most people report only mild discomfort during the scalp micro pigmentation procedure. Rick has had many people become so relaxed they fall asleep in his chair during sessions. If necessary, a local anesthetic can be used to numb the area if necessary.
There are very few risks or side effects associated with scalp micro pigmentation. In rare cases, some people may experience minor swelling, bruising, or itching around the treatment area. These effects are usually temporary and will resolve on their own within just a few short days.
The scalp micro pigmentation procedure length will depend on the size and extent of the treated area. Typically, treatments can are completed in three sessions, each lasting around 2-3 hours. Everything is finalized by a follow-up perfection session 30 days after your last treatment to ensure everything came out perfect.
The results of scalp micro pigmentation are immediate and will continue to improve over the following weeks and months as the pigment granules settle into the skin.
No, the results of scalp micro pigmentation are natural and realistic, and nobody will be able to tell that you’ve had the procedure done.
No, scalp micro pigmentation is not suitable for everyone. The best way to find out if you are a good candidate for the procedure is to book a consultation with Rick Mac to determine your specific needs.
During your consultation, you’ll connect with Rick Mac 1-1 to plan exactly what you’re looking for. Rick will walk you through the entire process and nothing will start without your approval.
Before your procedure, you should avoid sun exposure and tanning for at least two weeks. It would help if you also avoid drinking alcohol for 24 hours before the treatment.
No, scalp micro pigmentation is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.