Scalp Micro-pigmentation

Using only state-of-the-art technology, we guarantee this treatment will exceed your expectations. This service is highly customizable so that each client can achieve their desired results without compromise. If you’re interested in this service contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced team members.

Time Warp Scalp

As one of our most popular cosmetic procedures, this treatment has helped countless clients feel more confident and happier in their own skin. Our team works closely with each client to understand exactly what they’re looking for and ensure they get exactly those results. For more information on this service or any of the other services, get in touch with us.

Scar Camouflage Treatment

As one of our most popular cosmetic procedures, this treatment has helped countless clients feel more confident and happier in their own skin. Our team works closely with each client to understand exactly what they’re looking for and ensure they get exactly those results. For more information on this service or any of the other services, get in touch with us.

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We can treat many different types of Scalps
 

AFTER CARE

Day 1-4 After your treatment session

Following your first session you should avoid:

  •     Touching, showering, or shaving the treated area

  •     Carrying out any activities that may cause excessive sweating

  •     Using moisturizer or shampoo

  •     Direct sunlight

  •     Swimming, sauna, or the steam room

  •     Razor shaving for at least 10 days

Day 5 After your first session

5 days after your initial session you should:
    

  •    Wash your head gently with cold water and gentle soap

  •    Apply moisturizer three times daily to prevent dryness and flaky skin. We recommend using a non-perfumed moisturizer such as Aveeno body moisturizer.

  •    Avoid growing hair too long. If you do need to shave your head, we advise using an electric shaver only. We recommend a Remington R5 (scroll down to see options) or similar shaver. No wet shaving (razor blade) for 10 days post.

Signs and symptoms of infection:

SWELLING: A slight amount of swelling is typical for a fresh tattoo. If swelling becomes excessive, uncomfortable and you feel the pain radiating beyond the site of the tattoo, then this is a sign of infection.

FEVER: Fever is a symptom of an underlying condition, which is most often an infection. Please contact a medical provider if you think you may have a possible infection.

 

Overview

You may have already heard of microblading for full brows. Did you know there’s a similar practice for your scalp?

This procedure is known as scalp micropigmentation (SMP), which creates the illusion of fuller hair.

 

But what’s the exact difference?

“Although both fall under the category of micropigmentation, [microblading and micropigmentation] are very different methods of implanting pigment,” explains Michal Cohen, a Los Angeles-based makeup artist and SMP practitioner.

While microblading is typically done with a manual blade, micropigmentation is performed using an electric tattoo device. This is because more power is needed to penetrate the skin on your scalp, which is thicker than the skin under your eyebrows.

 

How does SMP work, and who can benefit from it?

The goal of SMP isn’t to create hairlike lines as you would when microblading eyebrows, but instead to use tiny, layered dots in different hues of black to replicate the look of a shadow on your scalp. This style, referred to as pointillism, is done to create natural-looking depth and definition.

A skilled practitioner will work to ensure the dots look like a natural hair follicle and blend in seamlessly with your complexion.

This process may be useful for people who experience all forms of hair loss. This includes folks with:

* cancer

* alopecia

* thinning hair

* male and female pattern baldness

 

 

Does it hurt? What’s the process like?

So, just how painful is this procedure? The short answer is, it depends.

Before the procedure, your SMP practitioner will might apply a topical numbing agent to your scalp. That said, it’s good to keep in mind that there may still be some discomfort. However, how much discomfort largely depends on your pain tolerance.

People with scalp acne or other skin sensitives like psoriasis should avoid getting SMP during a breakout or flare-up, as it will be difficult to apply pigment to the inflamed areas. If you’re prone to developing keloids, which are more common in darker skin, you may also not be a good candidate for SMP.

Once you’ve done your research and sought out a responsible and skilled SMP artist (more on how to do this below), you’ll likely have an initial consultation. During this meeting, your practitioner will prep you for what to expect and how you should prepare beforehand.

For example, here are some general guidelines:

* Shower before each treatment. You won’t be able to wash or wet your scalp (this includes sweating excessively) for four days after each appointment.

* Each treatment typically takes between four and five hours.

* How many treatments you need will depend on the amount of scalp getting SMP. Even if it’s only for a small area like a widow’s peak, Cohen says three to four treatments are still needed for long-term retention since SMP is a process of layering color.

* Treatments will be scheduled a few days apart.

In the weeks between treatments, don’t go swimming, use steam or sauna rooms, or take extremely hot showers that may cause a steam storm.

Avoid exposing your scalp to the sun for the first four days (wearing a hat is fine). On the fifth day after treatment, you can expose the treated skin to sun for one hour, or 45 minutes if you have very fair skin.

Keep in mind, though, that less sun exposure to the treated area means better long-term retention.

After your final treatment, it’s essential to:

* Avoid swimming, saunas, and steam rooms for 28 days after your final treatment.

* Keep out of the sun for 28 days after treatment. Thereafter, use SPF 30–50 sunscreen.

* Avoid heavy exercise for five days after your final treatment.

* Begin to regularly moisturize the treated area after the fourth day of your final treatment (this is also true between treatments).

 

 

How much does it cost, and how long does it last?

The price of SMP varies depending on how much of your scalp needs to be covered. Cohen says each treatment typically between runs between £300-£3500

Micropigmentation is considered semipermanent. While the effects may last up to eight years, the treated area will fade over time since all skin naturally exfoliates itself.

While the color may lighten, it’ll only change if an incorrect pigment is used.

That said, if you have very dry skin, fading is likely to happen more quickly. As the skin tends to flake with dry skin, this can inadvertently exfoliate the pigment off at a quicker rate.

Isaac began his journey after losing his hair in the university and flying overseas to get the treatment done himself. Seeing the amazing scalp micropigmentation transformation first hand, he immediately began training with some of the early innovators in the field. Isaac helped bring scalp micropigmentation to the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirate and Kuwait , opening up his first clinic in London. He is recognized as one of the best practitioners in the industry and has treated thousands of clients. Isaac now runs the #1 scalp micropigmentation Clinic in London

Isaac has been a pioneer in the industry and has treated many clients. He has combined his medical knowledge and  a vast understanding of natural hairlines, color matching, and scar concealment. His techniques are recognized around the world for creating customized, natural looks for people with all types of hair loss. 

 

 

Isaac works with clients suffering from hair loss, pattern baldness, hair transplant scarring, fue/fut scarring, and alopecia. He has successfully opened up three scalp micropigmentation clinics in London, Jeddah and Dubai. 

 
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17 Beauchamp Place , 

Knightsbridge, 

London 

SW3 1NQ

 
 

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