Does SMP for Scars, Burns Work?

Posted by Mary Shoufield on

One of the major benefits of scalp micropigmentation, apart from being a camouflage treatment for hair loss, alopecia, thinning hair, and receding hairline, is that it hides severe scars, burns, and skin conditions too.

Micropigmentation is a scar camouflage procedure that aims to hide such scalp problems. The special scar pigment works best on scars, as they are tough and do not accept any pigments easily. Such custom blended pigment is formulated for deposition in the affected areas so it easily blends with the surrounding skin. SMP is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that hides scalp scars and stays the same year after year.

The scalp artist begins scalp micropigmentation by blending colors for each area so they match the skin tones. Top-quality pigments are formulated with natural ingredients and are non-toxic so they do not cause any allergic reactions. As far as burns and scars are concerned, the SMP practitioner aims to deposit the special pigment into the scarred or burnt site using proprietary SMP pen fitted with a jacket to keep the whole procedure safe and secure. The pen houses a single microneedle that gently pushes ink into the upper layer of the skin. They assess the skin color and make sure the pigment matches the surrounding skin and does not look like an odd man out.

Their goal is to create a uniform look all over the scalp so that no area or patch stands apart and draws eyeballs.

Does the scar pigment match the skin tone?

The goal of treatment is to cover the scar so no one can tell you ever had it. The scar pigment covers the scar so effectively that it looks like the surrounding skin. The best thing about this pigment for scars is that it remains where it is placed and seems to last forever without blurring along the edges.

DM pigments are designed for delivering darker hair density without deviating from the natural color of clients. Designed especially for notorious scars that do not easily accept ink, the pigment has a great staying power. Usually scars reject inks and pigments.

The new formula stays in the scar areas for years so clients don’t need to switch to a different type of pigment for scars. Clients do not experience any complications during the healing process.

DermMicro claims that the scar pigment is so tough on the toughest of scars that it is designed to never leave the client's skin. That means once it is implanted into the scar, nothing can remove it, not even a tattoo removal laser machine. The scar pigment is designed to be placed in scar tissue. It may also be used for burns.

Order the best SMP ink for scars on the DermMicro website today and help your clients get rid of the stress of living with scars or burns, which can be unsightly. Removal of a scar is tough but it can surely be camouflaged with the best scar pigment out there on the DM store.

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