Scalp micropigmentation is a non-surgical hair restoration option for men and women suffering from hair loss. What has helped SMP become a household name is that it is permanent and lasts a long time. Touch-ups every few years can help revive the look. SMP involves placing tiny dots to recreate the look of follicles. The goal of treatment is to hide the scalp flaws and give the look of a full head of hair.
Does SMP Fade?
There are a few factors that decide the length and quality of SMP results. This includes type and quality of ink used, expertise of the scalp artist, and expectations of the client, among others.
SMP lasts 4-6 years. If you choose an expert hand for the procedure, you are guaranteed to get good results. Professionals use the best quality ink to implant the right tones and amount of pigment in each follicle. They pay attention to detail and understand how much is too much so that they do not go too light or too dark as far as the ink is concerned.
There are some other factors that will determine whether SMP ink stays or fades away. Is the scalp exposed to the sun on a daily basis? Did you take care of the scalp after SMP?
If you holistically follow SMP aftercare tips, you are rest assured that the treatment will last long.
Though SMP lasts for years, it will begin fading at some point, depending on a few factors. This includes how your body responds to the ink. Every person’s body reacts differently to the pigment. This is one of the factors that determines how long the ink stays. Naturally, the ink will begin fading over a period of time. Due to the natural process of exfoliation, it is likely that the ink will fade gradually.
The type and quality of ink is the most important factor. A skilled professional has a proven track record of working with the best-quality products and tools to deliver excellent results. DermMicro HD pigments are widely popular for their strength, durability, and quality.
While all other inks blur and spread in the client's scars, HD pigment do not spread, migrate, or blur even years later. There are 3 colors, including Pigment C, Pigment M, and Pigment B, which do not need dilution. The SMP artist chooses the pigment based on the client's skin color as indicated by the DermMicro Color Chart.
DM backs its pigments with a guarantee that they need no dilution, unlike other inks.
Pick the Best that lasts long
So if you are looking for a product that is guaranteed to work and survive for a long time, then DermMicro HD pigments might interest you. Each pigment is a unique blend of a fibrous structural protein, known as Keratin and organic pigments. The HD ink gives the natural look of actual hair stubble from near as well as a distance. DermMicro pigment is the first choice of transplant doctors who perform SMP for their clients as the ink is known not to migrate, get discolored, or blur.
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