So you have had a bad scalp pigmentation experience. It seems as if your fears have translated into reality as far as SMP is concerned. But who is to be blamed when it comes to a bad SMP? Should we blame the procedure or the fault lies elsewhere? Well, the fact of the matter is that SMP is a success when performed by the best scalp artist.
Contrarily, it is a failure when you get it done from inexperienced hands. So what next when you have had a bad SMP already? Well, the next best step is to choose the right SMP artist with skills and experience in removing a bad procedure. What’s more, they should have access to the best tools and products for the job. What are the tools or products that a scalp practitioner needs to remove bad SMP?
The right tools/products matter
SMP can be a game-changer for people troubled with scalp problems. There are numerous types of scalp issues, such as thinning hair, hair loss, male/female pattern baldness, and hair thinning. While scalp micropigmentation presents an excellent solution to these scalp problems, done poorly, it can ruin the client’s look as well.
Bad SMP is an unfortunate reality for those who end up in wrong hands. A skilled, experienced, and professional scalp artist has everything needed to do the job perfectly. But when a person already has had a bad experience at another clinic, they can easily lose their self confidence and self-esteem. Bad SMP could be in the form of blurring, fading ink, discoloration, pigment migration, badly done hairlines that look unnatural, oversized follicle dots, and poor spacing in each dot. Only an inexperienced or unskilled artist or tattoo artist can do this.
SMP is not the same as a tattoo. It uses special SMP tools and equipment. In fact, SMP tools are different from that of conventional tattoo. In fact, there is a huge difference between the type and size of needle in both procedures. While tattoo requires deeper incision, the depth of penetration in case of scalp micropigmentation is not much. SMP requires HD pigments that do not fade, blur, or migrate, unlike tattoo inks.
How To Remove Bad SMP, Spots, Scars?
A bad SMP may have a dotty appearance or look like oversized dots. Such a defective treatment requires top-quality products. DermMicro has come up with SMP removal products that are especially designed for the job.
The scar pigment can effectively work on blotched, flaky, or blurred spots. They also have a spot remover that is formulated like a saline solution to remove bad SMP points.
Complexion Correction is one of the most potent products to get rid of bad SMP. It can even help lighten up a hard hairline and covering up a hyperpigmented scar.
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