What Tools are Used for Scalp Micropigmentation?

Posted by Mary Shoufield on

So you are experiencing hair loss and looking for the right solution. You have tried many solutions but are not too happy with the results. of course, every treatment might not work for you, and it does not happen overnight either. You may have to wait for months or years for the treatment to show results. does that mean you will continue to struggle with hair loss? Of course, not! There is scalp micropigmentation to mimic the look of a fuller head of hair. SMP is the job of specialists, who are skilled in using the special SMP tools and equipment. Let's take a look at the tools used in SMP.

SMP Tools

SMP involves implanting pigment into the scalp in a pattern that creates the appearance of hair follicles. It is a popular hair restoration procedure for men and women suffering from thinning hair, baldness, and receding hairlines. It uses special tools, including pigments, pen, and needles, among others.

Pigments

SMP pigment is different from tattoo ink. The procedure uses organic ink to create subtle yet impressive results, which are selected based on the client’s complexion and scalp color. The goal is to get as close to the scalp and hair color as possible so that results that are realistic.

Pen

SMP pen is designed as lightweight and stable. It is engineered to deliver precise ink into the dermis. Some pens come with interchangeable stroke suits that enable better flexibility for SMP styles. ​DM 2.0 pen is a masterpiece, which is designed to achieve high density scalp follicles points in combination with DM pigment and needles. These are so light in weight that the SMP practitioner can work for long scalp sessions without feeling tired or uncomfortable.

Needles

SMP needles are different from normal needles. There is a world of difference between both. In fact, tattoo needles also do not come close. Both are different. SMP needles are incredibly small to create follicle-like dots filled with SMP ink. The right type of scalp micropigmentation ink is critical to delivering natural and realistic results.

Silicone ink cups

Unlike plastic ink cups that can be rigid enough to damage the needle, there are some SMP special silicone ink cups that do not splash ink out when touched.  Soft to touch, Silicon ink cups are not easily damaged if the needle is accidently inserted into them. DermMicro specializes in silicone ink cups that are available in 2 sizes, taking scalp micropigmentation to the next level. While large cups are better suited for an entire session, smaller ones are perfect for use in smaller areas. For example, if a scalp artist needs to cover a scar, they will choose small cups.

Ordering DM products is easy on DermMicro website. All of these products are high-quality and engineered with precision to deliver excellence every single time. Scalp practitioners trust DM tools for scalp micropigmentation sessions, which involve correcting hair loss problems, including baldness, pattern hair loss, receding hairline, and hair thinning.

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