Our pigments are made from organic non-toxic ingredients, so they should not have any adverse effects. If you have overly sensitive skin, we recommend doing a patch test on a smaller area to start.
2. Will I Bleed during the procedure?
Our SMP equipment is regulated to only go into the epidermal layers of the skin. We are not going into the dermal layers as is the case with a tattoo, so there is minimal to no bleeding.
3. How is this different than a tattoo?
The equipment and techniques are completely different for scalp micropigmentation and tattooing. Sometimes using the analogy of a head tattoo can make the process more understandable to those who first learn about the procedure.
4. Is this the same as permanent makeup?
Permanent makeup artists are trained to use iron-oxide based pigments which can change color due to the body's metabolization of iron. The techniques are also very different and you should be wary of any permanent makeup artist without specific SMP training.
5. Will it work for my skin tone and color?
Our Treatment is suited to all skin types and colors. White, African-Canadian, Latino, Asian and mixed races are all suitable candidates for our treatment. Our unique process matches your hair follicle color and skin tone to blend seamlessly.
6. How long will the results last?
Our work is guaranteed to last for a minimum of 10 years.
7. What are your prices?
The price is dependent on numerous factors. You may schedule a no-obligation consultation to obtain specific pricing