cover scars with smp
Prior to the introduction of scalp micropigmentation, perhaps the most popular treatment for hair loss was hair transplantation. Let’s face it, at first, it really did sound like it was too good to be true.
Well, it was. Indeed, it has worked for many individuals; however, those for whom it has not have gone through an invasive procedure at significant cost. The skin is a complex organ and manipulating it for the purposes of re-introducing new hair will always have risks. Therefore, it stands to reason that hair transplant clients are left with heavy scarring from their experience since the treatment is surgical and scarring is our body’s way of protecting itself from further injury. However, it isn’t just hair transplant clients we see, we also see many athletes and people who have suffered head injuries for accidents. As the thickest skin on the body, the scalp skin is also where the densest amount of blood vessels is found, meaning that a scar, even from a relatively small injury, is quite common.