Scalp Micropigmentation is the perfect alternative to surgical procedures for hair loss.  This treatment is increasingly popular with men who experienced hair loss on the scalp, but  can be extremely beneficial for women too.

Scalp Micropigmentation, also known as SMP, Scalp Tattooing and  Follicle Simulation,  is an incredible treatment that can help both men and women.  Many women suffer from hair loss, which can really affect confidence and daily activities.  Hair loss in women is very different to men and can happen suddenly after childbirth, or as a result of medication and illness.  I have spoken with many women who say that it affects their day to day life, from not going out when it's raining and windy, to not going swimming with their family on holiday - all because they don't want others to notice their hair loss. 

The treatment that I offer is hair follicle simulation, which essentially means that I carefully study your own natural follicle pattern and replicate this in areas that are thinning or with out hair. I don't tattoo hair strokes or shade the scalp, as this does not provide natural results either in the short or long term.  The results are truly incredible and I love seeing how the results boost my clients confidence.  

Scalp tattooing is can really help those with the following;  

  • Scars on the scalp (also see our scar improvement treatments, as these two treatments together can provide fantastic results. Click here
  • Irregular hair pattern / partial baldness
  • Thinning hair
  • Alopecia
  • Trichotillomania
  • Areas of localised baldness, due to hair extension damage.
  • Scarring post FUE and FUT hair transplant procedures.

I have trained with Finishing Touches Group, who are International leaders in training in Scalp Micropigmentation training. 

Please get in touch to arrange a free consultation and find out how scalp tattooing can help you. Prices start at £250.00 per session. 

0% INTEREST FINANCE AVAILABLE FOR UP 12 MONTHS, SUBJECT TO A CONSULTATION AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS. The first treatment must be paid in full at the first appointment. 


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