Scalp Micropigmentation for Men

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) for men is a cutting-edge solution tailored to address common concerns such as male pattern baldness, thinning hair, or receding hairlines. This innovative procedure utilizes specialized pigments to create the appearance of closely shaved hair follicles, resulting in a fuller, more youthful look.

Whether seeking to create a defined hairline, add density to thinning areas, or camouflage scars, SMP offers a versatile and long-lasting solution for men seeking to restore confidence in their appearance.

Scalp Micropigmentation, SMP Atelier, Canterbury KEnt
Before and after Scalp Micropigmentation Scotland, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Canterbury, Kent
Before and after Scalp Micropigmentation Scotland, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Canterbury, Kent


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Pre Treatment and Aftercare

For best results and to make the most of the procedure, it is important to follow the advice given below

Before the treatment


In the week leading up to your first session:

  • Moisturise your scalp to keep it in optimal condition
  • Remove any hair systems to allow your scalp to breathe
  • Protect your scalp from sunburn
  • It may also be beneficial for you to hydrate and eat well and reduce intake of alcohol and caffeine
  • Shave your scalp the night before your treatment

On the day of your treatment:

  • Wash your scalp to eliminate any hair fibres, thickening sprays, gels, or moisturiser

After the treatment


The first 5 days:

  • Avoid showering your head and protect it from the rain
  • Do not shave your scalp
  • Keep out of sun, avoid sunburn
  • Avoid heavy exercise, saunas and steam rooms or any activity that may cause your scalp to sweat
  • Do not wear caps, hats or any headwear
  • Do not scratch the impressions
  • You may shave as normal from day 5 onwards

From day 14 onwards:

  • Wash and moisturise your scalp daily
  • Take extra care when shaving your scalp
  • Protect your scalp from sun by applying sunscreen
  • Avoid swimming for at least 6 weeks