If you are interested in getting Scalp MicroPigmentation for your hair loss condition, take a moment to read to make sure you are a suitable candidate for this procedure.

Here is a list of contra-indications to Scalp MicroPigmentation:

  • Pregnancy or breast-feeding in the first few months
  • Heart disorders
  • Auto immune diseases
  • Type I diabetic
  • Skin cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Allergies
  • Keloid and hypertrophic scarring
  • Taking blood thinning medication
  • Taking photo-sensitising drugs

If you have a scalp condition, please discuss this with your practitioner so we can make a recommendation for you during your consultation.

If you have had a hair transplant procedure, we need to allow at least 6-9 months for grafts to settle, grow and heal before treating this area. Each case is individual so discussing this with your SMP artist will ensure we get the most out of your transplant procedure results.

If you are using toppical hair solutions, hair loss medications or undergoing PRP therapy, needling or steroid injections to the scalp, we will explain how to continue therapy in conjunction with Scalp MicroPigmentation for Men or Women.


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Claudia from Scalp MicroPigmentation Australia – Melbourne location treating a client with Scalp MicroPigmentation

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