Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a popular treatment for hair loss. Natural pigments are used on the epidermis of the scalp to create the illusion of real hair follicles, but it also has side effects and disadvantages.
As we all know, scalp micropigmentation is considered an inexpensive alternative to hair transplantation. This process involves tattooing small dots on your head (between your hair follicles) that can replicate the hair-like texture.
Many of us are allergic to ink. Rash, itching, pain, and swelling are quite common in or around the ink stained area. In the case of SMP, this area is the scalp! Although allergies on the scalp are easier to hide by wearing a hat, because the scalp is more sensitive, it is more troublesome.
There is a high possibility of skin infection after scalp micropigmentation. Allergies are inherent, but even a small error in SMP treatment can lead to infection, and sometimes even fatal. Lack of hygiene, blood-related complexity and unpredictable reactions are some of the causes of infection.
Hundreds of men who had undergone SMP surgery reported that there was an inflammation called granuloma around the tattoo ink. In rare cases, micro-pigmentation and tattoos on the scalp generally also lead to keloids, raised areas caused by excessive growth of scar tissue. This may not be very common, but there are also men who have experienced this problem after receiving SMP treatment.
A needle, if infected, can cause serious illness. If the equipment used to make a head tattoo is contaminated, you may be infected with various blood-borne diseases, including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. Therefore, we strongly recommend staying away from cheap scalp micropigmentation treatments!
In an MRI examination, tattoos and permanent makeup can sometimes cause swelling and burning of the affected area. The results are the same as those for scalp micropigmentation, because tattoo pigments can interfere with image quality and the overall effect of MRI scan results.
SMP is not the best treatment for hair loss. In the past ten years, modern hair systems have been successful in helping men fight hair loss without side effects, while allowing men to choose their own hairstyle at will. A hair system is created using human or synthetic hair hand-woven onto a particular base of material such as lace. The base is then adhered to the individual’s head with the preferred method of attachment (tape or adhesive), and cut and blended to make it is undetectable. We recommend LAVIVID hair systems, they are made of 100% human hair-they can ensure your natural appearance, easy to wear and maintain, will not affect your exercise or intense exercise, and its price will not make you unable burden. LAVIVID provides 24-hour customer service consulting services. If you want more information about the hair system or if you are using the hair system for the first time, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org, they will reply you as soon as possible.