SMP hair and trico pigmentation (not forgetting hair transplants) are popular procedures in clinics in the UK and globally. At Skalptec, we receive a lot of questions about trico pigmentation, and how it compares to scalp micropigmentation.
For those who are not aware, tricopigmentation is a temporary form of scalp micropigmentation. SMP stays on the scalp indefinitely unless it is removed. SMP hair can fade if it isn’t maintained and it requires just a short top-up treatment occasionally every 3-5 years. Trico however, in theory at least, starts to fade after 6-9 months and is completely gone within a couple of years.
Many of those asking about trico pigmentation in the UK ask about the long term implications of the treatment being permanent scalp and are under the impression that trico is somehow safer. This is incorrect and this belief is fundamentally flawed.
Whether you’re considering SMP (scalp micro pigmentation) or tripigmentation, the following are considerations that every prospective client should be aware of:
In common with other highly experienced scalp micropigmentation clinics, at Skalptec we provide SMP services for men and women. We do not carry out tricopigmentation. If you are certain you would prefer a micropigmentation treatment for your scalp, contact us or call us 0845 625 0025 and our experienced team will be happy to provide you with the discreet advice and guidance you need.