Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a highly advanced method of cosmetic pigmentation also known as permanent cosmetics, Scalp Micropigmentation is also unique in a variety of ways. SMP involves the use of highly specialized equipment and techniques to inject pigment into the scalp
a procedure that uses needles to embed pigments into the skin. This creates the illusion of a full head of hair, which can help those with hair loss regain their confidence.
HISTORY OF SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION
The use of pigments to replicate natural hair dates back to 1970s. Back then the procedure was mainly used as a way of camouflage scars left behind after botched hair transplant operations.
The modern technique employed in the procedure was invented in 2002 by IAN WATSON and RAIBIR RAI-Watson, the confounders of his hair clinic. The clinic was originally located in the UK but has since gone international opening a network of branches in the united states, Canada, Spain, France and other countries