Scalp micropigmentation is a form of cosmetic tattooing. As such, it implies breaking the surface of the skin over and over again, and the area needs time and special care to close up the micro-wounds. Luckily, the treatment is much less invasive than traditional body tattooing and the recovery is short and simple, but it does entail an aftercare routine you need to follow as closely as possible.
Here’s a day by day guide through the scalp micropigmentation aftercare routine.
In terms of after care scalp micropigmentation is not too demanding, but you will need to make some minor adjustments to your normal routine.
Since the area will be going through a recovery cycle and it will be sensitive, you will need to clean it in a certain way and with suitable products. You’ll also need to refrain from certain activities so that you allow the pigments to settle into the skin properly and achieve the best possible results.
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If you want to keep your scalp micropigmentation looking as fresh as possible for as long as possible, there are certain activities and products you should avoid. Of course, SMP is here to make your life better, not restrict it, but you can make some minor adjustments to make the most of your SMP.
Here’s what to avoid as part of long-term SMP after care:
Scalp micropigmentation aftercare is simple, but it is essential to proper healing and maximum effects of your SMP treatment. It boils down to not touching your scalp, keeping it dry, cleaning it in a certain way, moisturizing if advised, and avoiding sweating and harsh products.