Scalp micropigmentation is intended as a permanent hair loss solution.
No one should get this procedure if they have the intention of removing the ink later.
Scalp micropigmentation tattoo pigment is not deposited as deep in the skin as traditional tattoo ink, so it’s easier to remove, although still a bit time-consuming.
There are numerous reasons why someone would want to remove scalp micropigmentation, the main reason being that they have got the treatment done by someone who does not have the proper training.
Several different removal methods are available, including laser hair removal, saline removal, and UNDO.
A laser is a device that emits light through optical amplification based on the stimulated emission of photons.
A laser differs from other sources of light in that it emits light coherently.
Spatial coherence allows a laser to be focused to a tight spot, enabling applications such as laser tattoo removal to be done so precisely.
The intense ultraviolet light breaks down the molecules in the pigment into their component parts.
Your immune system will then take away those simplified molecules and deliver them to the lymph nodes, where they are absorbed.
Lasers are used in applications that require high brightness but not necessarily in ones that require coherent control or high intensity.
There are many different tattoo techniques.
Saline tattooing is essentially using a saltwater solution to eliminate pigment.
The salt dries out the area surrounding the implant, which promotes your body’s natural flushing process.
This technique works best for permanent makeup as a large surface area would have to be cleaned with saline, but it does not work well on most body parts due to too much saturation making it difficult for your skin to flush out all the pigment by itself.
UNDO is the removal system of choice for scalp micropigmentation.
Utilizing natural ingredients and a three-step process this system safely and gently pulls any pigment from the skin and creates smooth and flawless results.
Step one is deracination serum; this step wakes up the dormant tattoo ink in your skin, pulling it to the surface to be removed more effectively.
Next, you should use lifting clay; this acts like a magnet, attracting the ink particles and additional pigment driven to your skin’s surface by step one.
The third step employs vibrating microcurrents, which help aid faster healing while also helping to make your skin smoother and reducing scarring while shortening recovery time overall!
None of the clients who had the procedure showed any signs of hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation.
The procedure is entirely safe for all people and isn’t as invasive as other tattoo removal methods.
The image used is not our work and only to show a bad SMP procedure.