Scalp Micropigmentation:

Hair Pigmentation

How Can SMP Help?

Scalp micropigmentation is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure where a natural pigment is applied to the scalp. It is perfect for those suffering from hair loss such as alopecia and can even camouflage any scarring from previous trauma to the scalp. The treatment aims to add density and replicate the appearance of natural hair follicles and, if needed, can even create a brand new hairline.

The greatest thing about SMP is that there is little to no downtime and you can continue with your day as normal. Contact us today to book in for a consultation.

SMP Results

We Can Help with:


Hair Density



How Much Does It Cost?

The Norwood Scale

The ludwig Scale


*£400 – £850
Norwood 2-3 / Ludwig 1 density


*£850 – £1500
Norwood 4-5 / Ludwig2 density


*£1500 – £2500
Norwood 6-7 / Ludwig 3 density


*(All prices agreed during consultation)

FAQs & Aftercare

Here at SMP Aesthetics, we want you to feel as comfortable as possible before, during and after your treatment. We are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding the treatment. If you find your questions haven’t been answered, get in touch via the most suitable method and we will happily answer any of your queries.

How long the treatment takes will all come down to the area being covered and the needed treatment level.
Throughout your consultation, we will provide you with a guided time of how long the treatment may take. We never rush the procedure as we want to give you the best results possible.
On average, a treatment may take between 3 and 5 hours.

Scalp micropigmentation is carried out using a natural pigment and the treatment has been designed to give the illusion of actual hair follicles. 
The aim of SMP is to create that buzz-cut hairstyle and the results are completely undetectable. 

Scalp micropigmentation is a non-invasive treatment and requires absolutely no down time so you don’t need to take any time off work. 
Initially after treatment, you may experience slight redness but this is completely normal. 

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