Example: When showering, do not spray the water directly onto your scalp. A Shower cap can be used if
needed. You may cleanse your scalp after treatment by gently wiping with clean hands, wet wipes or a wet
paper towel. No soaps and or shampoos to be used during this time.
Do NOT apply chemical based colours, fibres, makeup, antibiotic creams, ointments, Monoxidil or RetinA to the treated area until it is fully healed. We recommend at least 10+ days after your
final session as this may cause the pigment to discolour or fade.
Do not expose your scalp to strong sunlight while healing. For shaved heads, always apply sunscreen. We recommend you stay out of strong sunlight during the initial 7-10 day settling period
to avoid having to use sunscreen on your treatment area, and instead wear a hat. It is important that you do not sunburn your scalp to the point that would cause peeling, especially within the first 2 weeks following treatment.
Any sun damage which causes peeling on the healing tattoo can lead to fading and uneven treatment results. This includes after treatment is fully healed.
Wet shaving with a razor blade for 10 days after each session of the procedure.
Do not rub, pick or scratch the treated area or scabbing that may appear, as this may cause uneven healing and the impressions to be less crisp. Gently tap if you experience itching.
Keep your scalp moisturised with a water based moisturiser or light oil once your treatment has settled. This will help to keep the scalp in good condition & helps to extend the longevity of your SMP.
You can now resume your normal daily routine
Exfoliate your scalp at least 2 times a month to remove dead skin cells and maintain the appearance of the pigments.
Avoid chlorinated pools, saltwater, saunas, and steam rooms for 3 week after treatment
Always wear SPF 50+ as UV rays can cause the pigment to fade.
Avoid using products that use a high concentration of alcohol. To tell how much alcohol is in a product check the label. On the labels, ingredients are listed in descending order of concentration. If alcohol is one of the first ingredients it is best to avoid it.
Avoid products with AHA as this will cause pigment to fade.