While Scalp MicroPigmentation (SMP) is a highly effective and safe procedure, there are certain situations in which it may not be advisable. These contraindications are crucial to consider before undergoing SMP to ensure the best and safest results. Here are some potential contraindications to keep in mind:
Pregnancy and Breastfeeding:
It is recommended to postpone SMP until after pregnancy and breastfeeding. Hormonal changes during this time may affect the skin's response to the procedure.
Active Skin Conditions:
Individuals with active skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, or severe acne on the scalp should consult with a healthcare professional before undergoing SMP.
Recent Hair Transplants:
SMP should be postponed until after the scalp has fully healed from any recent hair transplant surgeries. It's important to allow ample time for the transplant area to settle.
Open Wounds or Lesions:
SMP should not be performed on areas with open wounds, cuts, or lesions. It's crucial for the scalp to be fully healed before undergoing the procedure.
Sunburn or Tanned Skin:
Sunburned or excessively tanned skin can affect the pigment's absorption and may lead to uneven results. It's advisable to wait until the skin returns to its normal state.
History of Keloid Scarring:
Individuals with a history of keloid scarring may be at a higher risk for developing keloid scars after SMP. It's essential to consult with a healthcare professional before proceeding.
Certain medications that suppress the immune system may affect the healing process. It's important to discuss any medications with your SMP artist before the procedure.
Allergies or Sensitivities to Pigments:
Individuals with known allergies or sensitivities to pigments or tattoo inks should consult with their SMP artist beforehand to ensure a safe and suitable procedure.
Blood Clotting Disorders:
Individuals with blood clotting disorders or those taking blood-thinning medications may need special considerations. It's crucial to inform your SMP artist about any such conditions.
Chemotherapy or Radiation Therapy:
SMP may not be advisable during or immediately after cancer treatments. It's important to consult with a healthcare professional before considering SMP in such cases.
Prior to undergoing SMP, a thorough consultation with a qualified SMP artist and, when necessary, a healthcare professional, will help identify any potential contraindications and ensure the safest and most effective procedure for you. Your safety and well-being are our top priorities. 💈💪 #MicroBarber #HairConfidence #SMPContraindications