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How much does SMP cost in Vancouver?

As one of Canada’s busiest SMP artists based in Vancouver, I receive many emails each week from individuals interested in SMP. However, frequently I get email or DM’s with a simple question “How much does SMP cost?”

This is a very difficult question to answer without specifics on the individual’s hair and hair loss situation.

When I receive a generalized none specific question like this, I can only provide a broad range of my SMP prices. As it is impossible for me to see the individual’s own hair loss pattern and therefore give an accurate price.

So in order for me to best advise, I always recommend that they come in for an in person consultation. If this is not possible, then I will request they send me some photos of their scalp or do a Face Time consultation.

This way I can assess their hair loss, hair colour, hair pattern and hair density, and once I’ve seen this, I can provide an accurate price.

Price of SMP

As a general rule my own personal prices here at my Vancouver SMP clinic are based on the five procedures which, on average I perform on a regular basis. These are as follows:

  • Full SMP: $3200-$3600 (Occasionally $4000)
  • Full male/female density: $2800-$3200
  • Crown density: $1800-$2200
  • Hairline density: $1800-$2200
  • Scar concealment: $1200-$2200

I believe in being as transparent as possible with my procedure prices and expectations.

However, these are an “average” price example, of course there are always exceptions.

Most full SMP’s are achieved in 3 sessions and cost between $3200-$3600

Most full SMP’s and full density treatments will be achieved in 3 sessions. Hairline and crown densities can be achieved in 2 sessions, as well as most scar concealment treatments. All sessions come with a complimentary touch up, 2-6 months after the final SMP session.

Price is based on hair loss and sessions needed

As mentioned earlier, there are exceptions to every rule; the prices and the amount of sessions recommended are based on past results and my averages. Occasionally and for reasons out of my control some individuals may fade faster, have pigment retention issues and therefore might require additional sessions.

Also as mentioned earlier, I do not give final prices without seeing an individuals scalp either in person or via Face Time or photos.

Many times I will suggest to an interested individual to take a look at my Instagram page @robjamessmp . Once there, they might find something similar to what they are looking for.

As a side note, most of the SMP’s on my Instagram page are full SMP’s, therefore three sessions plus a touch up. Prices of which, would range from $3000 to $3600.

If you have any questions regarding SMP or SMP pricing in Canada, do not hesitate to contact me for a consultation.

I am always available to offer free advice and information from

Our Vancouver based SMP clinic.

 

How to find a Vancouver SMP Specialist

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As an experienced SMP artist I am frequently meeting and consulting with clients. On average, my client consultations span a huge variety of ages, needs, budgets and knowledge on the process of SMP. I always try to give un bias, helpful and clear information, in an attempt to help those thinking about SMP get the best possible results, regardless of where they end up getting their SMP done.

For those who might not know what SMP is

SMP is a sophisticated cosmetic tattoo 

SMP is the abbreviated name for Scalp Micropigmentation, which is essentially a cosmetic tattoo used as a practical solution for hair loss.

The SMP procedure uses a tiny disposable needle attached to a mechanical tattoo machine (wand). This needle is dipped into a pigment, which is then deposited at a superficial level into the scalp.

These deposits, which are called impressions mimic the appearance of tiny hair follicles, helping the recipient restore the look of a full head of hair.

When a skilled and experienced artist performs the procedure correctly at the right depth, tone and density, it replicates natural hair follicles perfectly. And can be used for a myriad of hair loss situations.

But how do you know if an SMP artist is right for you?

Take your time

The first thing I always tell a prospective client when searching for an SMP artist is not to panic, do not rush into a decision. Make sure you do your homework and find the right fit for you. You will potentially be working with an artist for 12-15 hours so make sure you have good communication and a confident feeling regarding the process and your chosen style.

Artist Style

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Choose a style that suits you

It goes without saying that your chosen Vancouver SMP artist should have an eye for detail, proven results and have an SMP style that suits your desired final look.

Studio

Make sure your artist is working out of a suitable studio or clinic one where you can feel comfortable and at ease. Make sure the environment is clean, sanitary and feels safe.

Communication 

Part of the consultation process should be an open and honest discussion about the pros and cons of all the SMP styles and the varying SMP procedures. Some styles might now suit some individuals and some procedures might also not be suitable for some individuals. This is where clear, concise, honest communication comes into play. Often times this knowledge is usually acquired over years of experience.

SMP treatments

SMP do it once, do it right

As SMP treatments are typically split over three separate sessions, I usually encourage my clients to be conservative regarding hairline shape and placement. Remember you can always add more as the session’s progress, but you cannot take away.  As the saying goes, slow and steady wins the race. Remember you can also still add more during the two-month touch up session.

SMP Aftercare

Unlike a hair transplant there is little to no downtime. However there is aftercare to follow and the aftercare is an important aspect, which leads to higher quality final results.

It is important that your artist provides you with clear easy to follow instruction on how to care for your SMP in between the sessions as well as after the entire procedure. Your artist should provide you with a pamphlet highlighting the aftercare instructions.

So, where can I find a quality Vancouver SMP artist?

Work should be open and honest 

An artist should have his or her catalogue on display either on their website of on some other form of social media.

As a side note, make sure all the work you’re seeing is theirs.

I do hope this helps finding you the best possible SMP experience.

Rob James is one of the most experienced SMP artists in Canada, known for his ultra realistic styles. If you are looking for a cost effective, solution for hair loss, Rob James is a Vancouver SMP specialist who can provide you with the right information.

 

Top 5 ways to achieve a natural looking SMP in Vancouver

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How to get natural SMP results in Vancouver

Whether you’re looking for a completely new hairline or looking to add density to a thinning scalp, many people want something that does not look like they’ve had SMP. In other words, a natural looking head of short hair. But how do you know that is what you’re going to get?

Many people seek me out as an artist because this is pretty much all I do (natural looking scalp micropigmentation) If someone wants super sharp, super straight lines, I generally send them somewhere else because I’m sure there’s many artists who do that better than me. The beauty of SMP is that (if done properly) it can be catered to your wants, needs and style.

In my opinion natural means, unobtrusive, subtle and inconspicuous an addition to your existing hairline and scalp density that does not draw unnecessary attention. A natural looking SMP should blend seamlessly into your surrounding hair. Has a shape that is complimentary to your face and a tone that does not look out of place. Natural also means something that is appropriate for your age and stage in life, as well as something that will stay relevant as you mature.

So if you’re looking for natural looking scalp micropigmentation in Vancouver I have created a 5 point list of things which (I think) you should be looking for if you want to achieve a natural looking SMP in Vancouver. A good artist will be able to discuss these aspects of the process with you and make sure you’re on the right track.

#1 Design: Most of the time a natural hairline is never perfectly symmetrical and it is not made up of sharp right angles. The face should not be narrowly framed by a razor sharp box and the hairline should not be too low on the forehead. This will result in a narrow, short forehead and a look that just isn’t natural. A natural design can be straight and it can be lower, but it does have to compliment your facial structure and resemble your pre existing hairline to a degree. I always like to see old photos of a client’s hairline and use that as a guideline. (As a sideline, we are all different and some individuals do possess a very straight hairline).

Best Natural looking SMP in Vancouver

Modest design for natural SMP results

#2 Blending: A natural SMP should blend perfectly into your surrounding short hair, there should be no heavy defining line where natural hair meets two dimensional cosmetic tattoo (SMP hair). A straight line where your SMP starts and you natural hair ends will definitely draw attention, taking away from the natural look you desire. And experienced artist will know how to blend seamlessly.

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#3 Impressions: The individual SMP impressions should match your existing short hair width. I’ve seen so many SMP’s where the impressions are far too large in comparison to the surrounding natural hair. Often the contrast between SMP impressions and the client’s natural hair width is too evident and this does not allow for a convincing blend. This ultimately comes down to the artist’s cartridge selection and impression depth.

A natural looking SMP in Vancouver

#4 Tone: Using the correct pigment tone is of vital importance in achieving a natural looking SMP. Depending on my client’s skin tone and hair colour, I tend to select two tones to use throughout the process. I blend the sides into the existing short hair with an identical grey scale tone and for the top I use a tone just a tad darker than the existing hair. This will compensate for fading over time and will give a desirable fade appearance as the SMP transcends from slightly darker on top into perfectly blended sides. The hairline is also a shade lighter and less dense than the forelock and mid scalp, creating a natural feathered hairline.

#5 Artist: SMP is an art, no two artists are alike, and everyone has their own style and skill level. Select your artist carefully, knowing what style you want will help you and the artist know if you’re a good fit for one another. Initially you can choose an artist via their body of work, does it resonate with you and your desired style? Then I advise meeting an artist in person, so that you can discuss your desired end result. If you’re looking for natural, choose an artist whose work consistently looks natural. Do not expect an artist to do something completely different looking from their existing body of work. Good communication is paramount, as you will both want to have a clear understanding of what you are hoping to achieve.

Aim for experience & natural results

I tell all my clients, slow and steady wins the race when it comes to creating a great looking SMP. Do not rush and do not expect the finished result in a matter of hours. And if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is! Remember, this is your head, so do it once and do it right!

With well over one thousand SMP’s to his name, Rob James is one of Canada’s most requested SMP artists known for his ultra natural SMP results.

Rob James works out of his Vancouver SMP Clinic Advanced Scalp. 

Contact info@robjamessmp.com for a free consultation.

10 Tips for Achieving a Natural Looking SMP in Vancouver

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Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a safe, reliable and detailed cosmetic tattoo for your scalp. The goal of SMP is to perfectly mimic the appearance of hair follicles, helping you restore the look of a full head of shaved hair.

When done correctly, SMP assists in creating a number of realistic aesthetics. These include the illusion of shaved hair, reducing the contrast between hair and scalp in thinning hair, and scar concealment.  What makes SMP unique and powerful is its level of versatility. Each client has the power to customize their SMP to the exact look they desire.

If you’re new to my blog series, my name is Rob James. I am a skilled scalp micropigmentation artist and owner of the Vancouver based clinic, Advanced Scalp. I complete hundreds of SMP procedures on a yearly basis with an extensive list of satisfied clients. My SMP artistic style is ultra natural and subtle. Consulting with hundreds of clients a year, I tend get to asked the same question – “will my SMP look natural?”. My specific style is natural and subtle; and I do not do any other style.

Ensuring your SMP turns out realistic and natural may feel like it’s down to luck, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are 10 tips to attain natural results from your Scalp Micropigmentation sessions.

  1. Find your artist

Look for an artist with experience and a style that appeals to your tastes. Make sure their portfolio matches the end results that you’re looking for. If their portfolio is full of natural looking SMPs, then this is a good indication that their work will suit your desires. If their style of work seems too dark, too straight too sharp or box like and monotone, then there is a high chance your end result will not be what you’re looking for. Of course, there is nothing wrong with these styles, but they may not suit your needs of natural SMP styles.

It’s also best to avoid someone whose style is all over the place. For example, I only do one style, natural, diffused, subtle and graduated.  Clients who are looking for this end result instantly know that I will be able to achieve this without any doubts.

  1. Less is always more

Choose to build your SMP slowly, you can always add more as the sessions progress, you cannot take it away. Try to be patient; I know it’s easier said than done, as you really want to see the results fast. But the best SMPs are built using a layering method and final finishing process for that 3D effect. Taking things at a slower pace means you have full control at every step of the process. This way, you can make sure that the work does not deviate from your desired look.

  1. Placement

Where you place the SMP makes a big difference when trying to achieve a natural final result, especially the hairline. Once the SMP is blended into the short, existing, surrounding hair one must try not to exceed where you think your natural hairline would sit.

This ties into the less is more rule. You can always add to a hairline over time, but you cannot take it away. Try to envision where you think your natural hairline would sit and start just a fraction behind this point. This ensures your results are accurate. The same tactic goes for building out the temple areas – do not box in the forehead with an unnatural hairline and sides.

  1. Age Appropriate

You want to consider your SMP a permanent fixture, so try to get something that is age appropriate. A style that suits your current age and stage as well as something that will still suit you in five or six years down the road. To avoid this, look for something timeless and natural.

  1. Good Communication

Make sure you have good communication with an experienced SMP artist. Bring photos of their previous work that speaks to you; this can serve as a helpful guide for your chosen artist. It’s important to remember that SMP is a building process. So, it’s good to discuss the various stages of the build so as to get realistic expectations of what to expect throughout the process.

I always suggest working with an artist who is patient and has a great track record. It’s also important as a client to be patient and enjoy the journey.

  1. Colour

Make sure your artist is well-versed and experienced in colour theory. It’s important that the pigment matches your surrounding, existing hair in order to seamlessly blend. Ideally, the pigment on top should be slightly darker than the surrounding hair in order to take into consideration a fade over the weeks into the perfect tone.

  1. Density

As mentioned earlier, patience is required in order to build a great, natural looking SMP. An artist must know how to build layers of density using a variety of tones and a variety of needle sizes. This is why a good SMP cannot be built in one session. Correct density throughout session one and two then on to the final session where we add a darker, less dense pigment for that hyper realistic 3D effect.

  1. Length

In order to create that ultra natural look, make sure your selected artist cuts your hair to the optimal length. SMP do not look good when the surrounding natural hair is too long,  as it creates too much of a contrast between the three dimensional real hair and the flat two-dimensional cosmetic tattoo. Hair that is too long also does not allow for smooth blending. Longer hair is also often too dark on the back and sides to create that realism. Therefore, starting off your SMP correctly with short natural hair helps the overall end result of your natural looking style.

  1. Maintenance 

When your SMP is complete, it is important to follow a few general maintenance rules in order to preserve and highlight the natural look of your SMP. It is crucial to maintain a short hair length at all times so that there isn’t drastic contrast between the SMP and your natural hair. I always suggest cutting it to a .5 every two days.

Additionally, keep your scalp chemistry well balanced with an alcohol free moisturizer. Try to limit prolonged sun exposure, as UV will prematurely fade your SMP. Following these basic guidelines will help maintain the natural look of your SMP for as long as possible.

  1. Own it

Hopefully you did your homework, you found a great artist, and your SMP is complete and looking great. But that’s not all it takes to have good SMP.

Part of a great looking, natural SMP is your attitude and how you wear it, feel the confidence boost and own it.

Still feeling a bit lost? I’ve got your back. As one of Canada’s most experienced and requested SMP artists, I would love to discuss any questions or concerns you may have. Booking a consultation means that we can evaluate your needs with my experience to devise the perfect treatment plan for you.

Are you ready to take the next step?

Vancouver Scalp micropigmentation artist Rob James @ Advanced Scalp

Call 778-917-7772 or email: info@robjamessmp.com

 

Will my SMP look FAKE?

As one of western Canada’s busiest SMP artists, a common question I receive is whether or not scalp micropigmentation (SMP) looks real or fake. This is a concerning question for many and most clients want reassurance that their SMP will look realistic.

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Will my SMP look real or fake?

So, when clients ask me “does scalp micropigmentation look fake?” there’s usually a lot to this question which needs to be explored. The truth is, scalp micropigmentation when done correctly can look good on almost everyone, but there are variables that must be considered to make sure you will receive exactly what you’re looking for.

In case you’re new to my blog, let me reintroduce myself. My name is Rob James. I am a skilled micropigmentation artist and owner of the Vancouver SMP clinic, Advanced Scalp. My blog posts are part of a series aimed at easing newcomers into the world of SMP. And expanding upon the frequently asked questions found on my website www.robjamessmp.com

If you’ve wandered onto this post, you’re probably curious about the benefits of SMP but have concerns that it might look fake.

If you’ve read many of my earlier posts, you are probably now well versed in what Scalp Micropigmentation actually is and how it is performed. So now let’s explore how to make sure your SMP looks real and not fake!

Does experience makes a difference?

As with any art or trade, scalp micropigmentation results can drastically vary in its aesthetic based on a specific artist’s style, method, experience and expertise. SMP is a purely visual medium, so the proof of an artist’s work can primarily be seen in their final results.

So to begin your process of finding an artist that performs “realistic” SMP, start by looking at images online. Ask yourself which styles of SMP speak to you the most. This is a great time to question what style you think would suit you.

COST 

A good SMP by a reputable, experienced artist is not and should not be cheap. I realize that everyone has to start somewhere, including SMP artists. But just remember, this is your head, it’s not something you want to have removed or repaired and it isn’t something you can easily conceal if the results are less than desirable. So choose your artist wisely.

STYLES

What’s your style?

It’s helpful to start by identifying your own existing (or former) natural hair pattern. Is it peaked, straight across, or slightly receding? Being able to tell your natural hairline apart from a generic hairline an artist reproduces is a very important step in securing realism. This will make sure the outcome you are looking for will naturally suit your face shape and is less likely to look fake and out of place.

Once you’ve established your natural hair pattern, it’s time to start thinking about the SMP style that appeals to you the most. However it’s important to be honest with yourself and be realistic with your expectations. In my opinion the style, density and hairline placement must be appropriate for your age, stage, style and shape.

As an artist, my personal SMP style is ultra natural. I like to perfectly blend into your surrounding existing hair, with an identical needle to follicle size and identical pigment tone. Recreating the hairline to what it would look like if you had a full, natural head of shaved hair. If your natural hair is/was peaked or rounded, I like to create just that, and in addition add diffusion to give it that natural soft appearance.

To figure out what style appeals to you the most, I suggest looking at images of finished works from a variety of SMP artists. Of the ones that speak to you, try to break down what it is about them that catches your eye. Make sure to also pay attention to the end results. Are the tattoo impressions matching and blending into your surrounding hair? Are the impressions random or uniform? Oh and as a side note, make sure the work you’re viewing is actually by the artist and not a stock image or someone else’s work.

Having a general idea of the style of SMP work you like can serve a few purposes. Firstly, it will help you determine the SMP artist that you think will be right for you. Secondly, it can help you articulate the style you’re looking for better. This will help eliminate miscommunication between you and your SMP artist.

Once you think you’ve determined the best style for your personal SMP journey, try to ask yourself a few more questions to make sure you’re happy with your choice:

Will this style suit my face?

Choose a style which suits you

Choose a style which suits you

Will it age appropriately with time?

Will it bring unnecessary attention?

Is it completely different from my original hair?

Answering these questions may help you make sure you’re on the right track. At this stage, getting second opinions from close friends and family who know you best may be very helpful as well.

ARTIST

Now, you’re ready to seek a reputable artist within your town, city, province or state whose work and experience suits your needs. Be sure to pay close attention to their finished works from previous clients.

If you’re happy with a chosen artist, it may be time for a quick consultation. Openly speaking with your SMP artist will help you be more confident about your choices. With their expertise, they’ll be able to help you solidify your choices. They can confirm the style you want, whether it will suit your surrounding hair loss patterns and answer any other questions you may have about SMP.

I hope this post has helped you understand what you should be looking for to make sure your SMP will look picture perfect. Still feeling a bit lost? I’ve got your back. As one of Canada’s most experienced and requested SMP artists, I would love to discuss (with a none bias approach) any questions or concerns you may have.

Booking a consultation means that I can evaluate your needs with my experience to devise the perfect treatment plan for you.

Are you ready to take the next step?

Advanced Scalp, Vancouver Scalp micropigmentation with artist Rob James

Call 778-917-7772 or email: info@robjamessmp.com

 

Scalp Micropigmentation Vancouver, SMP with Rob James

Advanced Scalp Clinic in Vancouver with SMP artist Rob James 

Scalp Micropigmentation, what is it and what can it do for me?

Both men and women are affected by a variety of hair loss issues ranging from alopecia to male/female pattern baldness.

The SMP process uses a tiny disposable needle attached to a mechanical tattoo machine. This needle is dipped into a pigment, which is then deposited at a superficial level into the scalp.

These deposits, if administered correctly perfectly mimic hair follicles, helping the recipient restore the look of a full head of hair.

A skilled and experienced SMP artist can replicate the appearance of natural hair follicles perfectly, which in turn can work wonders on an aray of hair loss issues. Ranging from male and female thinning to transplant scar concealment or as it is more commonly used, creating the illusion of a full head of shaved hair for men.

The SMP treatment process

At my Scalp Micropigmentation clinic in Vancouver my treatments are usually split over two or three sessions, these sessions are between 2-4 hours in length. Session times vary depending on the procedure being carried out.

At Advanced Scalp in Vancouver each of the 2-3 sessions is held a minimum of ten days apart from one another. Followed by a final touch up session two months later.

SMP Aftercare

Unlike a hair transplant SMP has little to no downtime. There are some simple and manageable aftercare instructions are followed in between each session and once all of the sessions are completed.

Your chosen SMP artist should explain the nuances of the procedure during your initial consultation as well as after each session. Including what to expect and what to look out for. Also you should expect some fading to take place in between each session. This is one of the several reasons why one needs multiple sessions.

However on average the desired density is achieved between 2 to 3 sessions.

SMP is a technical, specialized process, which take years and much repetition to perfect. For optimal results your procedure should be performed by an experienced artist, with and eye for detail. Try to find an artist with an extensive portfolio and style, which suits your tastes.

An important side note, make sure all of the SMP sessions are carried out in a sterile, clean environment, which has been certified by health and safety in your province and or city.

Where can I find Scalp Micropigmentation in Vancouver Canada?

Rob James SMP is one of Canada’s most in demand scalp micropigmentation artists known for his ultra realistic hairline creations.

working out of Advanced Scalp clinic in Vancouver.

He is easily reached for consultation at

info@robjamessmp.com

info@advancedscalp.com

 

Why does SMP fade?

This is a common question that I frequently receive and an aspect of SMP, which I do thoroughly explain to all my clients prior to their SMP procedure.

When a client asks “Will my SMP fade?” my answer and advice is always as follows:why Smp fade

Will my SMP fade?

Fading takes place at various stages of the process and differs greatly from person to person.

If you’ve had SMP done you might have noticed this for yourself.

So why does this happen?

And is there anything I can do to stop it? 

Fading first becomes apparent in between your multiple sessions.

And hopefully your SMP artist has informed you of this so as to avoid any panic.

The reason for this initial fade is your very own immune system; it recognizes something foreign and tries to take it away. This fading process varies from person to person. Some can see a 5% decrease in impressions in between sessions while others can see up to 20%.

However, as the session’s progress and the density increases the fading becomes less and less apparent. Also in my experience I believe the initial SMP fade from session one is the most aggressive. By session two and three it’s as if the body decreases its attack on the pigment (this is from my own observation).

 In between sessions you will want to adhere to the aftercare protocols in order to mitigate additional fading

Fading takes place at various stages of the process and differs greatly from person to person.

If you’ve had SMP done you might have noticed this for yourself.

So why does this happen?

And is there anything I can do to stop it? 

Fading first becomes apparent in between your multiple sessions.

And hopefully your SMP artist has informed you of this so as to avoid any panic.

The reason for this initial fade is your very own immune system; it recognizes something foreign and tries to take it away. This fading process varies from person to person. Some can see a 5% decrease in impressions in between sessions while others can see up to 20%.

However, as the session’s progress and the density increases the fading becomes less and less apparent. Also in my experience I believe the initial SMP fade from session one is the most aggressive. By session two and three it’s as if the body decreases its attack on the pigment (this is from my own observation).

In between sessions you will want to adhere to the aftercare protocols in order to mitigate additional fading

SMP Care

To maintain a great looking SMP, aftercare is vitally important

And these are some of the reasons why. The skin takes time to heal after an SMP session, the thousands of micro impressions need to seal over and form a tiny scab.  So it’s important to wait at least 3 days before allowing water to get on the scalp so as not to wash away the newly formed micro abrasion.

It’s also important not to apply products to your scalp especially those containing alcohol as this can irritate and unduly dry the scalp. Heavy sweating is not encouraged for at least three days after your SMP session so as not to force the pigment out of the healing impressions.  Do not aggressively rub the scalp with a towel or your hands as this can prematurely knock off the micro abrasion, taking the pigment with it.

And of course no burning the scalp via sun exposure as this causes damage to the skin and eventually causes excessive skin to flake off.

Once all the SMP sessions are completed and the ten-day aftercare period is over you may return to life as normal. 

However your skin will also do what it naturally does, which is shed. This shedding of the skin will eventually cause the SMP to fade.

You certainly can mitigate and slow down the fading by adopting a good skin care routine.

Do not expose the scalp to excessive sun; wear sunscreen or a cap when in direct or extreme sunshine.

Do not aggressively exfoliate the scalp with exfoliating products. Do not use a moisturizer containing alcohol as this has a drying affect on the skin. Do use a moisturizer that is natural and contains healthy skin fortifying, protective ingredients.

Adopt a healthy lifestyle and keep your skin well hydrated.

Rob James is a Vancouver Scalpmicropigmentation expert who works out of Advanced Scalp clinic in Vancouver Canada.

SMP Artist

He is always ready to help answer all SMP related questions.

info@robjamessmp.com

778-917-7772