Welcome To Scalp Pigmentation Ireland
What Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) Can Remedy
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Male Thinning Hair
Male Pattern Baldness
SMP Success Stories
– Jim Walsh, Galway
– Ronan Hughes, Sligo
– Aaron McCarthy, Dublin.
Meet your SMP Practitioner
Kim Mc Menamin is based in Ireland and comes from the alternative health industry. He is a qualified acupuncturist and health researcher and has written hundreds of articles based on a varied range of disorders and diseases. It was research into hair loss in particular that lead him to discover solutions for male pattern baldness. Although acupuncture works well on disorders like alopecia, it cannot treat the natural loss of hair that has become known as male pattern baldness.
Kim soon discovered that one of the best solutions out there, that did not involve surgery was a procedure known as Tricopigmentation or Scalp-MicroPigmentation. His initial concerns about what is currently known as Scalp-Micropigmentation was the fact that tattoos can fade to blue and dots can migrate (become bigger or join together). Upon further investigation, Kim came across a company Called Beauty Medical who developed the specialist machines and pigments for this new and advanced Tricopigmentation. Kim completed his training in the UK under world-renowned expert Debbie Clifford. Contact us today for a free consultation with Kim.
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SMP Articles & News
Read our latest posts on Tricopigmentation / Scalp Micropigmentation
The main difference is the durability over time of the treatments that are performed with these techniques. A tattoo is permanent while Tricopigmentation/Scalp Micropigmentation is designed not to be, this is so that the faded blue-ing…
1) You will never have to worry about hair loss again Hair-loss can happen at any age, and it can be particularly worse at a young age. The experience is different for everyone, some people embrace…
When considering a solution for hair loss that involves needles and ink, one must be very careful when choosing which type of treatment most suits their needs. And more importantly which one is at the cutting…