View Full Version : risks from SMP ?

04-28-2015, 02:55 PM
Hi, just want to know what are the risks of getting smp ? I was hoping to go the temporary smp route but I heard that even that would not completely dissolve depending on the person. Is it possible to laser of if I'm unsatisfied with how it blends in ? If I laser it off, will it damage existing hair follicles ? Honest answers please.. I've had a hair transplant 10 years ago and would like nothing more than to put it behind me..

04-29-2015, 01:33 AM
The answer to your question whether it could be laser off if you completely disliked the look, is yes, generally you can. But few clinics also mention otherwise saying lasers are ineffective in taking it off and it could leave the client with uneven areas for months or even years. It would be always wise to clear all doubts with your clinic/expert where you are going to perform the procedure. If you decide to go for it, I have to warn you that the process for laser ink removal is very painful. Anyhow, with temporary SMP, you would have the ability to redesign or discontinue the process (when the ink fades after 6-24 months) if the results are not satisfactory. So, you may not feel the urge to reverse inadequate results with laser treatment.
All SMP treatments whether permanent or temporary, should only be undertaken by specialist practitioners with the right experience.

04-29-2015, 11:04 AM
I own and operate a temporary SMP clinic. We use Milena Lardi/Beauty Medical products/equipment/techniques. Our pigments will disappear 100%. This is due to the depth we work at and the size of the particles that make up our pigments.

05-07-2015, 10:59 PM
I would suggest you to take your SMP treatment from a specialist physician who have good track records and produce good results ..