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  1. 2 points
    Wow! An amazing result. The recession would make me think you shaved it because you were starting to thin out a bit. No one would give it a suspicious look. Congrats!
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    Looks fantastic. Great job, you had the perfect hair line for it. I wish I could of went back 20 years and told my younger self about HIS and smp. The amount of worry I put myself through over hair loss. This isn’t a cure but when done properly it’s pretty near perfection.
  4. 2 points
    Some more recent pics. WOW am I glad I got this SMP!
  5. 1 point
    Northpole

    Toronto clinic

    I got a touch up after 5 years. Originally I got mine done in New York but chose to get the touch up done in toronto Since getting it done I deployed with the army in “difficult” conditions. The treatment looks just as it did when I got the touch up
  6. 1 point
    you killed it with the natural receding hairline. Looks so natural.
  7. 1 point
    Good to know ,thank you for the feedback .
  8. 1 point
    Hello! Ive done a 3500 fue transplant myself, and just did my third session of smp. To answer your question I wouldnt reccomend getting smp with long hair, because smp is grey like shaved hair and it’s underneath the skin. Long hair has a colour and is obviously outside the skin, so these two will not naturally blend. With that said, if you are likley to loose all of your hair I really recommend cancelling your second transplant and getting an smp and start to rock the shaved look. A HT is a nightmare to maintain, it will look too thin to look real and it will just not be that head of hair that we imagine when we pay the crazy sums for it. And with another 4k scars on the back of your head the chances of covering it up with smp will decrease. Cut your losses and get out of the HT procedure, at least I am very happy I did!
  9. 1 point
    ed@hishairclinic.com

    Doesn't last

    How??? I dread to think. But surely the question is why? @Trendy... get back in the swimming pool. The chlorine is only an issue during the healing phase. Your pigment is now settled and beyond reach. The exercise will do you good and you must miss it.
  10. 1 point
    Dotmatrix

    Doesn't last

    So I get no free touch up, even when I asked before I got this if they could do it whenever because I work 7 days a week they said that was fine passed the year because of my work schedule now they're denying that, now it's 800 instead of 400 like I was told. This place fucked me
  11. 1 point
    mrhair123

    What can you say about the inks used?

    Hello, I've had my His SMP for about 6 years now. My first session was 2 sessions and one touch up My second session was a few years later (it's healing as I write this), which was 2 sessions. I left it a long time as I wanted to let it fade out but I changed my mind. This week, I made the decision to tell people that I've had it done and people were impressed. But some people really asked a lot of questions about the inks/safety of it and it got me a little worried! Of course, I understand that you can't tell us everything you do as competitors will copy - but can you assure me it's completely safe? The main question was how come they remain black for so long, even under intense UV light? Have any professional bodies approved/inspected the inks you used? How do you know they are completely safe and non-carcinogenic? It saws on the FAQS that the inks are different to tattoo and permenent makeup inks, so what research has been done on them? I've read the FAQs but I still feel more needs to be said. It just seems strange that their are quite a few companies doing this now and we still don't know exactly what we are putting into our bodies. Thanks
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    It is a very reasonable question. I think the answer you need is that there are a very short list of ingredients, all of which individually meet those requirements of being essentially inert and most certainly non-carcinogenic. Mixing them does not create something new, just a blend.. - the precise blend aimed only at meeting the criteria required for the final product, of being sterile, chemically inert and resistant to UV light (because the depth at which the pigment sits means it is more at risk from UV light than it is from the white blood cells working for your immune system). Hope that helps.
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    mrhair123

    What can you say about the inks used?

    My concern was what's in the inks – what tests have been done to know that they aren't carcinogenic. I know there's always a risk of an immediate bad reaction – I was thinking more of the long-term effects/safety. I know I know... I'm a worrier. But still, I think it's a fair question to ask :-)
  14. 1 point
    Bobobaldy is right, the depth makes a big difference. Did you read this... https://www.hishairclinic.com/treatment/knowledgebase/pigments-and-pigmentation-specifics/ The details are a business secret, we are in a competitive industry, but the pigment is designed to be chemically inert, sterile and highly resistant to UV light...and very important is that they decompose stably. There is always the possibility of an allergic reaction... the same possibility that exists whenever you put anything into your system for the first time.
  15. 1 point
    PermanentVacation

    Doesn't last

    I have had mine from 2014. It hasn’t faded at all apart from original fading. Its half way into 2018 I may go to his just to have a check up but it’s more brecause of routine