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  1. 3 points

    SMP progress

    Mine hasn't changed in 5 years. Thats with a couple of days not shaving In my opinion it gets better over time.
  2. 2 points

    SMP progress

    i think you, the poster, is falling into the trap of thinking that SMP was designed to imitate fuzz/actual grown out hair. The reason why, well one of the reasons at least, you think that the treatment looks best immediately after the treatment, is because it's super dark and the unsettled ink somewhat creates the illusion of hair grown out of your head. This is the same as getting a regular tattoo where you see the 3D aspect of it, but this is never the intent of SMP. The intention is to blend your existing hair follicles when it is shaved down.
  3. 2 points
    Good luck 👍🏻
  4. 1 point

    Suivi de traitement

    Bientôt 2 ans que j’ai fait mon traitement. Toujours aussi satisfait, le temps passe et la dermopigmentation reste. je conseil vivement au personnes hésitantes de prendre contact avec sofiane. le résultat est bluffant !!
  5. 1 point

    Scar looking for help

    Fraxel laser creates columns of destruction in the skin which stimulates new skin cells to grow and take place of damaged cells. So yes you should give it a try.
  6. 1 point

    Advice on anti shine

    Thank you baldy-locks!
  7. 1 point

    Advice on anti shine

    Best product by far is Peter Thomas Roth anti shine gel I’ve tried the lot lol mom works ok but after an hour on my head it became sticky, but yes use it after moisturiser has sunk in my rountine at the minute is... shave in the morning. Then I apply SmashBox pore minimiser, then PTR and get a good day of reduced shine one thing is, you’ll never get a perfect matte head all day, so have to live with a tiny bit of shine hope that helps
  8. 1 point

    Microneedling updates?

    I used it on my scalp for 6 sessions. No effect on smp at all.
  9. 1 point

    Scar looking for help

    Do you have smp in the scar? Fraxel will definetley help flatten it. In between your fraxel session use elastoplast scar silicone sheets to get a good result.
  10. 1 point

    SMP progress

    SMP = 2d = fresh shave look i shave against the grain everyday so it blends perfectly & I’m a nw3 ish
  11. 1 point

    SMP progress

    I think I know what you mean. This is a pic I took the day after I had a top up (hairline softened). If you look close you can see the tiny pricks of ink. It's these that wash or fall off in time
  12. 1 point

    Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    I had 3 sessions in total, spaced about 2 weeks apart I didn’t experience any fading (everyone different) and went back to work a week after 1st session (nobody mentioned smp, just oh you’ve shaved your hair off) 2nd and 3rd session I had done on a Friday and returned to work on the Monday
  13. 1 point
    It might, by increasing the blood supply to the region, accelerate the processes involved but I imagine the effect would be negligible. Might be worth considering reducing your intake for the two weeks after treatment.
  14. 1 point
    M Singh

    Worst Experience dealing with HIS

    By far the worst business operation I came across. These guys have kept everything centralized in the UK and for Canada(Toronto) office I first went through a horrible experience of a 100% fading after 2 sessions(where I was told a third one is not required) and now these guys have zero customer service available. I have called more than 5 times over a period of 2 weeks and everytime some third party call taking company tells me that we will send a note and someone will call back but no call back at all. When these guys had to take money, they would call me even twice a day due to different time zones but now they simply won't call back. In one email reply weeks ago they asked me to send pictures which I did and there has been no response since. The guy in Toronto sits alone at the office with no phone numbers to call and after emailing him he suggests a third chargeable session without even discussing what went wrong with two sessions. I don't know how good they are outside Canada but here in Toronto, I went through the worst customer service experience and of course the most expensive one. After repetitive tries of getting in touch to discuss the issue, I had asked for a full refund but not so surprisingly there is no response to that either. Leaving a client so helpless is the worst experience any business could provide. I have been forced to escalate the matter and file a consumer complaint based on this horrible experience in Toronto. I would encourage people in Canada at least to think twice before putting their hard earned money in HIS hair clinics' pockets.