Hair loss treatment for men

Scalp Micropigmentation is a highly advanced, modern hair loss treatment for men that replicates real shaven hair follicles on the scalp. The illusion is so realistic that you actually believe you have hair, and so does everyone else. Get what style icons and celebrities are calling "The next male grooming must-have".

The SMP® hair loss treatment for men provides a solution for men suffering from general hair loss, various forms of alopecia or with scalp scars, including those as a result of hair transplant surgery. Of the solutions available, few are as immediate, permanent, realistic, hassle-free, non-invasive and cost-effective as the SMP® technique.

My buddy kept looking at my head and made a comment like “wow i can’t believe you have a hairline” and we kept cracking up together like lil school girls. He’s known me since 9th grade and he kept saying “dude you didn’t even have this nice of a hairline at school” so i guess he gave me a lot of confidence that my head looked “normal” (read forum thread…)


SMP® (Scalp MicroPigmentation) is a highly detailed process that creates an incredibly natural looking simulation of micro hairs. Our sophisticated scalp application is administered to the head, usually over 2-3 sessions spaced about a week apart, to create what many are now calling the ultimate modern solution for hair loss.

hair loss treatment for men

For sufferers of regular hair loss or alopecia, SMP ® offers an effective cosmetic hair loss solution. Competent application of the SMP® technique results in the appearance of a cropped hairstyle, regardless of your hair loss situation. Even clients who are completely bald can have a natural looking hairstyle again.

The  SMP® technique involves no surgery, no scarring and no hair pieces. Very little ongoing maintenance is required, although many of our clients do return to our clinic from time to time following treatment to adapt their new style. Our consultations and treatments are backed by our unrivalled knowledge and experience of the Scalp MicroPigmentation process, and our world-leading client aftercare and support programme.


The SMP® technique has helped thousands of men worldwide to achieve a youthful, modern appearance, whatever the pattern or extent of their hair loss. SMP® can:

  • Create the appearance of a fuller, thicker head of hair
  • Recreate a natural, more youthful frontal hairline and side profiles
  • Permanently camouflage the symptoms of alopecia, however severe or recurrent
  • Camouflage hair transplant scars from strip or FUE surgery
  • Hide birthmarks and accident-related scars or burns
  • Work as a combination solution with a hair transplant to provide additional density


This site features a full Gallery, Video Library and a Case Studies section to showcase our results. In these sections, you will be able to view the results based on all client skin types including pale white, tanned, Hispanic, Middle Eastern, Asian, Oriental, African and Afro-Caribbean.

Whatever your circumstances or desired outcome, our aim is to meet your individual expectations and we measure our success based on your satisfaction. We are perfectionists when it comes to hair loss solutions, working with you to achieve a natural, modern style that suits you. We provide excellent advice, treatment, aftercare guidance and support throughout to ensure that you are looked after every step of the way.


If you suffer from hair loss and have decided to take action, there is a huge range of solutions available, including hair systems, concealers, lotions, supplements and hair transplant surgery. The majority of our clients have tried a number of these solutions before they contact us, yet remain dissatisfied with the results they achieved.

We believe our SMP® hair loss treatment for men, offers a solution that should be seriously considered versus other options such as hair transplant surgery, hair systems, concealers, lotions and drugs.

When choosing a solution for your hair loss problem, only you can decide what is the right option to take. Consider any maintenance commitments, how the solution may affect your lifestyle, what degree of intervention you’re willing to tolerate, and of course the cost before deciding one way or another, as your decision is one you will have to live with.