To create a natural appearance, on average, most clients receive 3 treatments. Each treatment is performed every 14 days.
Touch ups may be needed every 4-6 years.
Each session can vary in length depending on the size and density of the area. Typical sessions range from 3-5 hours each.
A topical numbing anesthetic is applied to the areas being treated to help with any discomfort. The level of discomfort is on a case by case basis depending on your level of tolerance to the topical numbing. A good way to prepare yourself on your level of tolerance is how well do you numb at the dentist? Are you that client that needs extra?
Not at all!
Unfortunately, this a service where the “one size fits all” approach does not apply. Every client’s needs are different, the density, the area, the color and any scarring plays into pricing based on time required. So, to give an idea expect a price range of $500-$1000 per session. For a more accurate estimate please send us clear pictures of the area(s) you would like to treat! Contact us via text 913-599-4044 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to proceed. We try to get a response to you within 2 hours during normal business hours. ***Please do not contact the salon. All inquiries are handled via text or email to proceed to a consultation. ***
The areas should be treated like a tattoo or open wound to ensure proper healing. It is very important to strictly follow the aftercare to avoid discoloration, premature fading or infection.
Avoid through ALL sessions as well as 28 days after last session
• NO chlorinated pools
• NO Saunas
• NO steam rooms
• NO tanning beds
For the first 5 days following treatment, you should avoid the following:
• Sweating heavily– No intense exercise for 5 days. Excessive sweating will interrupt the healing process.
• Scrubbing and shampooing – Scrubbing the scalp can open wounds, and shampooing can introduce harsh chemicals.
• Shaving – Avoid shaving.
• Exposure to long-term sunlight – UV rays from the sun can cause sunburn and sun damage. This will lead to premature fading of the scalp pigmentation.
• Touching with hands – Refrain from touching your scalp with your hands too much. You could introduce bacteria and increase the risk of infection.
During the first 5 days, make sure you’re drinking plenty of water and taking any medication as prescribed. You can lightly rinse the scalp while it’s healing and dab the area with a wet cloth to keep it clean. Do not soak the scalp. It is recommended to wash your pillowcase daily with a gentle non-scented detergent. Or have multiple washed to switch out daily.
You should be making great progress in the healing process. However, you are still healing. You’ll want to make sure you’re still keeping up with an aftercare routine. For the next 5 days, you should still avoid the following:
• Scratching the scalp – Like tattoos, the skin on your scalp may begin to peel. It’s important you avoid scratching or picking any scabs that may form.
• Shampooing or exfoliating – Some shampoo and exfoliants contain harsh chemicals can disrupt the formation of new skin layers during healing.
• Using skin irritants – While your scalp is healing, avoid irritants that could cause inflammation and disturb the healing process.
• Sweating heavily-You can resume light work outs that do not cause excessive sweating
What you can do is carefully shave or cut your hair if needed. This should be done with an electric trimmers only and not a razor. Make sure you have fully cleansed and sanitized the trimmers. You should also continue rinsing lightly with water and baby soap to clean the area. Applying a non-scented moisturizer formulated for sensitive skin will also help the healing stage during this time. It is important that it is fragrance free! You can also resume light exercise.