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Here at DermiMatch Hair Clinic, we put the well-being of your scalp first.  We invite you to try our anti shine mattifying product for shiny/oily skin.  Fortified with Skin protectants such as Aloe Vero and Vitamin E, this matte cream will ensure your scalp looks healtthy and young years after your procedure

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Scalp MicroScalp MicroPigmentation Arizona (SMP)

With our primary focus on Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) and the products needed to enhance our clients' skin and hair, we offer a wide range of services and referrals in order to help our clients achieve the best results possible.  We perform:  alopecia, Scar cover up / camouflage, follicle replication, baldness, hair thickening, balding, hairloss

Services

With combined experience in the hair transplants and scalp  micropigmentation  (SMP) fields, we are prepared for any stage of balding you are experiencing and will make sure you are cared for with the best services we have to offer.  The aesthetics of one's scalp help determine the level of confidence an individual has and we here at DermiMatch understand this and put the highest level of artistry and passion into each procedure we perform. Conveniently located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona at 18777 N. 32nd St, 85032, we are easily accessible from anywhere in the valley.

Scalp Micropigmentation

10/11/2016: Why do I see some scalp jobs that look blue or purple
This is unfortunate side effect of the masses wanting to get involved in scalp micropigmentation. Certain scalp micropigmentation “clinics” are using,tattooing needles and even worse, tattoo inks. The reason tattoo ink turns blue is because it is made one of two ways;
1. The black ink is a combination of colors, with the primary color being blue. More and more blue is added until the ink starts to look black. Over time, as the tattoo fades, it appears blue as that is the only color left in the skin.
2. The ink was made using a method that has been around for centuries: mixing charcoal/carbon with water. While it is true that charcoal is black, and will not change color over time, charcaol in human skin appears blue BECAUSE it is pure black. You cannot put pure black into the skin, it will always appear blue. They may not appear blue in all lights, so you have to use a camera flash or fluorescent light to see it. We have seen some of the most well known scalp micropigmentation clinics out there using one of the 2 methods mentioned above. Most of these people that have gotten disappointing results elsewhere come to DermiMatch because they know that we can color correct to warm the bluish hue on their scalp Here at DermiMatch Hair Clinic, we do not use “ink.” We use real organic pigments which are a combination of black, gray and brown to make it look like natural hair in the skin. Our proprietary pigments have been tested in all lighting scenarios: indoor warm light, fluorescent light, camera flash light, bright LED, and sunlight.


4/3/2016: Why are scars priced differently than the rest of one's head?
Scar camouflage using the DermiMatch solution is a unique process from the typical DermiMatch follicles that are used to give the impression of higher hair density. With scars, the scar tissue is very different from the surrounding skin, and the different types of skin need to be treated differently. Scars, more oftne than not, do not take the pigment as well as your regular skin does. At DermiMatch, we make up for this fact by utilizing specialized needles specifically catered to help pigments stay in the scar tissue.
Using the proper needling is only one part of the equation. The artist performing the procedure must know how to properly blend so that the transition from scar tissue to natural growing hair around the scar is seamless. To get additional answers regarding scar treatments provided by DermiMatch, Get in touch with a DermiMatch technician today by calling 480-788-2432.


2/6/2016: Why do some SMP procedures require more visits, and vise versa?
Although most SMP jobs can be wrapped up in just 2 sessions, some Scalp Micro Pigmentation procedures can take up to 3 or 4. Why does this variable exist? There are 2 main reasons; the individuals immunity response to the pigment(pushing the pigment out), scarring throughout the scalp may not hold the pigment as well. Other less likely reasons can be related to the darkness of the pigment, the depth the needle is penetrating, and the width of the needle.


8/17/2015: Beware of Scalp Micropigmentation offices that also offer tattoo laser removal
There is a reason that certain scalp micropigmentation “clinics” have laser tattoo removal services available; they have a high demand for this service. If a facility is going to charge you to put their “ink” in and then charge you to take it out after they’ve disappointed you, I say, “why waste your time and money?” Here at DermiMatch Hair Clinic, we are confident in our work, and do not commit to a full job until you have had your patch test done and are satisfied with the results.


6/20/2014: Scarring and why scar tissue heals differently with scalp micropigmentation
The healthy skin on your scalp will heal within the first week of getting smp performed on your head. Scar tissue, on the other hand, tends to push pigment out at a stronger rate. This is because it does not have the elasticity to retain the pigment as well. Of teh 3 layers of skin, the one that concerns us when it comes to scars and DermiMatch follicles is the dermis layer. Normal dermis layer if your skin contains loose (flexible) collagen fibers and a mesh of elastic fibers. A scar has very dense, tight, horizontal layers of collagen and has no elasticity to the fibers. This is why scars can sometimes require more than 2 sessions. All sessions are included in the original cost when you have scar camouflaged performed with DermiMatch Hair Clinic. With some smp clinics out there using “ink” instead of pigment, scars can appear as though they have migrated or have a “blurry” look to them. With DermiMatch’s proprietary patent pending hair follicle pigments, you do not have to worry about this blur.


3/5/2013: Why do some places refer to the replicated hair follicles as “ink?”
As name of the process, scalp micropigmentation, suggests, we are using PIGMENTS to complete the look of a full head of naturally short hair, NOT INK. Ink looks blue and gets blurry within the first 6 month of getting the procedure done. We have seen some of the most well known scalp micropigmentation clinics out there using one of the 2 methods mentioned in a previous article to make their inks; condensed dark blue or charcoal/carbon gray wash. Most of these people that have gotten disappointing results elsewhere come to DermiMatch because they know that we can color correct to warm the bluish hue on their scalp.
Here at DermiMatch Hair Clinic, we do not use “ink.” We use real organic pigments which are a combination of black, gray and brown to make it look like natural hair in the skin. Our proprietary pigments have been tested in all lighting scenarios: indoor warm light, fluorescent light, camera flash light, bright LED, and sunlight. They stand the test of time, staying small and not blurring over the life of the pigmentation, until it fades out (after about 8 or 9 years).
With some smp clinics out there using “ink” instead of pigment, follicle points can appear as though they have migrated or have a “blurry” look to them. With DermiMatch’s proprietary patent pending hair follicle pigments, you do not have to worry about blurring.


11/20/2012: Do the follicles blur over time?
There are some smp clinics out there that use “ink” to try and achieve the same realistic look of DermiMatch hair pigments, but they unfortunately end up looking blue and blurry. DermiMatch uses its own proprietary, patent-pending, pigment formula to achieve a look that not only appears natural, but will not blur over time. Tattoo ink placed into the skin stays there forever, which is the primary reason why it will blur over time. Your skin is always regenerating and healing itself. DermiMatch hair follicles are placed into the dermis layer of your skin, which is the layer just beneath your epidermis. This means that our pigments sit in a shallow “sweet spot” where they will not be there forever and they will not disappear in a few weeks either. They will sit in the dermis layer of the skin for about 8 or 9 years and work themselves out before they blur.


11/15/2010: How do DermiMatch pigments look so natural?
Unfortunately, the details of the ingredients that make up DermiMatch Hair Clinic’s pigments cannot be disclosed while it is in “patent pending” status, What we can say is that the ingredients used to make these pigments was meticulously tested for years before being made available to some of the first recipients of the DermiMatch solution in Arizona. All the ingredients are organic and color corrected to have a natural textured stubble look when applied to human skin.
Here at DermiMatch Hair Clinic, we do not use “ink.” We use real organic pigments which are a combination of black, gray and brown to make it look like natural hair in the skin. Our proprietary pigments have been tested in all lighting scenarios: indoor warm light, fluorescent light, camera flash light, bright LED, and sunlight. They stand the test of time, staying small and not blurring over the life of the pigmentation, until it fades out (after about 8 or 9 years).

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Updated: 10/11/2016