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Scalp micro-pigmentation (SMP) is an innovative and popular cosmetic procedure that creates tiny layered dots in different hues on the scalp to replicate the look of a natural hair follicle. Less invasive than a traditional tattoo, the result is a subtle and layered hairline that is smudge-free, guaranteed to work and long-lasting. Semi-permanent and offering the look of a close buzzcut, SMP baldness treatment may be right for you if you’re looking for a natural-looking, chemical-free solution with guaranteed results.

At our clinic, we understand that hair loss can be a sensitive topic. That’s why we offer all our clients a personalised and discreet service. We take the time to understand your unique needs and concerns and work with you to develop a treatment plan tailored to your individual requirements. Jackson Cross is Australia’s highly trained SMP Technician and experienced in scalp micro pigmentation and uses only the highest quality equipment and pigments. We are committed to delivering outstanding results and providing you with the highest customer care.

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Regaine is the brand name for Minoxidil, a drug for combating high blood pressure, that when applied directly to areas where patients are experiencing hair loss show improvements. This topical over-the-counter solution opens up the blood vessels in the scalp, which allows more oxygen, nutrients and blood to reach the hair follicles. It may also enhance the ability of cells in the scalp to produce DNA. Minoxidil is often seen as a “Bandaid” fix and can sometimes cause unwanted side effects. If you are to notice any side effects you should stop use immediately and seek medical advice.

In addition, Minoxidil is believed to prolong the anagen or growth phase of the hair cycle, which can lead to thicker and fuller hair over time. It may also increase the size of hair follicles, resulting in larger and stronger hair strands. Minoxidil is most effective when used consistently over a period of several months. It is available over-the-counter in both liquid and foam formulations, and is generally well-tolerated with minimal side effects. It’s important to note that while Minoxidil can be effective in promoting hair growth and slowing down hair loss, it may not work for everyone. An alternative if you are dealing with side effects is scalp micro pigmentation treatment.


This oral prescription promotes hair growth and prevents further hair loss in most men with male pattern hair loss. DHT is a hormone that can also stop your hair from growing, and Finasteride stops the production of DHT and therefore reduces hair loss. Users may wait a few months before seeing results and will lose new hair growth if the medication is discontinued. DHT is a hormone that plays a crucial role in the anatomy for both males and females and blocking or limiting the production of DHT may cause some side effects that are considered less than ideal. Before trying any hair loss medication, seek professional medical advice.

Finasteride is available in tablet form and is typically taken once a day. It may take several months to see noticeable results, and continued use is necessary to maintain hair growth. As with any medication, there are potential side effects to consider when taking Finasteride. These may include decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, and decreased ejaculate volume. However, these side effects are generally rare and reversible, and most men are able to tolerate Finasteride well. Discuss with Jackson Cross alternative treatments ti Finasteride if you are worried about side effects.


Microneedling is a bald hair treatment that involves pricking the skin with tiny sterilized needles. In an effort to heal, the small wounds cause the body to make more collagen and elastin, often promoting new hair growth. Some research suggests that microneedling may work better if you use it in combination with another hair loss treatment – for example, where microneedling leaves tiny holes in the scalp, used in combination with Regaine, the medicine can then sink deeper into the hair follicle to work at a deeper level. 

In addition, microneedling is believed to help improve the absorption of topical hair growth treatments, such as minoxidil or PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections. While microneedling may be a promising treatment option for hair loss, more research is needed to fully understand its effectiveness and safety. It is important to consult with a trained professional before undergoing any cosmetic procedure, including microneedling, and to weigh the potential benefits and risks carefully. In light of the research to come out, it may be worthwhile to assess the option of Scalp Micro Pigmentation treatment for best results.

Hair transplant

Hair transplantation involves removing small punch grafts from the hair-bearing scalp or a larger piece of this scalp from a donor area and then relocating to a bald or thinning area of the scalp. The surgery takes 4 to 8 hours but you’ll need to talk with a dermatologist to find out if this bald hair solution is right for you, as not everyone is a good candidate for a hair transplant. More often than not the size of the affected area is larger than the donor area and you run the risk of completely depleting this area, essentially moving the problem. A good specialist will be able to advise you further.

Hair transplant surgery is considered to be one of the most effective treatments for hair loss, with high success rates and natural-looking results. However, it is important to note that not everyone is a good candidate for hair transplant surgery, and results may vary depending on a number of factors, including the extent of hair loss and the quality of the donor hair. Hair transplant surgery can be expensive, with costs ranging up to tens of thousands of dollars depending on the extent of the procedure. Many patients complain post surgery can be painful and uncomfortable during the recovery period, which can last several weeks. If this is a concern for you, discuss with Jackson Cross alternative treatments.

Laser combs

Similar to a regular comb, a laser comb emits concentrated light from a low-level laser to stimulate hair follicles. This new cure for hair loss is hotly debated, although researchers have found that using the laser comb in combination with minoxidil or finasteride may help stimulate hair growth best. A 2019 study found that a similar treatment improved hair thickness and density. 

Platelet-rich plasma

Platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) is a three-step hair treatment for bald heads in which a person’s blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the scalp. Once a dermatologist draws the blood a machine separates out the plasma and then injects it into the parts of your scalp where you’re losing hair. Some in the medical community think that PRP injections trigger natural hair growth by increasing blood supply to the hair follicle and increasing the thickness of the hair shaft but others say more research is needed to determine its viability. 

Wigs and Hairpieces 

In some cases, hair loss may be permanent or long-term and some people might prefer a nonmedical approach to treating hair loss. Wigs and hairpieces disguise hair loss and have come a long way in recent years. If a medical condition is the root cause of baldness, an insurance provider may cover the cost of a wig or hairpiece that will also help restore some self-confidence. They are a convenient and affordable way to conceal hair loss, as well as provide a quick and easy change in hairstyle. They can be made of real human hair or synthetic materials, and can be custom made to fit the individual’s head and desired style.

While wigs can be a good option for some people, there are also some potential drawbacks to consider. Here are some of the cons of using wigs as a bald hair treatment. Many patients complain of discomfort. Some people may find wigs uncomfortable to wear, especially if they are not properly fitted or if they are made of heavy materials. There is also that wigs require regular maintenance, including washing, styling, and periodic repairs or replacements. The sooner you address the symptoms of hair loss, the more likely treatments could have a positive impact, so contact Jackson Cross today to discuss your treatment options.

About your SMP Technician

Jackson Cross - Owner / Award winning SMP technician / Master trainer

A wealth of knowledge and a passion for both barbering and tattooing Jackson has all the skills and capabilities to deliver award winning Scalp Micropigmentation results. Years of industry experience combined with Determination to strive for nothing short of excellence and perfection is the perfect recipe for his success within the SMP industry!


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