Shine on the Scalp After Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)

Posted by J Allen on

When one shaves their head down all the way, the scalp has a tendency to shine more than most part of our body.  If you get scalp micropigmentation (SMP) done, the look of having a darker head on top combined with shine does not look right.  When you have REAL shaved down hair, the little hairs defuse the light and do not allow for glare.  DermiMatch developed Zero Shine to help stop this problem and also provide protection from the sun. Zero Shine applies to the scalp in a similar way that a deodorant would, except it never dries and does not stay wet/shiny.  Instead, it stays on the surface, creating a protective barrier while also defusing light.  It will not dry, crack, and fall off like other alkaline solutions to shine.

Zero Shine By DermiMatch

SPF30

Instructions:

1. Remove cap

2. Twist up in a clockwise motion to move the Zero Shine up.

3. Rub onto the shiny area in a circular motion

4. Then use your hand to pat Zero Shine onto your head which creates the anti-glare matte effect. Re-apply as needed. Without any sweating or water on the head, Zero Shine can last up to a full 48 hours after first application.

Ingredients: Dipropylene Glycol, Sorbitol, Zinc Oxide, Propylene Glycol, Water, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Almond Oil, Myristic Acid, Sandalwood Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Synthetic Ferric Oxide. (No Aluminum Used)

 

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