Combing/Brushing- Except for the grafted zone, you may gently comb your hair from the first day after transplantation. You should not touch the grafts themselves with the comb. You may comb all your hair, including any hair that may be present in the grafted zone, beginning the seventh day after your procedure.
When can I use comb after hair transplant?
Aftercare tips for hair transplantation
Some people can return to work in about 3 days, while some may take more than a week. Don’t brush or comb on your new grafts for about 3 weeks. Don’t wear hats or tie hankies or pullover shirts and jackets over the new grafts until everything has returned to normal.
When can I brush my hair after fue?
Do not comb or brush your hair in the implanted area for 7 days after the operation. After this period, you might gently start combing your hair at the non-implanted areas, but it is very important not to touch, comb or brush the implanted areas even then.
Can I comb my hair 4 months after hair transplant?
Answer: It’s been four months. You can certainly comb your hair without worrying about your surgery.
When can I touch my grafts after hair transplant?
Beginning 2-3 days after surgery you can gently touch the grafts with the fingertips while washing in the shower. Avoid catching the grafts with your fingernails. 2. Hairspray and mousse can be used one week after the transplant but should be washed off daily.
When can you scratch your head after hair transplant?
DON’T: Wash your hair for the first 48 hours. DON’T: Scratch your scalp. Some itchiness is normal the first few days after a hair transplant. DON’T: Wear any hats or ball caps for the first three days.