When you wake up in the first day after the first operation, you’ll see liquid with a little blood overflow the neck bandage area and on the pillow. Don’t worry this is normal and only happens is the first day.
HAIR WASH (Total 7 hair wash, once a day):
It will help you to wash your hair correctly.
Start 2 days after the hair transplantation (for example if the operation was on Monday, start on Wednesday for the first hair wash) applied one time a day before going to bed.
After the 7th hair washes, you need to remove the blood clot by a soft hand massage to the transplanted area.
Foam spray: applied to the area where her roots are transplanted and wash after 30 minutes.
Add to wash Time the Formed up with the hand the same time to the transplanted area this will be helpful for removing the foam.
Shampoo: Applied to the head in general.
Donor area: Apply shampoo to the donor area and wash with a normal hand massage.
Transplanted area: Makes a foam from the shampoo with the hand and applies a form to the transplanted area and wash sensitively on the first ten days, only tab no massage.
Make sure that you wash your hair with warm water with no pressure. Hot or cold water might damage the transplanted grafts.
Avoid rubbing or scratching the transplanted area.
Do not use a hair blower for drying your hair.
Use a paper towel to dry your hair after washing it.
If you have sensation or pain in the donor area, you can use the foam for the donor area.
After the 7th wash, take pictures of your hair from different angles and send us for doctor control.
Lie on your back in the first week.
Use the forehead bandage for the first 2 days.
Do not smoke for the first three days.
Avoid alcohol and sexual intercourse for the first seven days, avoid dusty environments and protect your head against impacts.
Avoid sports, fitness and steam bath, swimming activities, and sunbath for the first one month.
Make sure scissors are used for your haircut for the first six months, clippers may damage your hair. Hair color can be used after 6 months. ( It is normal to feel itchy, pain, and swelling for the first ten days. It will pass.)