After hair transplant, you should protect your scalp from the harmful rays of the sun. Existing rashes on the scalp risk becoming permanent after contact with the sun. Sunlight does not directly damage the hair, it is the scalp that needs to be protected. After operation, the scalp and hair follicles should not be exposed to sunlight. In the scalp, this condition is much more important. The scalp darkens and then leaves traces. It also delays wound healing. Hair transplant surgery is a delicate treatment that can permanently treat hair loss in men and women transplant. This includes avoiding sun exposure for several months after hair transplant surgery. Your scalp needs plenty of time to heal and Tue roots. Sun Exposure after Hair Transplant Surgery can damage not only the skin, but also the hair follicles. This can result in a failed operation and require transplant treatment.
Can you sunbathe after a hair transplant?
After hair transplant, the healing process should be fast and the formed shells should not be exposed to direct sunlight for 1-2 months. At the same time, bath, pool, sea, sauna, sea, such as hair roots, skin damage and direct damage to the bottom of the hair should be protected from warm environments.
Does heat affect hair transplant?
Weather conditions, also perspiration, will not obstruct the hair transplant recovery phase. Also, there is a common misunderstanding that hot weather will speed up the recovery period. The heat will not affect the hair transplant outcome if you wait for the required healing period and the spot has completely recovered. Nevertheless, as much as you also might desire to get sunburns, you should restrict excessive sun damage after your transplantation to avoid slowing down the healing process. Wear a casual hat when going outdoors in the sun to shield your head from damaging UV light.
Is sun bad for hair transplant?
Hair transplant surgery is usually at least a few months after the sun’s rays cannot protect itself against. Our skin contains chromophores that darken the skin when exposed to too much sun as a form of protection. However, these chromophores become ineffective or die during transplantation, and it takes time for them to heal or regenerate within the grafts. As for hair transplant, it is not just the outer layer of skin that is treated. The layers of the epidermis are treated, while surgery and excessive sunlight penetrate these deep tissues, causing irreversible damage. For this reason, we recommend that our patients be protected from the sun for at least 4 months.
Can we go in sunlight after hair transplant?
In order for the healing to be rapid and the formed shells to fall out, it is necessary not to be exposed to sunlight after hair transplant for 4 months. Baths, saunas and the sea, such as hot environments that will cause harm should stay away. Sun rays are very important in wound healing. This is especially important in the operations of sun-seeing regions. This pigment protects the skin from damage by absorbing harmful rays from the sun. As exposure to the sun increases, the skin produces more melanin, which means that the skin takes on a darker color. In addition to many beneficial effects of the sun, it can also have harmful effects. Excessive sun exposure can lead to thickening of the skin, sunburn, premature aging of the skin, weakening of the immune system and DNA fractures.
When can you go in the sun after hair transplant?
In sensitive scalp, this condition is more important, darkens the scalp and then leaves a trace of redness. It also delays wound healing. After the operation, the healing process should be fast and the formed shells should not be exposed to direct sunlight for 1-2 months. At the same time, bath, pool, sea, sauna, sea, such as hair roots, skin damage and direct damage to the bottom of the hair should be protected from warm environments. If possible, it is usually necessary to stay in the shade, a hat should be used, although it rarely goes out under the sun, but care should be taken not to tighten the scalp of the hat, it should be allowed to breathe. Oxygen accelerates the process of wound healing in the scalp. Sun rays are beneficial as well as harmful. Excessive sun exposure can cause thickening of the scalp, weakening of the immune system, and many similar diseases, such as skin thinning. Grafts are taken from the Donor area by surgical methods, while slits that are opened in the recipient area are also created by surgical methods. After hair transplant, the process of wound healing begins.