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Greasy Hair Transplant

Greasy Hair Transplant, a male's greasy hair on a yellowish background.

Greasy Hair Transplant

3 Ways To Avoid Discomfort Due To Greasy Hair

Greasy Hair Transplant – The health of your scalp can be affected if you have an extremely oily scalp. An excessively oily scalp can cause excessively oily hair, but this should not have a negative effect on your hair transplant process. It is only after the hair transplantation has been completed that you may have discomfort due to greasy hair. This is because patients with balding or thinning hair can suffer annoyance due to greasy transplanted hair.

Other than this, the results of hair transplant in Turkey are not affected by oily hair. In any case, you can reduce any annoyance by observing the following guidelines:

Using a salicylic acid peel can help you get rid of accumulated oil and dead skin.

Using a salicylic acid peel

The recurrence of an oily scalp can be difficult to prevent if you have not dealt with the existing build-up. A scalp peel can be used for removing oil that has accumulated. Using a salicylic acid peel can help you to get rid of accumulated oil and dead skin. This is a natural substitute for various scalp peels that can be easily found on the market today.

Greasy hair should not have a negative effect on your hair transplant.

Curing the underlying reasons

Once you have removed the accumulated oil and cleansed the scalp, you need to address the underlying reason for the oily scalp. Whether the cause is an uncured skin problem, poor diet or AGA, you can use natural techniques to cure the underlying problem to restore your scalp to its natural, healthy state.

You can try squeezing three full lemons into a pint of water. Fill up the rest with warm water. Drink the full mixture on an empty stomach in the morning. This is a great natural way to treat oily skin problems. Surgeons associated with top hair restoration clinics such as SHIFT Hair Transplant can provide you with more natural treatment strategies.

Using a Cleansing Shampoo

Once you have removed the dirt, sebum and dead skin, it is important that you free your scalp from accumulated oil. If you wish to do this, you should use a cleansing shampoo a minimum of twice or thrice every week. You can easily make your own cleansing shampoo at home. You will only need to use coconut oil and 15% salicylic acid solution or even less. Massage the scalp with the shampoo for a soft cleansing action. After properly rinsing the shampoo from the hair, apply the oil to the scalp. Cover the hair and scalp completely, and let the oil settle on the scalp for a minimum of half an hour.

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