Mon 5 Oct 2009
Though the results from hair transplant surgery can be undetectable and give you back your hair, your scalp looks a bit like it’s been conditioned with a meat tenderizer for the first week. Thus, many hair restoration patients do anything they can to conceal the evidence of their hair transplant to the world for the first week or two.
Recently, hair loss forum member “Sparse” (pun most likely intended) asked if it was safe to wear a hat or other concealers after their procedure. Are there any conditions that these may harm the grafts or impact hair regrowth? View this topic to see what other members are saying or offer your experience and input.