Can I use toppik on hair and scalp 2.5 months after FUT? Will this compromise any growth? Wouldn't the chemicals harm the hair?
Toppik use after hair transplant?
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Is it Safe to Use Hair Fibers After a Hair Transplant?
At two months post op, using hair fibers is completely fine. iI fact, you can likely return to all normal activity at this point. There is not much you can do to harm the grafts at this stage and hair fibers can help fill in the area while waiting for your new hair growth..
Generally you would be safe to use Toppik starting at two weeks. So at two and a half months it should really be safe for you to use.
At 2 months you can use Toppik or doing anything with your hair that you did prior to the surgery as now you are normal and just waiting for the hair to grow out
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Toppik when is it safe to use after hair transplant
· There should be no problem using topic 2.5 months after your FUT procedure. In fact, we tell patients that after the first week when their wound has nicely closed, they may use Toppik.
Topik after a transplant
every physician is different with post operative instructions. However, almost all physicians agree that you can return to products when the scabs are gone. Therefore, at 2 1/2 months post op there aren't any restrictions for use of topik.
Toppik use after hair transplant
No , toppic chemicals does not harm the transferred hair follicles . I recommend to my patients using toppic even after 2 weeks of surgery
Toppik Use after Transplant
We tell our patients that using Toppik or other concealers 2 months after a hair transplant procedure is safe and should cause any problem with permanent hair growth.
Many people use concealers such as Toppik days after surgery. If you are concerned about its use, speak with your
Many people use concealers such as Toppik days after surgery. If you are concerned about its use, speak with your doctor.
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