Pls can suggest me any name shampoo with no chemicals. I had a hair transplant FUE 1 month and a half months ago. Thank you .

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Shampoo post hair transplant

We supply our patients with a post –op bag containing Regenix shampoo which contains no harmful chemicals and some mild herbal ingredient that alleviate the post operative inflammation.  We also provide our patients with a bristle sponge and a few other items.  Our patients have had great success with taking care of their new grafts.  At this point you are 6 weeks post surgery therefore, you may use any shampoo.


Beverly Hills Hair Restoration Surgeon
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All shampoos have chemicals. Chemicals are what makes the shampoo "work". If you are trying to find a

All shampoos have chemicals.  Chemicals are what makes the shampoo "work".  If you are trying to find a shampoo for hair transplant surgery, there is none.  Any shampoo would work.  

Jae Pak, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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Shampoos are chemicals

Shampoos are chemicals, so there is no shampoos by definition that is not a chemical. That said, you are now 1.5 months post transplant. You may or may not not need to be worry about shampoos depending if things feel normal or not.

If your scalp feels normal, use any shampoo of your liking. If your shampoo feels abnormal, please see your hair specialist to determine the reason it feels abnormal. It it's folliculitis, use an antibacterial shampoo. If it's seborrheic dermatitis or dandruff, use an anti-dandruff shampoo. If there is another reason, another approach will be needed. 

Scalp health is important. Shampoos can help maintain healthy scalps. Shampoos are chemicals.

Shampoo after FUE

You can use baby shampoo or evey head and shoulders if you have dandruff appearing to keep your scalp clear

William Rassman, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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