How it Works
The formation of scabs is part of the normal healing process of the body.
It is important to be active against wound formation and possible crust
on the scalp. The relocated grafts need to be able to take oxygen after a
couple of days following the transplant. Because of this, it is essential to
counteract wound formation from the beginning.
One needs to maintain a clean and moist scalp in order to prevent scabs
and crust from forming and remaining in order to get flawless results.
It is important to wash the donor area and the recipient area with a
special mild and ph friendly shampoo as of day 3 after the transplant -
and to moisten the recipient area with a special moisturizing care. Thus
promoting the healing effect and the drying of the wounds.
After two weeks, the scalp should be free of scabs.