Hi guys, I’m Julian and welcome to my blog, excuse my scratching, but I’ve been itching right along my donor area as well as my crown, which is where my grafts were done, my recipient sites.
So I thought I would talk to you today about my itching, and blog about it, see the itching is a good thing, even though it is a little annoying, because that means my skin is healing, which is obviously a great thing after a mild surgery like this one to know that your healing well.
But I would still like to relieve the itching, it doesn’t feel very good. So I’ve got a couple of tips for you. One, take some general just conditioner or two, take some vitamin E. This one was stylist recommended, this one my mom recommended. So you choose which one you want to use. OK, but, make sure that you check with a professional mom before using Vitamin E.
Anyhow, take the conditioner, or the Vitamin E, and put it into your fingertips, take that and rub it into your donor scar area. And it will feel really good, just massage it in. That’s going to help relieve the itching and also help to heal the skin, particularly, Mom says, the Vitamin E.
The second place I’ve been itching as I’ve told you, is where my hair has been implanted, the transplants have been done. I’ve been poked 2000 plus times, and had these grafts put in. Of course I’m going to have some redness. Well, go to Hair Club Medical Group™, and get some Hibiclens. Hibiclens, you use in the shower, you put this on right before you shampoo, rub it on to your scalp, and it cleanses your skin. And the more clean your skin is going to be, the less redness and less irritation you’ll have. Thus, less itching you’re going to have.
So go ahead and follow me on Twitter, Facebook or YouTube, and I’ll give you some more tips or go ahead and write me any questions you may have on Facebook, or Tweet me, send me a smoke signal, whatever it takes to get a hold of me, and I’ll be sure to answer that question for me. Take care guys.blog comments powered by Disqus