Intro to Does Hair Grow Back After Chemo: Scalp Care

It’s natural to be emotional about hair loss.

Wondering if your hair will grow back after chemo adds unwelcomed stress, and affects the follicles even more! 

Of course, each person deals with it differently. It’s your unique journey. 

Our hair is part of our total identity.

We control the cut, color, and style.

But with hair loss, it’s as if we are losing control.

For some, no matter how well they were mentally prepared for hair loss, it is still very upsetting.

If you are missing your routine of shampooing and styling your hair, don’t overlook caring for you scalp and follicles during your treatments.  Remember that hair grows from the scalp, and so it is VERY important to make sure your foundational-hair-growing scalp is in excellent shape!

It’s important to take great care of your scalp to promote and encourage new hair growth, if you want your hair to come back as good as it was… or even better!

Continue reading to discover the best way to nourish your scalp to promote and maximize hair growth.​

Does Hair Grow Back After Chemo: Scalp Care

*****Before you continue reading, please note that we are not medical professionals, nor are we giving any medical advice.*****

Nevertheless, understanding hair growth can help you better understand the regrowth process after chemotherapy.

All hair goes through phases of growing, transition, resting, and
new hair growth.

Generally, this is what most can expect to see after chemo treatments are complete:

3-4 weeks: Soft fuzzy hair forms

4-6 weeks: Real hair begins to grow

2-3 months: About an inch of hair growth

3-6 months: About 2-3 inches

12 months: About 4-6 inches

It’s essential to have a healthy scalp to grow healthy hair.
Here are the best ways to maximize the health of your scalp.

Cleanse your scalp regularly:
Use a gentle, natural, and free from chemicals shampoo to cleanse your scalp. Belegenza Natural Hair Care’s IlLustrious Shampoo & Cleanser
is your best option.
It’s gentle, low-lathering, SLS-free, silicone-free, paraben-free, gluten-free, petrolatum-free, mineral oil-free, phthalate-free, and more.

Massage your scalp:
Using the pads of your fingers, move in a circular motion all-around your scalp. This helps to ease tension and increases blood flow to your hair follicles.

Use a natural moisturizer:
Apply a natural moisturizer to your scalp to help nourish the scalp and soothe any irritation.  TimeLess Skin Moisturizer by Belegenza Natural Hair Care is a an astonishing lotion for your scalp and body. It’s lightweight, non-greasy, and non-sticky.

Protect your scalp from the environment:
A daily dose of sunshine can lift our spirits and help heal our bodies. With thin hair and bare scalps, it’s important to protect the scalp. You can wear head coverings and sunscreen.

Remember to cover your head during the winter because you can lose a lot of heat from your head.

Wash your head coverings:
It’s important to wash them regularly to prevent unnecessary scalp irritation. If there is a build-up of naturally occurring bodily secretions, like perspiration, oil, and skin shedding, it can irritate your scalp. Follow the care labels in your head covering to ensure you are cleaning properly. For wigs, make sure you are washing appropriately for human hair or synthetic hair.

Use a pillowcase made from natural fibers such as silk, cotton, or linen. Synthetic fibers, like nylon, can irritate sensitive skin.

Avoid silicone:
You commonly find silicone in sealants, adhesives, lubricants, medicine, cooking utensils, and thermal and electrical insulation.
Sadly, it is also found in personal care products because it makes
a great spreading agent and glossing agent for really cheap.

Silicone is made from sand, therefore, it is marketed as natural and organic. Over the years, chemists have figured out how to make the molecules smaller and smaller until they are so small that they lodge into your hair follicles, smothering them. The last thing you want at this point is to smother your hair follicles that have survived the battle with chemo.

For a more in-depth look, check out our Silicone Derivatives Avoid List.

Silicone and its derivatives, like a liquid glass or plasticized oil covering seal the scalp and stop the ability to absorb nourishment transdermally. Silicone derivatives are cheap fillers that made it under the radar as being safe.

Conclusion to Does Hair Grow Back After Chemo: Scalp Care

It’s important to have the proper education as to what you need to do to ensure you have long-term hair growth, or you could end up with weak, thinning hair. Trusting conventional and high-end brands is practically a guarantee to have thinner hair.

You must use products that are gentle, nourishing, and chemical-free. Belegenza Natural Hair Care understands all of this and has created a package of hair care products that take all the guesswork of which products are best for your scalp and hair follicles.
Check out the Chemo-Feel Better Look Better Now package by Belegenza.

Healthy hair starts with healthy follicles and scalp!

Experience fuller, stronger, and healthier hair.
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