& CARE FOR YOUR SYSTEM
longevity and appearance of your hair replacement system is directly related to
how well you maintain and care for your system. Washing and drying your great
looking hair, is a simple process. It's hardly different from how you're used
to washing your hair. There are just a few simple things to remember, however.
important to use the right shampoo and conditioner, and not to wash too frequently
or else your hair can dry out, become brittle and break the follicle.
the best results, prior to taking a bath or shower, gently wet your hair by using
a spray bottle with plain water. Gently comb or brush through your hair. Wet hair
will not stress and break as easily. Never force a comb or brush through dry hair
that is tangled. Normally the morning is when you may experience tangles, but
only from longer hair around 4-5 inches long. You may want to purchase a wide-toothed
comb or pick, which can untangle your hair more quickly after dampening your hair
with water. You may then follow-up with a smaller or more narrow-toothed comb.
the shower, wash your hair first. Wet your hair thoroughly. Be sure only to use
a front to back motion - never scrub your hair in place or massage your hair.
This may cause tangling. Place a dab of shampoo in your hand and rub your hands
together, then run your hands through the hair from front to back. Repeat this
motion until it lathers. Rinse and repeat.
use an appropriate amount of conditioner - sufficient to saturate your hair. Then
leave it in your hair while you shave. Once you've shaved and washed, you can
rinse out the conditioner last. Consider using a leave-in conditioner after your
shower as well. This will keep your hair even more soft and manageable.
blot your hair, but never rub your hair with the towel back and forth as this
may cause tangles. Never force a tangle out. Gently pull apart the hairs with
your fingers, or consider the purchase of a simple wide-toothed comb or hair pick.
blotting your hair, you can blow dry it, but avoid using heat if possible. Some
dryers have cool settings or a cool button you can push to create a heatless blow
dry. Also, be sure you direct the front hair upwards as you dry. Hair grows naturally
up and out, not down.
that the best drying method is to let it dry naturally. If you have the time
to allow it to dry this way, you will be rewarded in the long run, because your
system will last longer than if you blow dry it. Blow drying can cause hair
to become brittle and can break off at the base. If you notice what seems
to be many hairs falling from the hair replacement system, please contact us and
we will help you decide upon a regimen that will avoid system hair loss.
you have any questions on this or any other hair replacement care subject, please
email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org