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How to Avoid Itchy Scalp with Hair Systems?


Most hair system users have experienced an itchy scalp at one point or another. What causes itchy scalp? How to avoid itchy scalp when wearing a hair piece? Here, Hairbro will share the major causes behind an itchy hair system and teach you how to avoid itchy hair system.

1.Poor Quality Hair System

Low-quality hair system are likely to cause itchy scalp for its poor ventilation. It is important to choose a high-quality hair system, because in any way it is you who has to bear the consequences of its being poor. Take some time to find a good quality hair system. When choosing high quality hair system, keep the following tips in mind.

● Choose the hair system that fits your head and style perfectly.

● Choose high quality material. A good hair system is soft and comfortable to touch. Generally, a hair system made with human hair will performance better than synthetic hair system.

● Choose the right base type. A good hair system allows your skin to breathe and does not build up excessive heat on the head. It is recommend to choose soft lace material.

2.Allergic Reactions to Adhesives

If you develop an allergic reaction to hair adhesives, it will start with itching and burning. Since the glue stays in contact with your skin, this can lead to significant inflammation in the scalp. When using adhesives, remember the following tips.

● It is recommended to try the adhesive somewhere like on your hand and let it sit there for several hours and see if you get any irritation or itchy, when you wear hair system for the first time.

● If you have any allergies to latex or similar substances, then latex hair bonding glue is not for you and should be avoided. There are non-allergenic products available on the market which may be better suited for your requirements.

● At the first sign of a reaction, remove any glue in your hair as soon as possible. And then cool the heat and itch of the spots by bathing your head in lukewarm water. If necessary, consult a physician.

3.Not Cleaning Regularly

If you do not washing your hair system or your scalp regularly and properly, you maybe suffer from itchy scalp. When washing your hair system and scalp, remember:

● Always take time to wash and rinse your hair system and scalp. Make sure they are free of shampoo and all types of hair styling products, because they only cause itching and inflammation when you put on your hair system again.

● Use an oily solvent to remove residual adhesive from the scalp, then use another cleaner to remove the solvent.

● Flush the rinse inside base of the cap at the same time as this is the area next to the scalp.

4.Sweat Too Much

We all know that whether we wear a hair system or not, our scalp will sweat. Some people naturally sweat more than others. Honestly, wearing a hair system is more likely to cause scalp sweating. In addition, because moisture does not easily pass through some base materials of the hair system, sweat is trapped underneath and evaporates for longer. The trapped moisture can cause itching. To reduce the scalp itchy hair system caused by sweating, you should keep the following tips in mind.

● If you are wearing a hair system with full skin or a monofilament base and are prone to heavy sweating, you may need to change the base material. Try using a full lace base for better ventilation.

● Regularly washing your scalp with a medicated shampoo will help you get rid of the sweat on your scalp.

● Try to add a scalp protector to your regimen.

Not Shaving

Many people get the most secure and longest lasting bond by shaving before wearing hair system and then bonding to a smooth scalp surface. However, those prone to razor burns or ingrown hair may experience itching or skin sensitivity with hair growth. To avoid itching scalp caused by razors, you can do the following:

● When preparing your scalp, give up the razor and use a clipper to see if the itching subsides.

● If you already have folliculitis caused by a razor, you can wash your scalp daily with antibacterial soap and use over-the-counter antibiotics that can be wiped on the skin.

● Generally, as you get used to wearing a hair system, the itching will fade over time. If it persists for more than a few weeks and is more than a minor itch, check the list above.

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