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    Default Coconut/Avacado oil

    When is it safe to use oils as above on the receipient area ? iv heard 6 months as they can block pores (in your scalp) any ideas anyone ?

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    TBH, I doubt any benefits - are you in tending to use to help healing or growth ?
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    its for growth really,thinking of rubbing it in all over for general hair health ? Iv heard Jamaican Black castor Oil is good also............

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    Unlikely these oils will do anything to push growth along for the transplanted hair. Just a matter of sitting tight and letting the hair do it's thing to be honest and provided good quality work was carried out, good chance most of the hair will start growing in its own time.

    Saying that, don't see no harm in using oils on the head after 6 months or so but as mentioned, just don't go in expecting them to push growth along. If you have skin issues on the scalp, oils may help alleviate certain problems. Notice some patients are eager to push along growth after a transplant (minox is the most common one but I personally don't think it's the best idea in the first year) but sometimes the best course of action is to do nothing and let nature take its course for the first 12 months.

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    Ok,thanks for your replies,something to consider

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