Often necessary in the treatment of cancer, chemotherapy and cranial radiotherapy reduce or stop cellular activity in the hair follicles and sebaceous glands. Hair falls out a few days after the start of treatment.
The scalp may become sensitive, irritated and dehydrated during treatment. Once those are over, the hair grows back. The hair cycle restarts, but hair that is still fragile is therefore at greater risk of being damaged by treatments such as hair colouring, perming and certain hair products.
The extent of hair loss and the rate at which it grows back varies from person to person. Each treatment and each patient is different.
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