For people struggling with the question of whether they can wash hair after surgery, see the surgery article here. If you have a wound on your face or head, or if you have had laser surgery on the eyes, then you have to bear a longer period of time without washing your hair so the sensitive areas do not get wet.
There is often a salon in the hospital for you, or the nurse or caregiver may wash your hair. The caregivers place a basin underneath the head to wash the patient’s hair if they cannot move the body at all. Otherwise, the caregivers would take the patient to the restroom and carefully wash without letting the infected areas get wet.
You might not have money to go to the salon all the time or pay a nurse to take care of you, but you have money to buy dry shampoo. A healthy dry shampoo for the patient should be able to clean your hair and scalp at the same time. Also, because you might still be sick in bed and not be able to get up, or you cannot risk having your eye or wound be touched by the powder, you need a non-powder dry shampoo that is not too liquid to dry-wash your hair. Liquid dry shampoo may accidentally flow into the wound and cause damage.
Fáciaño Dry Shampoo fits all these requirements; it is neither powdered nor completely liquid. It can cleanse and nourish the hair and scalp at the same time.