Can I wash my hair with chicken pox?

Can you wash your hair with chicken pox?

If you have chicken pox, it is best not to wash your hair, otherwise it will rub the chicken pox on your head, and may cause infection in the affected area because of bacteria in the water used to wash your hair or use shampoo, and the pus flowing out of the chicken pox also carries a virus, and flowing to the skin elsewhere will cause chicken pox infection in the skin elsewhere.

How many days after the chicken pox can you wash your hair?

If there is no chicken pox on your scalp, you can still wash your hair and use shampoo, but if you have chicken pox on your head, it is best to wait for the chicken pox on your head to break off and scab before washing your hair, which will generally start to break off and scab in about a week's time.

It is not recommended to take too many baths even if you have chicken pox

It is not recommended to take a bath mainly because many people do not boil the water, the water also contains a lot of bacteria, plus the bath will inevitably touch the body of the chicken pox, if forced to break the chicken pox, will make the affected skin infection, leading to other diseases of the skin, also lead to it can not heal as fast, but also may leave a scar.