You’ve noticed your hairline receding and bald spot expanding, but you’re not ready to give up on having a full head of hair just yet. You’ve heard about poly skin base hair systems that promise to restore your hair without anyone being able to tell the difference. The idea seems too good to be true for the hot and humid weather in India. Before you get your hopes up about a hair system transforming your look, you need to consider whether it can withstand the heat and monsoons. Poly skin base hair systems may seem like an easy fix, but they likely won’t fare well in the intense Indian climate and could end up causing more stress than your thinning hair ever did.
Why Poly Base Hair Systems Might Not Be Ideal for Hot Indian Weather
Poly skin base hair systems may not be the best choice for hot and humid Indian weather. The non-breathable poly material prevents heat and moisture from escaping, leading to some unpleasant side effects.
For one, poly bases don’t allow for ventilation between your scalp and the unit. This can cause excessive sweating and irritation under the base, especially in warm weather. The trapped heat and moisture create an ideal environment for bacteria and odors to develop, resulting in itching and smells you’d rather avoid.
In the sweltering Indian climate, a poly base hair system could become unbearably hot, requiring frequent removal for relief. The constant on-and-off also shortens the lifespan of the hair system and the adhesive used to bond it to your head. For the health and comfort of your scalp, poly bases may need to be avoided during the hottest months of the year.
Instead, a French lace base provides more breathability due to its open-weave construction. The lace material allows heat and moisture to escape, keeping your scalp cooler and preventing odors from building up under the base. Lace bases tend to have a longer wear time in hot weather since they remain more comfortable throughout the day and night.
Overall, while poly skin base hair systems can work well in some climates, the lack of breathability may be problematic for India’s hot and humid weather. For the optimal experience, a French lace base hair system is better suited to withstand the heat and keep your scalp happy. Your scalp health and comfort should be the top priority when choosing a hair replacement system.
How Do Poly Base Hair Systems React in Humid Weather
Poly skin base hair systems are not ideal for humid, tropical climates like India. The non-breathable material traps heat and moisture against your scalp, making the unit uncomfortable and irritating to wear, especially in warmer weather.
Sweating and high heat cause damage to poly skin bases. The trapped moisture has nowhere to go, breaking down the adhesive and loosening the bonds between the base and your scalp. This can cause the hair system to shift, slip, or even fall off completely. Not an ideal situation!
In India’s hot and often wet weather, poly skin bases struggle. The humidity penetrates the material, compromising the hair fibers and causing frizz, tangling and a loss of shape and style. The humidity also feeds bacteria growth, leading to odors you’d rather avoid.
For men in India suffering from hair loss, poly skin base hair systems are not recommended for the climate. The discomfort and potential damage to the unit and your scalp are too significant. More breathable base materials like lace or thin skin are better suited to hot and humid weather.
In summary, the humid conditions in much of India are problematic for poly skin base hair systems. The non-breathable material, combined with heat and moisture, damages the unit and irritates the scalp. For a comfortable, high-quality hair replacement experience in India’s climate, a more breathable base material is essential.
Alternative Options for Hot and Humid Weather: Lace Front Hair Systems and Full Lace Hair Systems
Poly skin base hair systems may not be the most suitable option for hot and humid weather in India. The polyurethane material and thick base can make the unit feel heavy, damp and uncomfortable in high heat and humidity.
Lace Front Wigs and Full Lace Wigs: Better Breathability
Lace front hair systems and full lace hair systems provide more breathability and comfort in hot weather compared to poly skin base hair systems. The lace base material is airy, lightweight and designed to blend in with your natural hairline. Full lace hair systems in particular have a lace base that covers the entire crown, allowing for optimal ventilation and temperature regulation.
Synthetic lace front hair systems and full lace hair systems are also more resistant to sun exposure and hot temperatures compared to human hair options. Synthetic hair won’t fade or change color as quickly in intense sunlight and heat. However, synthetic wigs typically don’t last as long as human hair wigs and may appear less natural.
For the most breathable and lightweight option in hot weather, consider a thin skin or thin PU perimeter system. These have an ultra-thin polyurethane or silicone base around the perimeter of the hairline to provide security, with a breathable mesh or lace material on the rest of the base. The thin base helps prevent overheating while still keeping the hair system securely in place.
In summary, poly skin base hair systems may not be ideal for most men in hot and humid parts of India. Lace front hair systems, full lace hair systems and thin skin hair systems will likely provide a more comfortable and breathable experience, allowing you to enjoy your hair system no matter the temperature or climate.
Go ahead, give in to the temptation of a quick fix to your hair loss woes. Believe the misleading marketing that a poly skin base system will provide a natural look and feel, even in hot and humid weather. Disregard the fact that polyester is a plastic polymer material that does not breathe and will make your scalp sweat profusely. Ignore the reality that the system will not last long in high heat and humidity, needing frequent replacement at high cost. Overlook the risk of skin irritation and acne from the non-porous base. You’ll find out the hard way that poly skin base systems are not made for Indian weather. But then it will be too late, as you’ll already be stuck in an expensive cycle of temporary solutions that do more harm than good. The decision is in your hands – make a wise choice, as we strive to understand our customers and enhance their decision-making process.