Blue Sky Scrubs Announces Summer Surgical Caps for Medicine and Nursing

Blue Sky Scrubs, a seller of modernized surgical gowns, has announced the release of its summer beanies, featuring stunning new prints and patterns to suit summer fashion. These scrub hats are an essential part of the wardrobe of many healthcare professionals because they keep hair out of the way, both protected and prevented from interfering with any situation a doctor or nurse might encounter at work. Because it is very important for hair to remain under a cap in certain medical situations, such as surgeries, Blue Sky Scrubs has designed three distinct styles of surgical headgear, which they call the Pixie Scrub Hat, the Pony Scrub Hat and the Poppy Scrub. Hat.

The Pixie Scrub Hat is a classic style, with a flattering, clean cut. It can accommodate any hair length. To use the pixie hat, a person simply needs to fold the brim of the hat, place it on their forehead, tuck their hair inside the hat, and tie a knot at the back of their neck. The whole of the surgical caps sold by Blue Sky Scrubs are designed to stay in place and hold hair in place for an entire shift. The Pony Scrub Hat is, as the name suggests, ideal for people who can hold their hair in a ponytail or a bun. This design is exclusive and has been patented by Blue Sky Scrubs. Using this plug is relatively simple. First, the back pocket part of the hat should be slightly waisted with the ribbons. With the hair tied back, the wearer should then place the hat on their forehead and tuck their bun or ponytail into the pouch. The ties are crossed under the bun and the ribbons are pulled tight and tied into a knot above the ponytail. The back bun portion of the hat can then be puffed up and any loose hairs tucked into the sides of the hat.

Blue Sky Scrubs’ third surgical hat style, the Poppy, is their new take on the traditional bouffant hat. This hat is much looser than the Pixie or Pony, and works well with any hair length. Blue Sky Scrubs offers two methods of styling the poppy, the first of which involves a tighter fit, which is achieved by tying the ties of the hat over a ponytail or bun. The other suggestion is a more traditional bouffant look, which simply requires tucking the hair into the hat and tying a knot at the back of the neck to hold it all in. Each of these hats is a great option for holding back hair during long shifts. hospital, surgical settings or any other medical application where scrub caps are needed. Blue Sky Scrubs sells their scrub hats and a variety of other scrub items on their website.

Blue Sky Scrubs is based in Austin, TX and is committed to delivering awesome scrubs to awesome healthcare professionals. Not only are their scrubs fairly traded and ethically made, but they also donate a portion of their high-quality scrubs to medical missions and healthcare professionals in areas underserved by healthcare systems. The company also aims to innovate and introduce new ideas in its scrub products to satisfy its wonderful healthcare professional customers.

Medical scrubs were first used in the 1940s as the science of wound infection advanced and aseptic techniques became a standard part of operative procedures. Doctors, nurses, surgeons and others wore sterilized clothes after cleaning themselves, to ensure a clean environment for surgery. Originally, these garments were white, to emphasize cleanliness, but the combination of white garments and bright lights often caused eye strain for surgeons and staff. For this reason, most hospitals have opted for clothing in shades of green to allow for a high contrast environment. Scrubs are necessary in many operating room settings and are used by many other physicians and healthcare professionals in a variety of locations.


For more information about Blue Sky Scrubs, contact the company here:

Blue Sky Scrubs
Wendy Griffith
[email protected]
2209 Donley Dr. Austin, TX 78758

Christine E. Phillips