I had my chemo in winter and found myself very cold as a result of my hair loss.
I hadn’t yet created Bold Beanies, but this led to the creation of my little business. I wore wooly hats in bed (scarves would slip), but it was itchy and I got too hot, so I would take it off, and then I’d wake freezing cold. Adding ‘no sleep’ to the list of cancer treatment side effects.
Bold Beanies are made with silky soft stretchy cotton fabric to fit snuggly (but not tight) on a sensitive scalp. Minimal seams away from pressure points, the label on the outside and naturally temperature controlling mean they are so comfortable you’ll forget you’re wearing it! The perfect sleep hat and one less thing to worry about.
Also wanting to keep a sense of style I’ve created a headwear solution for chemo hair loss that is stylish as well as practical… this includes offering as many plain colours, styles and sizes to suit everyone. I would have loved to have a choice of colours to match outfits and my Pjs like these Liberty ones. Would have made me feel a little more normal. All of these Bold Beanies would look great with this gorgeous floral print.
Too see the full collection of cancer head covers, including beautiful Liberty prints, fun patterns and luxurious fabrics (as well as headscarves & head wraps) at www.boldbeanies.com #boldbeanies #chemohat #cancerhat #chemotherapy #cancerbeanie #chemobeanie #alopecia #hairloss #bald #headwear #chemohairloss #beboldandbeautiful #chemochic #libertyprint #pjsstyle #sleepcap #madewithlove #smallbusinessowner #lifeaftercancer #chemosleepcap #breastcancercare
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