I was so happy to receive these wonderful photos from a lovely customer and see this new addition to the bold Beanie range being used just as I'd hoped.
Nicola'ssweet young children decorated a PICC line cover sleeve to cover up her chemotherapy port and help her through treatment when they can't be with their mummy.
How wonderful. Decorated with hearts, flowers rainbow and declarations of love from her children aged 5 and 18 months.
Nicola has rhabdomyosarcoma which is a soft tissue cancer. The primary cancer is in her nose and it spread to a lymph node in my neck and is having intense chemotherapy which started within days of me being diagnosed. Wishing you every strength Nicola for the remainder of your treatment... take things easy and get lots of cuddles.
The Bold Beanies Greetings Graffiti PICC Line Cover Sleeve plays on the idea of signing a broken arm or leg cast and sending a greetings get well soon card. The pack is delivered with a plain white PICC sleeve and pack of fabric pens for you to customise and add your slogans and messages. The fabric pen ink remains washable until ironed and set.
The perfect gift for a child to colour and draw on for a parent, carer or loved one with Cancer and also as a gift for a crafty child in hospital... they can design their own PICC sleeve to cover up a port or wear in solidarity.
These PICC Line cover sleeves are made using quality soft stretchy cotton breathable fabric to cover a PICC line on the arm port for comfort and security.
Also suitable for IV Line, Diabetes Pump and CGM Sensor.
Are you looking for cancer headwear in Ireland? Bold Beanies are made in the UK with fast easy postage to Ireland.
With a wide range of stylish headwear for women, men and kids of all ages suffering from cancer and alopecia hair loss you're bound to find the hat, scarf, head wrap or PICC cover sleeve you're looking for.
A wide collection of plain hats which can be customised with any slogan, name or image you want and sent fast to Ireland. Why not have the Irish flag put onto a hat in support for a sports game? or show support for your favourite Ie team in your favourite colours.
Silky soft, breathable headwear made using quality cotton stretchy material to fit snuggly, easily and comfortably on the head. Breathable and temperature controlling and available in standard and extra large for adults and two sizes for children with hair loss.
Free UK Postage for all orders over £40 and Free shipping to the rest of Ireland on all orders over £55
If your doctor has prescribed a chemotherapy drug that is known to cause hair loss, make the decision to prepare yourself for hair lossbeforetreatment begins. Cancer already does a number on a person's self-image, and hair loss can be a seriously devastating side effect. Early preparation can help you cope when your hair begins to fall out.
1 Opt for a Short Haircut Before Treatment Begins
Many women choose to cut their hair short or shave their heads entirely before hair starts to fall out. It's a lot less shocking to have short clumps of hair fall out in the shower or in your hands, rather than a handful of long strands. Plus, hair tends to come out in uneven patches, and short hair can help to temporarily mask this.
I went straight for a 'buzz cut' but feel with hindsight it would have been a good idea for me to have an in-between cut so it was less shocking.
2 Get aWig
If you plan on wearing a wig after you lose your hair to chemotherapy, try to get onebeforeyour hair begins to fall out. Choosinga wig before hair loss is ideal because it allows you to choose a wig that matches your hair colour bestandyou'll have it on hand when hair loss starts. However you may decide to try a completely new look! Most NHS areas offer at least one wig to cancer patients starting a course of chemotherapy where medical Alopecia (hair loss) is inevitable.
I had a wig, but I have to say it wasn't a pleasant process really and I regret the experience. I wish I could have had longer choosing one and everything happened so fast I didn't have anyone with me to help choose one. As a result I didn't like mine very much and only wore it on 2 occasions at the request of my then 4 year old daughter. I found my wigveryuncomfortable and felt more self conscious wearing that my beanies. BUT that is just me and I would still recommend getting at least one wig.
3 Choose Some Beanies.
Even if you get a wig, you will need some type of head covering for when you are not wearing your wig, especially during chilly weather and during the night. Wigs can also be uncomfortable, so you will want some easy comfy 'hygge' headwear to slip on easily and cover up for your family and loved ones. Your scalp will most likely be sensitive when not covered, not to mention cold. Beanies also provide excellent protect protection against the sun and wind when outdoors.
Why not add a head wrap over your Bold Beanie for an extra touch of luxury.
Stylish pretty headwear for younger women going through Breast Cancer. For younger women with chemotherapy hair loss often with young families who need to get on with their busy days and just cover up to feel more confident and look more 'normal'.
One less thing to worry about, you will breathe a sigh of relief.
They are made using luxury Liberty silky soft fabrics with no unnecessary seams or labels to fit snuggly on a sore head. They don't slip around like a scarf and are very comfortable. Temperature controlling cotton natural breathable material make them temperature controlling so no taking on and off as your head gets too hot or cold. great if you need a peaceful nights sleep.
Bold Beanies Sleep Caps come in two sizes and a wide variety of plain, customisable, colours and a wonderful array of beautiful Liberty prints.
I'm very proud to be included in the latest edition of Life in North Wales Magazine as one of 8 inspiring women from North Wales.
Emilienne Rebel - Creator of Bold Beanies www.boldbeanies.comWhile battling cancer, the Wrexham mum of two came up with the idea of selling stylish headwear for those undergoing chemotherapy and suffering hair loss.
Read more in the Life in North Wales Magazine here ...