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Oncologist Visit, Tamoxifen & Hormones.

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

If you have ever had a cancer diagnosis, it's all consuming. A relentless round of hospital visits, doctors appointments and potential surgeries, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, scans... but always a rollercoaster of emotions and anxiety for you and your loved ones. For a time in your life it dictates everything.

And then, if you are lucky enough you come through the other side, life somehow eventually needs to return to 'normal'. You need to get on with everyday life, prepare for events, take care of loved ones and pay those bills... and try as best you can to remember the lessons learned and live the best life possible. 

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Bold Beanies Chemo Hair Loss Headwear - Emphasis on Comfort, Ease & Style...

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Bold Beanies Chemo Hair Loss Headwear - Emphasis on Comfort, Ease & Style...

Bold Beanies cancer headwear has been specifically designed for cancer hair loss from chemotherapy by Emilienne (who lost her hair with chemo for stage 3 advanced Breast Cancer) When you've suddenly lost your hair because of the drugs you're taking and your hair 'hurts' whilst its falling out and your scalp is sensitive, sore and cold. 

-Bold Beanies headwear is super soft and lightweight; made to be as comfortable as possible with no unnecessary seams or labels to fit snugly onto the head and not slip around... you will simply forget you are wearing it. 

-The fabric is thin soft stretchy cotton so its naturally breathable, temperature controlling (so adjusts to the conditions of the day), sweat-wicking and UV protective. 

-Bold Beanies Hats, Head-wraps, Headscarves and PICC sleeves are designed with Style at the forefront. Using the world renowned Liberty Print Fabrics and best plain coloured fabrics in the UK for Women, Men, Teen and Kids of all ages and tastes. You are sure to find something you like and that flatters and make you feel a little bit more confident and better about your day. 

-Bold Beanies head covers are very easy to put on. This is especially good for anyone after surgery or for the elderly. There is no right or wrong way and the stretchy soft fabric makes the head wraps and scarves easy to tie. 

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HeadWrappers Recommends Bold Beanies Trusted Headwear Online

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HeadWrappers Recommends Bold Beanies Trusted Headwear Online

Bold Beanies is very proud & happy to be a trusted supplier & recommended by HeadWrappers. 

HeadWrappers offers FREE support for those suffering hair loss as a result of Cancer treatments. 

Visit the online support service and join a session at many Maggie's Centres and Macmillan Cancer Information Support Centres

https://www.headwrappers.org/

This service is for anyone who has lost or is likely to lose their hair due to cancer treatment. During a HeadWrappers Appointment you can expect to:-

  • Either have a private appointment for up to one hour or a two hour group session with trained volunteers who understand the impact of losing your hair

  • Feel more confident coping with hair loss

  • Receive practical tips on caring for your hair and scalp before, during and after treatment

  • Learn how you can make the most of scarves, hats and hair pieces as an alternative to wigs

  • Learn scarf tying techniques

  • Try on a range of different headwear to see what suits you best

  • Receive your personal Wish List with detailed information on how to purchase items

  • Talk through any concerns you may have about your hair loss

  • Receive guidance and sign posting to other charities and support organisations

  • Receive your Bold Beanies Online Shop Headwear Discount Code.

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Cute Pretty Cancer Hats

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Cute Pretty Cancer Hats

Are you looking for Pretty Cancer Headwear? Do you need to feel feminine during chemotherapy treatment? 

We make feminine, flattering floral and pretty Liberty Print Hats, Headscarves and Head Wraps for ladies suffering hair loss from chemotherapy treatments or non-medical Alopecia Areata. Designed with Style and also comfort in mind; our headwear is also easy to put on. No lengthy lifting of arms. 

Gorgeous beautiful prints from Liberty of London for women of all ages. Available in standard size which fits most women and also extra large size. 

The Liberty print (double sided with a co-ordinating plain side) head wraps and headscarves offer height and interest off the forehead and can be worn either side and folded over offering multiple ways to be tied depending on your mood or clothing. 

Or beautiful range of Bold Beanies cancer hats can be worn as daywear or as a breathable temperature controlling night cap. Plenty of cute prints to choose from and match your nightwear. 

The stretchy thin cotton fabric fits snuggly onto the head and doesn't slip around like other cancer headwear. Our high quality Liberty fabrics are naturally sweat-wicking, breathable and UV protective. 

Which one will you choose? Free UK Delivery on all orders over £40. Fast Worldwide Shipping.

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Customised Cancer Headwear for Men, Women & Kids.

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Customised Cancer Headwear for Men, Women & Kids.

Are you looking for a unique customised cancer gift or to personalise your own hair loss chemo headwear? We've got you covered.

No Custom Job Too Big Or Small.  Single and larger quantities of beanie hats, headscarves, head wraps, PICC line covers & t-shirts available for personalisation and customisation. If you can't see what you're looking to customize online please drop us an email. 

Personalise any of our plain soft cotton beanie hats or other chemo Alopecia headwear. It's really easy to do. Just select 'Custom'... 'Yes'... on the drop down menu and enter then leave a message at checkout.  All you need to do is tell us what name, logo or slogan you would like. You can tell us the font or colour you would prefer, otherwise we'll do what we think will look best for the hat or t-shirt. 

Continuing to be popular are team sports and schools emblems, 'Cancer Sucks!' and 'No Hair, Don't Care!'.

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