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The Website For Soft Comfy Cancer Surgery Hats Chemo Headwear & Alopecia Hair Loss

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

The Website For Soft Comfy Cancer Surgery Hats Chemo Headwear & Alopecia Hair Loss

Bold Beanies were designed by Emilienne many years ago whilst undergoing chemotherapy treatment for Stage 4 Breast Cancer when she wanted something super soft and comfortable to stay covered up in front on the family, keep warm but also stylish and pretty for a younger person going through cancer. 

These award winning cancer hats are made to exceptional high standards using the best quality cotton based stretchy fabric from Liberty Art Fabrics which is famous all over the world for quality and the best designs. Minimal seams and not irritating labels make for a comfortable beanie. The stretchy fabric allows the cap to fit snuggly but not tightly onto a bald sensitive scalp and stay put whilst you get on with your day or get a good nights rest. Not too hot or cold, the breathable fabric wicks away sweat and keeps the head at an even temperature. 

Will you go for a plain hat or get one customised with a name or slogan of your choice? Or choose from the wide range of beautiful pattered Liberty prints? 

Designed to be worn day or night, on their own or layered up under another beanie or head scarf... show us how you wear yours. Matching scarves and PICC line covers available now. 

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What is a PICC Line ?

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

What is a PICC Line ?

A PICC line is a long, thin, flexible tube called a catheter. PICC means Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters

It is used to give you chemotherapy and other medicines. A doctor or nurse puts it into a vein above the bend of your elbow. It can stay in place until your treatment is over.

You will be given a local anaesthetic to numb the area before the PICC line is put in. Your doctor or nurse will gently thread the line along the vein in your arm until it’s in a large vein in your chest. You will have an x-ray to check it’s in the correct position.

The PICC line is held in place by a dressing, which is usually changed every week. The cap at the end of the line is replaced each week to reduce the risk of infection. The line is flushed regularly to prevent it becoming blocked.

Bold Beanies PICC Line Covers can give you peace of mind against any catching the tube on clothing or in bed. Super soft, stretchy and breathable cotton material, our PICC Line Sleeves also come in beautiful Liberty prints and practical plains which can also match our cancer treatment hair loss hats.

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PICC Line Cover Sleeves and Matching Bold Beanie Chemo Hat

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PICC Line Cover Sleeves and Matching Bold Beanie Chemo Hat

Beautiful matching Liberty Cleo Print PICC Line Covers and Bold Beanies Chemotherapy Sleep and Day Cancer Hair Loss Hats Now Available Online. 

Made to fit comfortable over your PICC line, in four adults sizes and three kids sizes. More Styles being added daily!

Protective PICC Line Covers to give you peace of mind from snagging and feel more confident. Bold Beanies chemo hair loss hats to wear during the day as a temperature controlled thin soft snug comfortable hat... in a beautiful range of Liberty prints and plains. 

Made in the UK. Fast Worldwide Shipping.

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PICC Line Covers, New Hair Loss Beanies & Scarves & Pretty Compression Gloves

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

PICC Line Covers, New Hair Loss Beanies & Scarves & Pretty Compression Gloves

Looking at expanding the Bold Beanies Hair Loss range of Chemo Headwear and add new products to make your time as a cancer patient a bit more bearable... and colourful.  What would you like to see? Please leave your comments below. The current range of hair loss hats include beanies for men, women and kids of all sizes and prints and plains to suit all. I'm looking to expand on the range of soft comfy hair loss accessories to include scarves in soft stretchy jersey fabrics, perfect for layering. Also coming soon are pretty PICC line covers... many of which...

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