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Emilienne’s Calon Fm interview about her cancer chemo alopecia hair loss Bold Beanies hats

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Interview with Emilienne from Bold Beanies about her cancer chemo beanie hats

I was lucky enough to be invited back to Dave William's show on Calon fm last week. I first went on his show over 3 years ago now and so it was really nice to catch up and talk about my small welsh business and how its progressing.

You can find the interview here:

We talked about how I came up with the idea of the Bold Beanie hair loss beany hat for cancer chemotherapy sufferers... having experienced it myself and felt cold and couldn't find any suitable hair loss headwear, I set about making my simple soft cotton snug beanie hats for fellow sufferers. My first feedback was from a customer who called me a 'lifesaver'... expressing the sheer sense of relief when you have a sore cold bald head and find such a soft, comfortable simple hat and know there is one less thing to worry about. So comfortable and breathable you forget you are wearing it. A chemo radiotherapy hat which doesn't slip like a scarf, doesn't irritate the scalp like a wig and looks beautiful too, especially for younger people going through cancer treatments where the selection of hair loss hats is outdated and older target market. You look shocking when you've lost or shaved (for head, brain surgery for example) all your hair, so its important to keep covered up for those who care around you too.

We talk about alopecia sufferers and how the Bold Beanies bouquets is great a gift to send anyone suffering from baldness to really show you care. The first cancer chemotherapy gift. One of my favourite aspects to my skull caps is how beautiful they are and the lovely Liberty Art Fabrics I use... a quality British made product. The hats are so thin and breathable, they are great as a liner under all types of helmets and hard ate to keep ears warm and act as a protective barrier from the elements... so not just for the bald, but for the bold too.

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