Category Archives: "Wigs and Scarves"
Side effects from cancer treatments can be extremely difficult to deal with. Aside from the expected hair loss and thinning eyelashes, patients can suffer from hand and foot syndrome, redness and burns, rashes, and embarrassing dryness and flaking. Cancer centers recommend products, but many of them are full of petroleum-based ingredients, carcinogens, hormone disruptors and
For many women, coping with hair loss during chemotherapy treatments can be one of the most difficult challenges of cancer. Susan Beausang, founder of “4women.com” and one of the contributors in my book (When Cancer Hits), has researched the topic of hair loss to determine just how much it affects women and what they can
You bought that wig to help you get through chemotherapy, but now you’re done and your hair is growing back.
If you’ve lost your hair due to chemotherapy treatments, you may have gotten a wig to get you through until your treatments are over and your hair grows back again.