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Why a Bold Beanies Cancer Chemo Alopecia Hair Loss Headwear Hat?

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

“… the sheer sense of relief to feel comfortable and thats there’s just one less thing to worry about with these cancer hair loss beanie hats”. Its hard for anyone who has never had chemotherapy to understand just how terrible it is. Of course everyone reacts differently, but in the main its a pretty traumatic experience. Not only do you loose your hair on top of your head, but facial hair too, including nasal hair, eyebrows and eyelashes (so nose and eyes are often watering as no nasal hair or eyelashes to keep out all the dust that comes their...

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EUWIIN Awards 2015 ITV News article to air tonight...

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

EUWIIN Awards 2015 ITV News article to air tonight...

ITV News Wales will be running a short piece tonight about myself, my girls and Bold Beanies. I am currently in London attending the EUWIIN (European Womens Inventors and Innovators Network conference with awards ceremony tonight at the British Library. I will be honoured with a special recognition award from GWIIN (the global womens network) in “celebration for your tenacity, your innovative contribution and inspirational qualities”. I also am up for a creativity award… very exciting… watch this space!Bold Beanies are simple thin soft natural fibre and cotton beanie hats for anyone suffering from hair loss from chemotherapy treatments for...

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Beanie Hats and Birthdays...

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

1st birthday, 2nd hair loss chemo…Today is my youngest daughter Lotte’s 9th birthday. We have celebrated with an “Into the Woods” party with friends. How lucky I feel to be able to share and create such wonderful memories with my girls. Every year a milestone. I remember things from when I was nine quite distinctly and I find it reassuring that if anything was to happen to me, my girls will have strong memories with me. We are very close, they are my hope and my light.This day also marks the day I had my second round of chemotherapy for...

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6 years on...

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Olivia is leaving her primary school this week and it has brought out many emotions for me. So thankful for the happy years and wonderful teachers she has had and content in the knowledge she is ready to move on. Years on however, and this cancer journey I/the girls and I are on together comes to light yet again... so very emotional.The first week Olivia started at her primary school was the week I started chemotherapy for Stage 3 advanced Breast Cancer. I had been diagnosed several months before and had already undergone many surgeries including a mastectomy and sentinel...

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