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What is so special about a Bold Beanie cancer chemo alopecia hair loss hat cap?

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

What is so special about a Bold Beanie cancer chemo alopecia hair loss hat cap?

Super soft, silky and snug cotton beanie hats for mens, women's and kid's hair loss from alopecia or chemotherapy. Manufactured in the UK with minimal seams and no irritating labels on the inside and made using the finest Liberty Art quality stretchy natural cotton pretty prints and plain fabrics to fit snuggly (but not tight) on a bald head. Temperature controlling, so not too hot or cold, to keep the scalp at an even comfortable temperature. Designed by a breast cancer chemo survivor who just wants to make fellow sufferers difficult time more bearable when its often the little things...

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Could 3D printed hair follicles help with hair loss?

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Could 3D printed hair follicles help with hair loss?

Interesting BBC article about using hair follicles created by a process similar to 3D printing could one day be used as implants, L'Oreal has said. "The cosmetics firm is partnering with a French bio-printing company called Poietis, which has developed a form of laser printing for cell-based objects. Hair follicles have not been created this way before and the firms expect it will take at least three years to adapt the process. However, one hair loss charity said it was too early "to be getting excited". L'Oreal already uses 3D printed skin in its product research. "If we manage to...

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What is Bold Beanie Chemo Cancer Alopecia Hair Loss Cotton Hat?

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

What is Bold Beanie Chemo Cancer Alopecia Hair Loss Cotton Hat?

Super soft, thin, silky and snug beanie hats for men's, women's and kid's hair loss. Made in the United Kingdom using the finest luxury natural breathable Liberty Art quality thin stretchy natural cotton fabric. Pretty famous Liberty prints and plain fabrics to fit snuggly (but not tightly) on a bald head. Temperature controlling, so not too hot or cold, to keep the scalp at an even comfortable temperature. Designed by a breast cancer chemotherapy survivor who just wants to make fellow sufferers difficult time more bearable when its often the little things that get to you the most. No more...

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Hair Loss with chemotherapy and how it made me feel...

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Hair Loss with chemotherapy and how it made me feel...

  My eldest daughter, Olivia, was only 3 when I was diagnosed with grade 3 advanced breast cancer. With long blonde hair very much part of her signature (everyone commented on it) it was very hard for her to see her mummy without any hair. I looked ill and needed to cover up for her and the rest of my young family.  I started to loose my hair leading up to my second round of chemotherapy treatment. I'd had a 2 week break from the first one which had made me very sick. My hair hurt as it was falling...

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Sensitive scalp post surgery…?

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Bold Beanies are not just for hair loss caused by treatments for different types of cancer including breast cancer or for those who are bald because of alopecia temporary or otherwise. These beautiful breathable caps are perfect for anyone who is having surgery to the head, brain and needs something soft to cover up and to keep warm. The perfect alternative to an itchy woollen hat or wig or scarf which is often hard to tie and slips about.Bold Beanies have minimal seams so there is no irritation to the scalp. The label is on the outside and the fabric...

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