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Happy Easter and Fresh Yellow Floral Liberty Print Beanie Hats for Women

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Happy Easter and Fresh Yellow Floral Liberty Print Beanie Hats for Women

Bold Beanies is taking a few days off to enjoy this holiday time over Easter with my children. Whatever religion or spirituality you are I hope you are enjoying the sunshine where you are and time with family.  Introducing this gorgeous new yellow print from luxury British fabrics company Liberty Art fabrics in this gorgeous abstract floral print in bright yellow colour for spring.  Super soft and silky cotton breathable thin stretchy snug fabric beanies hats for hair loss and sore scalps from cancer chemo chemotherapy Alopecia Areata hair loss thinning. Great during the day as an easy soft hat...

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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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Many young cancer survivors struggle socially years after diagnosis...

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Many young cancer survivors struggle socially years after diagnosis...

Years after diagnosis, many young cancer survivors continue to struggle socially I came across this interesting article published in CANCER via sciencenewsroom@wiley.com "A new study indicates that the social difficulties faced by many adolescent and young adult cancer survivors often persist for years after their diagnosis. Published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study indicates that though these patients may see some improvement in their social lives during the first year following diagnosis, their social functioning tends to remain constant after that, leaving them socially impaired relative to their cancer-free peers. Adolescence and young...

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Bold Beanies Cancer Hair Loss Feedback and Reviews Welcome

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Bold Beanies Cancer Hair Loss Feedback and Reviews Welcome

As a small business its always useful to get feedback and have reviews written on the website. Its a functionality of the site which I need to get more people to use. So if you've bought, worn or heard great things about these cancer alopecia hats, please do review a Liberty or plain beanie hat for me!! This all goes to help me promote the website and reach more people when they need me.  I get positive feedback everyday on the way Bold Beanies make people feel. They aren't just comfortable cotton hair loss beanie hats... they are one less...

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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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