No More Bad Hair Days with your new Chemotherapy Wig

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If you are facing rapid hair loss due to chemotherapy treatments, it may be difficult to see anything positive in the situation.  After all, a woman’s hair is her “crowning glory”, and the thought of wearing a headscarf or chemotherapy wig may not sit well with you.  These tips will help you look at your cancer wig in a more positive light.  You may even be delighted with the compliments you receive.

Choosing a color for your chemotherapy wig should be quite simple.  Just stay as close as possible to your natural color; this probably isn’t the time to start experimenting with dramatic new shades, but you might want to try a slight change in color without subjecting yourself to an expensive salon color treatment.

Here are some tips to ensure your chemotherapy wig looks its best:

  • To care for your wig properly, you should only shampoo it with a special wig shampoo, using cool water, and only use a blow dryer on the coolest setting.
  • To avoid any damage to your wig, only use products designed for wig care
  • Plan on washing your wig every 10 to 14 days.  If you plan on wearing a lot of styling products, you may need to wash it more often.
  • To keep your wig looking shiny, products like Wig Lustre can be used after your wig has been washed several times.
  • When you are not wearing your wig, be sure to store it on a wig stand.  Never store it in a plastic bag or box.

If you keep your chemotherapy wig in great condition, you will find there are no more “bad hair days” for a while. In fact, you may even want to continue to wearing your wig long after your hair has grown back.

 

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"I'm am writing this to thank you for the bead wig & the cap. My cancer center is very impressed."

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