If you are now hair free maybe its time to make friends with your scalp...
Your head shape, skin type, lumps and bumps on your scalp are individual to you. Some people say they are surprised by the shapes and angles of the bones on the head or that their scalp skin seems much paler than the rest of the body. Others feel quite content with their head shape.
It’s quite normal to feel that the scalp is a bit of the body that is unknown as it is normally hidden under our hair. It’s a good idea to get to know your scalp a little better as this will help you to work out how best to maintain a healthy scalp and feel better about it. MORE >
Take a look at this fake fringe fixed into a head scarf, what a great idea.
You really don’t need to give up on looking good or your individual style because now, more than ever, there are so many ways to cover up without compromising on your look. You can see in this picture that Jaya looks fab with a fake fringe. Our Cover up section will offer you ideas MORE >
How are you?
Share your feelings and stories with us over a lovely cuppa
Whether you are worried about facing your friends and family with hair loss, or finding the practicality of wigs and head scarves over whelming, or if you are wanting to let out anger or share a good giggle with a funny story. Have a loo in our Taklking Heads TV section to see if the stories strike a chord. MORE >
Different strokes for different folks. Watch this video by Cancer Hair Care Founder Jasmin. She tells you about our Step by Step videos... MORE >
Thank you to all who attended a great fundraising night on Friday 28th June. Over 120 of you turned out in your funky wigs. We are so delighted that so many of you who are hair free chose our disco to light up the ... MORE >
Cat Deeley is a caring celebrity who is supporting us
“The work Cancer Hair Care is doing, together with Pantene Pro-V’s support, is absolutely invaluable”. Often one of the first things women think about when they’ve been diagnosed with cancer is losing their ... MORE >
A beautiful relationship of support has started
“We are thrilled to announce this new venture with Pantene Pro-V. Having founded the charity in 2005, it’s a huge asset to us as a small, growing charity to work with a brand with such huge awareness. Cancer Hair Care will be seen across ... MORE >
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Please kindly note that Cancer Hair Care and The Caring Hair Boutique are not designed to provide medical advice. You should always consult with your doctor if you have any medical concerns or queries.