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Our story began almost 30 years ago with our founder's breast cancer diagnosis. Demoralized by the hair loss she experienced from chemo treatments and unable to find anything stylish to conceal her baldness, Carol Galland set out to make the journey a little bit easier for others. She created our first simple hat, sewn by hand, in 1995. Her daughter quickly recognized that designing hats had become an essential part of her mother’s healing process. To provide her mother an outlet through her grief and healing process, she created the very first online store specializing in hats and wigs for individuals with hair loss. It was a labor of love. Thousands of designs and nearly a quarter century later, our mission has not changed. We are here to empower you - with information, compassionate service and quality products that allow you to continue to feel like yourself.
When a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, the first thing you want to do is help. However, it can be hard to know how. We’ve compiled a list of ways you can show someone near and dear to your heart how much you care. Read on to learn the 8 best ways to help a friend, family member, or loved one with cancer.
When someone invents a wig that can regrow its own hair, trust us, we’ll be first in line. Until then, it’s important to lend special TLC to your second scalp - not only to extend its life, but to keep it looking fresh and fabulous. Here’s what to (never) do when wearing your wig to keep it in tip-top shape.
While chemotherapy is a life saving treatment, the side effects can be unpredictable and strenuous on your body, mind, and spirit. Thankfully, there are things you can do to make your chemo experience more bearable. We’ve compiled a list of chemocare tips to help you out.