Cancer Headwear

Hats, beanies, turbans, buffs, bandanas, scarves…there are lots of ways for your loved one to cover their head if their hair is falling out or thinning due to cancer treatment.

Of course you don’t have to choose a ‘cancer hat’, but in our experience traditional hats don’t always provide full coverage of the nape of the neck and around the entire hair line and some non-cancer hats can also be itchy on bald and tender skin.

Guide to Sizing Headwear
Guide to Tying Headscarves
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