Chemotherapy is a cancer treatment given to the patient and treatment that uses drugs to kill cancer cells. It helps to kill the cells that are splitting into 2 new cells. Chemotherapy might cause balding all around your body — not simply on your scalp. In some cases, your eyelash, eyebrow, armpit, pubic and other body hair drop out. This medical process can cause anything from mere thinning to complete baldness.
To give you confidence at any stage of life, the Total Image Hair team and Charlene are always here to help and support you. They want to guide you on the best way to handle the situation by giving yourself a better appearance in public.
You might be thinking of what you should go for at this time, and the Answer is a Wig. A good-looking wig that will help you to get the confidence you need.
There might be a lot of questions on your mind related to wigs too, so lets discuss it one by one.
Which wig should I go for, should I take the Real Human Hair or Synthetic?
Synthetic hair is easy to handle and manage and also they are very low maintenance and easier to handle then natural human hair wig. Human hair wigs require more care than regular hair, so manufacturing is normally a superior alternative option. In any case, in the event that you feel like human hair hairpieces are ideal for you, then give it a shot. They could cost more; however, they are more regular-looking.
People normally ask are there any precautions that you need to take of while using wigs, the answer is “No”. Wearers just need to feel comfortable with the wig. There are many types of wigs for cancer patients. There are even designs that fit comfortably on sensitive scalps.
The wig cap that you choose is an important choice; therefore, it needs to be taken care of. Here are the different types of caps that you can choose. The one which is right for you:
- Double monofilament
- Basic caps
There are many other wigs for cancer patients which you can ask Charlene, the owner of the Total Image Wigs & Hair Restoration Center. Feel free to ask for their guidance and information on the wigs.