Archive for July, 2016

Win The Fight Against Cancer And Build That Self Esteem

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

Don’t let chemotherapy induced hair loss defeat you!

With such a grievous diagnosis it’s easy to get tangled up in negative self-dialogue, especially once chemotherapy treatment begins. Your cancer diagnosis is much more evident with unfortunate chemo and hair loss. Don’t give in to that nagging internal voice which tells you you’re unworthy! It’s extremely important to stay positive and build your esteem when faced with adversity. Treat this like all the other difficult challenges you’ve faced and overcome. Remind yourself that you, alone, are responsible for your happiness. Don’t give in. Here at Wigs And Hair Solutions we’ll help you stand up taller, raise that chin higher, and professionally customize a new hairstyle that will make you smirk confidently at yourself every time you walk past a mirror. In this week’s blog, we’ll discuss self-care methods that will have you believing you’re the most beautiful, successful, and worthy woman on the planet! Let your internal light shine through when the ones that were once present go out.


Check Out These Necessary Custom Wig Beauty Tips Before Your Consultation

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Before choosing your custom wig, it’s important to understand how to take care of it.

Don’t let chemotherapy hold you back! During these trying times, hair loss from undergoing cancer treatment can rid you of your privacy and self-esteem. Don’t let it! There are always solutions and methods of coping that will leave you feeling positive and resilient. Wearing wigs is one of them! Practicing and understanding wig care, before you buy, is very important. Neglecting your new head of hair deems it utterly useless. You don’t want a tangled mess sitting atop your head every day, especially when you’re trying to rebuild that strong heart you’ve got beating in your chest! Before you invest in your shiny, new custom wig there are a couple of things you’ll need to know about general wig maintenance before diving into your investment. Let’s take the time to go over them.


Dermatology and Hair Loss: Does Hair Grow Back After Serious Burns?

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Learn more about why hair doesn’t grow on scar tissue.

If you’ve recently suffered from serious burns caused by a house fire, car accident etc. that caused damage to the scalp, hair loss is inevitable. About 450,000 Americans are treated for burn injuries each year. Not only are they excruciating, they can also disfigure the affected area, and render hair growth virtually impossible. Women suffering from hair loss require a different approach for treatment than men, especially when patches of hair are missing from the scalp. Dermatology and hair loss are currently being studied closely, and many wonder if regrowth is possible after follicular trauma. Often times, scarring alopecia refers to a collection of hair loss symptoms that cause the permanent and irreversible destruction of hair follicles. Hair regrowth does not occur on thick scar tissue.


Don’t Let Chemotherapy and Hair Loss Shake Your Confidence!

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

Keep your self-esteem up with a wig consultation before treatment!

You are not alone in your struggle. A cancer diagnosis is devastating. Many men and women dread chemotherapy-induced hair loss more than the painful treatment itself. According to Medscape, 47% of female patients consider hair loss to be the most traumatic aspect of chemotherapy. 8% have stated they would decline treatment because of extreme apprehension associated with hair loss. Many others battle with you in such a trying time in your life. There are ways to combat feelings of sadness associated with medically induced hair loss. You’re already fighting so much, why not fight for you happiness, confidence, and esteem as well. You are still a beautiful ball of living, breathing energy! Taking the time to understand chemotherapy and hair loss makes it less foreign and terrifying. There are wonderful, stylish, custom wig solutions for you. We’re here for you during this difficult period. This too shall pass.