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Many people believe that turbans and scarves are a great way to cover their heads and manage hair loss after undergoing chemotherapy. It is easy to find, comfortable to wear, and goes with everything. Turbans and scarves help hide hair loss, keep you warm and protected from harmful UV rays. Interestingly, Health Products For You offers various turbans and head wraps in different styles and colors. You can pick ones that fit your taste and make you feel stylish while keeping your head protected.


Experts recommend buying a few basic head coverings before you start to lose your hair that you’re not caught off guard with anything to wear.

Where to get Turbans for Cancer Patient?

The turbans and scarves that work best for people with hair loss are made with soft material, stay in place securely, and provide fine coverage over the ears and around the neckline. At HPFY, you can find these soft turbans and scarves from top brands like Chemo Beanies, Amoena, and BWell.


How to choose a scarf or turban?

Here’s what to consider while choosing a turban or scarf:

Comfort

The scalp after a chemo may feel sensitive and irritated which means when looking for a scarf you must go for a headwear that is made with soft and breathable material. Pick a turban that stays in place and absorbs sweat.

Secure Fit

The headwear you have chosen must stay in place on the head. Most scarves slip or fall off very easily and the person wearing it has to worry about it constantly. Well, not when you buy from HPFY's collection of turbans and scarves for cancer patients. Choose a scarf made from a fabric that has some strong grip to it. These fabrics include cotton, rayon, or bamboo. Silk and polyester are rather slippery materials therefore, you should avoid them. Look for close-fitting and stretchy fabrics, those that come with features like an adjustable drawstring on the inside or a stretchy band at the backside that facilitates a custom fit.

Full Coverage

Most people with hair loss opt for head coverings that cover the whole hairline, neck, and ears. Such headwear hides hair loss and provides better protection from pollution, sun, and cold breeze.

Easy to Wear and Care

Always go for scarves and beanies that are easy to clean. Also, do not hesitate to invest in some really good headwear pieces that are pull-ons and foldable. You can keep these in your coat pocket and easily wear them anywhere and anytime you wish.

Suits your Personal Taste

Headwear like turbans and beanies are not just protective coverings, they also make you feel confident about your looks. Choose the one that fits well your personal taste and wardrobe style. An attractive scarf or turban that makes you look good is more likely to make you feel comfortable. After all, comfort comes first.


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