There are many things that come with cancer treatment, but one of the most difficult parts is the hair loss. It can be devastating to lose your locks and often chemotherapy patience experience extreme scalp sensitivity. This blog post will guide you on what to look for in a wig that is chemotherapy-friendly and ensures maximum comfort so you feel confident in your choice.
Cap Features for Sensitive Scalps
100% Hand Tied Cap
Double Monofilament Top
Now every wig style may not have all these features, but if your going through chemotherapy take a look at these next two cap constructions to see what to look for when selecting a wig for yourself.
Selecting the right style is more of a personal choice and quality cap constructions can be found in all lengths and in human hair as well as synthetic.
Take a look at this following style that has a luxury cap construction.
UPTAGE by Raquel Welch : 100% hand-tied synthetic style
Talent Mono by Ellen Wille - Monofilament Top with a temple-to-temple lace front
Each of the cap features you select will only add to the level of comfort while wearing your wig. So whether you like a short, curly or long human hair style, If you focus on the cap construction 1st and then find the style that includes those features you will have a better chance of selecting the best wig that you will enjoy wearing until you hair begins to grow back.
If possible I recommend trying on a few styles before you purchase to fully appreciate and understand the difference. If you reside in Dallas, Texas or surrounding cities I provide In-Home Consultations where you can try on product before you purchase. I hope these tips helped you to know what to look for so that you have success on your very first purchase. Even if you do not live in Texas I am more than willing to still help and provide a free consultation by phone or video. See more styles at www.wigsbydana.com