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Chemo Hats & Headwraps

Chemo Hats & Headwraps

Our range of chemo hats and headwraps are designed to be comfortable to wear both day and night.  Shop our range of gorgeous super-slouch chemo beanies or ruched chemo headwraps, all made from 100% cotton jersey and are free from any itchy or irritating tags and labels.

We design and make all our chemo headwraps, hats and scarves in the UK to make sure the fit, comfort and quality levels meet our standards.  Our team of specialists have over 13 years of experience and are happy to help you find the right solution to meet your needs during periods of hair loss.

If you would like to see how our range of chemo hats and headwraps fit in person please contact us to arrange an appointment to view the collection.  Alternatively, we can arrange for an online video call where we can give advice on how to tie our chemo head scarves and show you the full range of options available to you. We also run free workshops every month for anyone who wants to learn how to tie a head scarf, if you would like to join, please click on "scarf tying events" at the top of the page or click here for more detail

Our chemo hats and headwraps are made in the UK from 100% cotton jersey fabric, they are soft and very comfortable to wear.  We offer a number of styles on our website including the Lucy Sleep Hat which is made from 3 pieces of fabric and designed to add padding to the hairline so they look more natural than something that is skin tight, the Masie Super Slouch Beanie, made from 100% cotton jersey fabric and have a "slouch" back for those who want more volume at the back of their head to mimic the shape and fall of hair, and our Ruched Chemo Headwrap which features a generous ruched band around the head, adding volume and extra fabric for warmth.

None of our chemo hats are designed to be so tight they are uncomfortable, every effort is made to ensure the fit is snug so you can be confident they will not come off.  They are also designed to sit below the natural hairline which is really important because chemo headwear that doesnt achieve this can look very unnatural and make the wearer feel self concious.