Chemo headwear made from 100% cotton fabric
Breathable, comfortable and fully lined - gentle on your skin
Easy to tie, pull on and be ready in seconds
Handmade in the UK - designed by Chemotherapy Headwear
Ideal gift for cancer patients who have lost their hair due to treatment
Our chemo head scarves have no labels which will irritate the skin
Our 100% cotton easy-tie head scarf takes the stress out of chemo headwear. Soft, comfortable and available in a range of beautiful patterned designer fabrics by Lady McElroy who are renowned for their distinctive, elegant prints, each item is fully lined on the inside so there are no seams and no labels or tags to irritate the skin.
To tie our chemo head scarf, simply pop the "hat" section on your head, crossing the two ties at the back of the head scarf, wrap them over the front and secure in a quick knot at the back. If you prefer not to have the loose ends at the back of your neck, tuck them into the sides to create a chemo turban. Each head scarf will cover your natural hairline.
We find the majority of our customers have a range of hairloss headwear including head scarves and sleep hats as well as wigs because skin can get sensitive when you are undergoing chemo treatment, so having a few items in soft fabrics can make all the difference to how comfortable you feel throughout the day.
Our online shop features a wide variety of sleep hats and a unique range of head scarves which are attached to a sleep hat as an alternative easy-tie option. To view all our products, please click here.
If you would like a Zoom call to learn more about our products and get some advice, please message me and I will arrange a time/date to suit you.
Sadie Chemo Turban/Easy Tie Head Scarf For Cancer Patients
Handwash only do not tumble dry
- Made from 100% cotton fabric
- Breathable, comfortable and fully lined - gentle on your skin
- Easy to tie, pull on and be ready in seconds
- Handmade in the UK - designed by Chemotherapy Headwear
- Ideal gift for cancer patients who have lost their hair due to treatment