Chemo Headwear for Women Head Scarfs Turbans UK Cancer Scarves Bandanas Hair Loss Beanie Hat Cancer Headwear Headwrap Scarfs Cap


  • Bamboo Viscose Fabric--natural, lightweight, and stretchy, Soft like silk and smooth like milk, make sensitive scalp cool in summer and warm, NOT HOT in winter
  • chemo headwear for women: The turban provides total head coverage, perfect for women undergoing hair loss due to chemotherapy treatments, Alopecia, or other medically related hair loss. It is made specifically to be worn by women who have little to no hair.DIY many tie ways as you hope
  • Cotton
  • Hand Wash Only, Machine Wash
  • Fastening: Fitted
  • Turban
  • Fitted


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Product Description

headwear for women
Chemo Headwear
Head Scarfs
Satin Head Scarf
Head wraps
Chemo Headwear for Women

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Date First Available

5 Oct. 2021








  1. Emi­ly B

    Real­ly com­fort­able and ele­gantI have lost my hair hav­ing had chemo for a sec­ond time. Wigs uncom­fort­able to wear all day so this time am just using scarves. I ordered one and hav­ing been very hap­py with it have ordered some more in var­i­ous colours. Always get com­pli­ments and able to co ordi­nate with what I am wear­ing. Deliv­ery as promised with prime. Easy to wear as just the ends to tie how you want or can just wear as it comes.

  2. juanel­la

    Def­i­nite­ly a must haveLov­ing it will def­i­nite­ly be buy­ing more

  3. Wendy

    Light­weight and trendy head­wearThe head­wear is nice to wear and it’s light on your head, you also have the choice to tie it around the back or bring it to the side as shown in picture

  4. Karen Bate­son

    Style and com­fortI real­ly like this head­wear, very styl­ish, yet very com­fort­able to wear after chemo. High­ly recommended.

  5. Geri Ann Clarke

    You need a high Crown to look good in this.I bought it for bad hair days to wear if l had to answer the door before l had a show­er, I’ve very fine hair, which only looks well the day it’s washed, l did­n’t even wear it for five min­utes ~ as it did­n’t feel com­fort­able, but I’m super Crit­i­cal of myself, oth­ers may find it OK,


    Very thin cot­ton and not a good shapeI have pur­chased sev­er­al types of hard­ware over the last few months and this was the worst. The cot­ton is extreme­ly thin, the shape is all wrong, I very won’t be wear­ing this.

  7. Car­la Moura

    GreatGreat qual­i­ty. Fit­ted as aspected

  8. MRS W

    Chemo head­wearI pur­chased this to go over a hel­met I have to wear due to a brain oper­a­tion. Not quite big enough to do this so it doesn’t look as good as it would if I did not need it to cov­er the helmet.


    Com­fort­able cot­ton feelLike the feel of it & the colour. Bit fid­dly to put it on at first, but got my grand­daugh­ter to help & then it looks great! 😁

  10. Mrs. M. Arundale

    Not as nice as the pho­to shows.Very thin mate­r­i­al. Looks cheap, although it was­n’t! Too much excess mate­r­i­al at the back.

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