They call it our “crowning glory.” Our hair is the crowning element of our identity - from our femininity, to age, confidence, and style, we communicate a great deal about ourselves by how we wear and style our hair. Without hair, we feel stripped of our identity, and in the context of cancer, it often feels like we are systematically being stripped o...more
ABonitaScarf Bonita Sands designer/owner of ABonita Scarf www.abonitascarf.com is donating 5% of all interent sales to the American Cancer Society from 9-1-10 through 10-31-10. Bonita recommends to all of those when first diagnosed with cancer to register with the American Cancer Society. The ACS helped me by paying for travel to my chemo and radiation treatments, they also paid 100% of all my pain medications. By finding an American Cancer Society Boutique near you, you may shop for goodies like:head scarves, hats, wig...more
ABonitaScarf: When I went through hair loss due to chemo treatments for my lobular breast cancer I found wigs unbearable in Florida's heat and humiditity. I wondered how one was supposed to continue swimming in the cool ocean with a wig on! I felt a need for something cool and comfortable and fashionable to get me through my ordeal....more
When I lost all my hair during my chemotherapy I found hats and wigs uncomfortable and worried they would fall off while doing the things I love to do like boating, biking, swiimming, going to the beach, riding on the back of a Harley or in my convertible. I knew there had to be a fashionable yet functional and at the same time comfortable head covering. I designed and patented a unique 4 in 1 head scarf that has a built in adjustable headband that snaps and stays on! What a relief knowing that I would not be embarrassed with my bald head showing to everyone!
Finaly a cool, comfortable, fashionable head scarf for cancer patients or those with other health issues such as Lupus, Alopecia, Hepatitis C and other hair loss issues. Bonita Sands a breast cancer survivor saw a need for a more fashionable solution to hair loss so she designed the ABonita Scarf. This unique fashion headscarf has a built in adjustable headband that snaps. The best thing is you can snap it on snug and it stays on while doing activities such as swimming, boating, biking, riding in convertibles or going to the beach on a windy day. The ABonita Scarf is a big hit with bikers.
While holidays are a time for family
gatherings, they are also a time of need for many. The elderly, the
sick, the poor, the disabled and many more will find little joy in this
holiday as they deal with circumstances beyond their control. The
difficult and uncertain economic times we are all experiencing make
this holiday season an important opportunity to find the true meaning
of giving - to give and expect nothing in return.
Wouldn't it be nice if the world automatically empathized with, understood, and supported women experiencing medical hair loss? If you've ever contemplated such a wish, did you stop to recall your own awareness of medical hair loss prior to losing your hair?
that summer is finally behind us, it is time to fall forward into the
autumn trends. For those of us without hair keeping our bald heads warm
is first and foremost! Here are some scientific facts about how our body loses heat on a cold day:
MorningStar Farms makes it easy to eat smart. We asked our bloggers to create and share their veggie burger recipes and tips for a healthy eating routine. Read more and enter for a chance to win $100. Read more