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We know that this is a time when you want to do the best thing for your health and that you do not want to interfere with your treatment.

If you have any concerns you should discuss them with your health care team. The following is not medical advice. 

Wig Fitting

We have many years experience fitting wigs at our positive appearance centres in Dublin; Here are my top tips! People often just plonk their wig on their head like a hat. I encourage you to play with it to make it your own just like you would with your own hair. Here are a few […]

Eyelashes

If you have lost your eyelashes as a side-effect of chemotherapy, try using some of our wonderful mineral eyeliners to re-create a hint of eyelash on your top lid. Our product information shows you how. If you want 3D – read on…. Eyes It’s all about the eyes! Learn how to replace eyebrows, create eyelashes, get fabulous make-up tips for a […]

All about Brows

All about Brows By Fiona Brunt   I have found that a common concern expressed by patients when they come and visit us in the Fresh Hair Wig & Beauty Salon is that they will lose their eyebrows during treatment. This doesn’t happen to everyone, some don’t lose any hair from their eyebrows, some may […]

8 Good Skincare Practices For Cancer Patients

8 Good Skincare Practices For Cancer Patients If you’ve discovered you have cancer, we know that now is the time you’ll want to be doing everything you can for your health, without interfering with any treatment. We have carefully reviewed advice given to cancer patients by advisory bodies and doctors to provide 8 good skincare […]

Your Skincare Routine

How to help your skin as you go through treatment for cancer. Skincare for Cancer Patients   There is a lot of talk about skincare routines, and we read endless beauty advice in glossy magazines ands women’s magazines. Your skin has changed as a result of your treatment for cancer.  It can be difficult to […]

Why does cancer treatment affect appearance and skin?

When asked ‘why does cancer treatment affect appearance and skin?’ I was surprised to discover that my answer was so much more than ‘chemotherapy drugs target fast replicating cells’  Of course, chemo drugs do target fast replicating cells and because skin, hair, nails, lips and the digestive tract are fast replicating, the drugs attack them too. Please read more about […]

Skin care advice

We know that this a time when you want to do the best thing for your health and that you do not want to interfere with your treatment. If you have any concerns you should discuss them with your health care team. The following is not medical advice. We know that this a time when […]

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