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X AMELIA MOCHA CHEETAH JERSEY TIE SCARF

£12.60 Inc VAT

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  • Model: AMELIA MOCHA CHEETAH
  • 2 Units in Stock

Description

THIS  CHEMO SCARF FEATURES AN ELASTICATED FULL CAP WITH FRONT PLEATS AND LONG TIES THAT CAN BE WRAPPED AROUND THE HEAD IN SEVERAL DIFFERENT WAYS TO CREATE HEIGHT.

AS WITH THE OTHER HEADWEAR STYLES IN THIS COLLECTION THIS SCARF IS  LOVINGLY CRAFTED FROM 95% COTTON AND 5% LYCRA AND IS PERFECT FOR COVERING HAIRLOSS DUE TO CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY OR ALOPECIA

 




This product was added to our catalog on Monday 22 June, 2015.



Testimonials

Love my bandannas

Thank you for a quick and speedy delivery. As many people who use this site i have lost my hair through chemo. I was seriously considering buying a...
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Delighted

I have just placed my second order. Although I am dreading wearing a wig I am quite happy to wear this headgear, especially the chiffon scarves which...
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I am SO impressed!!

Feeling a bit nervous and nonplussed about what's happened to me, I placed my order on Sunday June 4th, mid-afternoon. Imagine how amazed I was when...
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Excellent quality and service

This is my 2nd order for hats, scarfs and chemo sleep caps. The first order was done on Friday evening 9.30pm and I received the order on the Monday...
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Thank you

Just want to say thank you for the prompt delivery of your order. I just love the fitted headscarf that I ordered and it is so comfortable. I have...
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linda r new milton

having just had my first chemo session for brest cancer i was devestated to learn that i would loose my hair. I found out about your website through...
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many thanks

Purchased from this site due to many different styles, colours and cost. Ordered several scarves and liners, recieved very quickly and all are...
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Thankyou

I am 35 and was diagnosed with Breast Cancer for the second time in May 2011.Losing my hair was one of the most upsetting things when diagnosed and I...
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