Babushkas: The Latest Trend in Cancer Headwear - ChemoSavvy - Headwear, Wigs, Hair Pieces and Accessories For Women
 
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Don't let the name "babushka" scare you.  It may be the name for a Russian doll, and an endearing term for a baby, but in the case of  cancer headwear, it is a headscarf that is tied under the chin.  However, women are starting to wear babushkas in many other ways.  Similar to a turban, these versatile headscarves are a great alternative to chemotherapy wigs and scarves.  They can be worn several different ways; younger women tend to wear them more bandana-style, while older women prefer the turban, but it is all a personal preference.  To find out more about where to get a babushka and what they look like, read “Babushkas: The Latest Trend in Cancer Headwear.”

jeanshirleyt
10/9/2013 23:09:41

Actually, the need of head scarves for cancer patients is really essential as during this chemo session, they have to lose their beautiful hair. So, at that time, these scarves help them in moving freely outside without any shyness.

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