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C3 is a a product we talked about in Season 1 with co-founder Melissa. I love how they have a head wash and head hydrate product just for people who are living with hair loss.
Both products are absolutely fantastic!! The head hydrate in particular has been a lifesaver after getting sunburned. – Wendy S.
If you are looking for a way to secure your wig without glue or tape, WiGrip is the way to go. After sharing about it on the podcast, this message came in from listener, Jenine.
“I heard about wig grips on one of the last podcasts and finally, after 52 years of wearing wigs, tried one of the Milano grips, velvet lace. Where have these things been all my life? I recently got a new wig, synthetic, and it seems to slip a bit even when properly adjusted so these grips are amazing for giving me some security with it.”
These are just great products and companies who have been peer reviewed by the alopecia community. I do not have any affiliation with them, just a great appreciation!
The beaubeau is perfectly designed & is made to fit. They are great for casual or dressy events, and come in a variety of colors and patterns.
The founder of 4women.com is Susan Beausang who has had alopecia since 2001. She has since sold the company, but her motto still remains, “Just because you have lost your hair, does not mean you have lost your sense of style.”
These boxes were created to help encourage confidence in women and children going through hair loss. Each box is custom to the recipient and is filled with inspirational books, headbands, hats, makeup, confidence-building messages, and items to remind them that they are beautiful with or without hair.