Monofilament Wigs Vs Lightweight Caps For Cancer Patients

There are quite a few different types of wigs available for cancer patients. Anyone suffering from cancer and undergoing chemotherapy might experience hair loss. Hair loss is one of the most common and disturbing effects people experience when undergoing cancer treatments.

Some people will be comfortable without a wig. But many others will want to wear wigs so that they can make themselves feel more normal. Choosing the right type of wig will make sure that you are comfortable and able to feel much better about yourself.

Monofilament Wigs

Monofilament wigs are ideal for cancer sufferers because they are light weight and have a soft cap. This means that they don’t cause any discomfort to cancer sufferers. Monofilament wigs are more expensive than other types because they are much more difficult to make. These are made by tying each individual strand of hair to the cap. This means that it’s much more realistic and easier to style.

Styling monofilament wigs is fairly easy. It’s possible to style these wigs exactly like your normal hair.

Lightweight Caps

Choosing wigs which have lightweight caps are also useful for cancer patients. These are perfect for during the summer months as they allow more heat to escape. The caps are lightweight and soft which avoids any irritation. The wigs are also secured firmly onto your head which makes them look perfectly natural.

There are also other cancer caps which can be worn underneath any wig. These are made from very soft and comfortable material.
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