We know how much difference good quality cancer hats and headscarves can make during treatment. Soft materials, flattering designs, and breathable fabrics that won’t make your head too hot – our community told us exactly what they wanted from their cancer headwear, so we created a range of hats and headscarves that combine all those elements into a set of reliable, go-to gorgeous designs.
When we designed our new range of bamboo chemo hats and headscarves, we knew from the start that we wanted to make it all about you, the real cancer experts. So when the time came to shoot the pics of our gorgeous new products, we turned to our online community to find our models – and you really wowed us!
Here at Live Better With we’ve been working on a big project.
When you’re living with cancer or caring for a loved one who is, it can be hard to find someone who truly understands. While friends and family may sympathise and offer words of advice and support, the only people who really ‘get it’ are those who, like you, are on this journey. That’s why we’ve created the brand new Live Better With Community.
We’re thrilled to be partnering with leading charity, Tenovus Cancer Care!
If you have cancer or you’re close to someone who has, it can be frightening and stressful. Tenovus Cancer Care can help. They bring practical advice, emotional support and treatment to where it matters most; the heart of the community. The leading cancer charity in Wales, Tenovus can help you cope and through their vital research, they also offer hope.
We’re always on the lookout for new, innovative, and most importantly helpful products to add to our growing catalogue. The newest addition to our site is the Evaux skincare range – developed especially for cancer patients.
Meet Amanda Luke, our fabulous headwear model from Staffordshire
Earlier this year, we made the exciting decision to design and create our very own bamboo headwear range made especially for women who have lost their hair from cancer treatment.
From the design to the price, our bamboo hats were entirely inspired by our cancer community, so when it came to finding a model, we knew that we wanted to work with someone who had actually experienced hair loss themselves: Enter breast cancer patient Amanda Luke from Staffordshire, England.
How a breast cancer scare inspired the making of the award-winning mastectomy pillow, the Billow (breast + pillow)
After a 15-year career as a Wall Street professional, Marnie Rustemeyer decided to say goodbye to the financial district to start her own healthcare business focusing on women’s wellness. It may have seemed like a drastic switch for some, but for Marnie, it was a natural transition.