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Beautiful scarf, it fills me with so much confidence since losing my hair.
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About Mantra Scarf
The Mantra Scarf is a gorgeous, elegant way to cover your head when you're going through cancer-related hair loss. Each Mantra scarf is super soft and reversible, with a pre-textured hat section and 2 long, elegant ribbons of fabric that make it easy to tie into a range of styles.
- Made from super soft, breathable bamboo fabric - perfect for keeping your head cool and dry
- With two long fabric ribbons - leave them loose for a ponytail effect, or tie them up for more texture and shape around the head
- No irritating seams - especially designed to protect sensitive scalps from irritation
This Mantra Scarf is a gorgeous way to cover the head, especially during the summer months when hats or wigs can be hot, itchy or uncomfortable.
Made from super soft bamboo fabric, the Mantra is three times more absorbent than cotton and helps to wick moisture away from your head, keeping your scalp fresh and dry even in warm weather.
Bamboo is also known for its naturally antibacterial fibres, which can help to keep your sensitive scalp clean and less prone to irritation or infection - making it the perfect material for anyone going through hair loss related to cancer treatment.
This scarf has a main hat section and two long fabric ribbons for a laid-back, relaxed look. The Mantra scarf is available in a huge range of colours to suit your complexion, outfit or mood - just scroll through our pictures to see the full range and find your perfect shade.
Who makes the Mantra Scarf?
Christine Headwear is a Danish company specialising in designer headwear for women going through hair loss. Named after the founder's great-grandmother who went through hair loss during her breast cancer treatment, Christine Headwear has been helping women across the world for over 15 years, providing elegant, high-quality headwear that adds shape and volume to a head without hair.
Mantra Scarf FAQs
Will the mantra scarf irritate my skin?
No. The Mantra Scarf is made out of Bamboo fabric. Bamboo fabric is chosen for its softness and antibacterial properties. Both of these help to reduce irritation and itchiness on the scalp.
How do I know if I should wear a scarf, hat or wig?
At the end of the day, it ultimately comes down to personal choice. Scarves are a great and stylish way keep your head covered and warm, but some people prefer wearing a wig. Wigs are ideal if you're wanting to feel confident when heading out to an event, for example. However, they are known to get itchy, and can be uncomfortable for some people. Hats are perfect for nighttime, so your hair doesn’t get caught on your pillow. Some people find a choice of all three allows them to be much more flexible, enabling them to pick and choose what they wear depending on their mood.
Customers often buy together
I got the long version, in two colors. Very soft and comfortable. Adjustable with the way it wraps. I have a larger head size and even with no hair I find it difficult to locate items that are big enough. Excellent item!
The scarf is nice but I was really looking forward to the color I ordered and they sent the wrong color. I bought it for my 18 year old cousin who is going through chemo and I don't have time to send it back to get the correct color so that is kind of disappointing. But other than that the scarf is nice.
Bought this for my friend who is going through chemotherapy and lost her hair and she was very pleased with it said it was very soft and is going to wear it when she returns to work as she has to use headphones.
Comfortable to wear and not too difficult to tie for a different look.
Was wondering if I could buy one of these hats I don't have cancer but don't want to offend these brave people x
The Mantra Scarf has a good quality/luxury feel to it and is very comfortable to wear. I ordered two, light blue and grey melange and the colours are true to how they look on the website. It took me a while to work out how to put them on and managed to find a youtube video which showed the correct way. The scarves are on the big side as my head is quite small: there is an excess of fabric at the back where I have tied it which looks a little bulky but I can live with that. Overall I am pleased with them.