Celebrity support is a vital element in helping us raise awareness of scalp cooling to ensure that all chemotherapy patients and medical professionals have sufficient information on the options regarding hair retention.
Each of our celebrities have either been touched by the effects of cancer and hair loss or are simply committed to raising the awareness scalp cooling.
“Dealing with cancer is distressing enough, and for many, the thought of losing their hair as a side effect of chemotherapy can be very difficult indeed. This campaign to raise awareness of cold caps is so important as all cancer patients should have access to information about this treatment and the knowledge that it can reduce or prevent hair loss.”
“Cancer is a truly awful disease with many side effects; however the loss of hair can often be the most traumatic, affecting both the patient and their families. Cool head warm heart is a fantastic campaign that raises awareness of cold caps, which can reduce or hopefully prevent hair loss. Every cancer patient deserves the chance to be given access to this revolutionary treatment.”
“I believe that the way a women’s hair looks has the ability to transform the way she feels about herself deep inside. Loosing hair for whatever reason can be devastating. Any treatment which allows a woman to keep their hair as they go through chemotherapy will help boost confidence and ultimately give them the strength and courage to deal with their illness. Therefore, I am delighted to offer my support to the Cool Head Warm Heart campaign.”
''Having had family members and close friends affected by cancer, I know how distressing hair loss through chemotherapy can be. I think the 'cool cap' is a wonderful idea which, although not a cure, can aid the journey which cancer sufferers go through. All the people I know who suffered with cancer are courageous and resilient people and deal with the effects of treatment in their own personal way. Losing their hair becomes an outward sign that they were ill and was an added pressure when out in public. I think anything that can help lessen the loss of hair is positive and can help boost confidence and be one less thing to be concerned with during recovery."