Turbans and scarves for the hairless time. Headgear such as scarves and turbans are suitable for the whole day. To a certain extent, they replace the comfort that the hair otherwise provides. During temporary hair loss due to chemotherapy, turbans are worn as an alternative to wigs and hats. Especially in the home environment, a hat sometimes seems over the top.
Then turbans are the solution. This means that they should sit particularly comfortably and be breathable. We rely on fabrics that are light and comfortable and on a perfect cut for a comfortable fit. The brave and the less brave will find color combinations and tying techniques that make it easier to get started with wearing turbans.
How are the chemoturbans bound?
Many people associate a turban with elaborate and complicated wrapping or tying techniques. With our chemoturbans this is completely eliminated. We have placed the focus on turbans that are already tied. This eliminates preparation time and the turban slips less. Turbans made of cotton are more slip-resistant than those made of viscose, polyester or silk. Cotton also keeps your head nice and warm, especially at night. Cotton and silk are way ahead in terms of breathability. Thin fabrics let sound through better than thick ones. So there is a lot to discover and try out!
Nevertheless, we suggest the turban as an option for both the brave and the not-so-brave. We have colorful (Turban Flora and Turban Gloria) or elegant and less dazzling ones (Turban Hannah) in our range. The model can be found for everyone among the multitude of colors, patterns and fabrics. Completely or just a little pre-tied as a cloth for everyone.
Universal and combinable:
If you want to slowly get to grips with the subject of turbans, put a sleeping cap or a beanie (chemo cap Bella) under your turban. We can also recommend real hair bands from Julia Sieckmann from Hamburg as a variation option. As a result, the chemoturban does not look so tight-fitting and the color can be adapted to different clothes.
The turban looks like a decorative cloth that is draped over it. Even later, when your own hair grows again, turbans can be used as a decorative head flatterer to cover up the hairline, which may still be hesitantly growing, as they can hold on to delicate hair.
Turbans and scarves for the hairless time
These beautiful and colorful chemoturbans are functional and are very suitable for chemo patients. They are multifunctional and can be used as a hat, headband, headscarf or scarf to protect the head from cold, wind, snow and sun.
They are elastic, breathable, quick-drying and dimensionally stable, suitable for a head circumference of 52 cm – 63 cm. Put it on, straighten it, done: In just a few seconds the Chemoturban sits perfectly and comfortably on your head!
Playful joy of color:
Each turban is individually wrapped. Chemo towels to tie, chemo hats, chemo hats or sleepyheads, browse through our online shop! Thanks to standard sizes, our chemo headgear can be put on quickly and fits on almost every head. A trendy, colorful headgear ensures a healthy complexion and is very comfortable to wear. Whether made of cotton or bamboo, all materials are carefully selected and ensure a comfortable fit!
Let your creativity take over your mind and body! Modify techniques when you are a little more practiced. Match the color of the headscarf to your clothes or other accessories such as handbag, shoes, lipstick. We can only recommend experimenting with different accessories such as ribbons, hair accessories, flowers, brooches, ear clips.
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