Bold Beanies Posy
Gorgeously soft Bold Beanies and a packet of Queasy Drops.
A much more practical and long-lived gift for those having chemotherapy than a bunch of real flowers. These lovely hats are the best hair-loss beanies we have found, They are incredibly soft, comfy and breathable.
- Sour Raspberry Queasy Drops 100g - the natural way to ease a queasy tummy.
- 2 x Bold Beanies in rose pink and aubergine - made from 100% breathable cotton.
- 1 x Liberty Print Bold Beanies in Liberty Hettie - made from a natural yarn viscose which has all the benefits of cotton.
- One size.
- Perfect on their own or as a liner under woolly hats or helmets.
- Brilliant all year round. Perfect in warmer weather due to its lightweight, breathable material - much more comfortable than a wig. Perfect in colder weather to wear indoors or under woolly hats.
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Suitable For... Specifically picked for chemotherapy patients.
Handpicked Because... .These are the most luxuriously soft and most comfortable hair-loss beanies we have found. We love that they can be packaged as a bouquet which makes them more interesting as a gift - but much more practical and long-lived than a bunch of real flowers. The Queasy Drops really helped me during my own treatment and alleviated the nausea and cut through the disgusting taste chemo left in my mouth. A wonderful chemo get well gift for someone diagnosed with cancer.
Gift Packaging... Lovingly wrapped in brown paper and tied with a ribbon. Gift tag included with a handwritten message of your choice.
Why Not Add... Some Pretty Nightwear, A Card or Some Natural Skincare Products.
"Just after I was diagnosed with breast cancer, a friend sent me a bold beanie packaged as a beautiful rose. It stood out from all the flowers and chocolates as a very thoughtful present that would also be useful for when I lost my hair. What I didn’t realise until my hair fell out was just how useful these bold beanies would be – my wigs were so uncomfy and my head was constantly cold, so I spent all autumn and winter wearing the hats around the house. My Mum and I ordered several more beanies, so that I had them in a variety of colours, and they also came in handy underneath woolly hats, to stop my head from itching. Brilliant invention!" Laura Price, author of "The Big Scary 'C' Word"