Christmas Chemo Gift Set
Two gorgeously soft and simple Bold Beanies and Queasy Drops in a pretty Caroline Gardner Christmas gift bag.
- Two stylish plain Bold Beanie, made up as pretty roses. A great basic favourite.
- 100% breathable natural material.
- Naturally stretchy to fit comfortably and snugly on the head.
- 100% Made in the UK.
- Teal and raspberry.
- Perfect on their own or as a liner under scarves, woolly hats or helmets.
- A chemotherapy hat that will be appreciated all year round due to the lightweight, breathable nature of the material. Perfect in warmer weather and indoors or layered up outside in colder months. Much more comfortable than a wig and won’t slip around like a scarf.
- A great sleep cap to keep you at just the right temperature for a good nights sleep.
- Easy to put on (especially helpful for the elderly or following breast surgery for example – no lengthy lifting of arms and trying to tie scarves in place).
- A lovely gift for anyone going through cancer treatments or suffering from alopecia.
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- Sour Raspberry Queasy Drops 100g. A natural (and tasty) way to ease a queasy tummy. Useful during chemo to help ease the associated nausea and the yucky taste chemo can leave it your mouth.
- Packaged in a pretty Caroline Gardner Christmas print gift bag.
Suitable For... Everyone, but specifically picked for chemotherapy patients and alopecia sufferers.
Handpicked Because... These are the most luxuriously soft and most comfortable hair-loss beanies we have found. The addition of the Queasy Drops makes this a thoughtful chemo get well gift.
Gift Packaging... Beautifully presented in a Caroline Gardner Christmas gift bag. Gift tag included with a handwritten message of your choice.
Why Not Add... A Bracelet/Charm or A Christmas Card.
"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"