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Boost Hair Growth with the Theradome Helmet

The helmet is designed to be easy to wear at home or in the office.

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HairtoStay Helps Cancer Patients Keep their Hair During Chemotherapy

Automatic cooling caps can help patients preserve their hair during chemotherapy treatments, but insurance rarely covers the cost. HairtoStay helps salon professionals help their clients afford the treatment.

Hold a HairToStay Salon-a-Thon to Help Cancer Patients Keep Their Hair

Your salon can help raise funds for cancer patients to keep their hair during treatment.

Susan Manolakis: A New “Balance”

Under its caring owner, an established salon adds a boutique to launch a specialty in beauty services for chemotherapy patients.

Game Changer: Cold Caps for Chemotherapy Patients

Whether you’re the patient or the hairdresser, hair loss during chemotherapy has always been a big concern. As the hairdresser, you may have fitted wigs, shaved a client’s head to minimize the emotional trauma of watching the hair ...

First Post-Chemo Color, Cut and Style

We found this beautiful photo and a moving description from Theresa Zamora (T_ZAMORA) on Instagram:"My heart is so full! This beauty came to me after finishing chemo. After losing all her hair, it was finally long enough to do something ...

Wella Honors Stylist for Helping Cancer Patients

For her work with Chemo Buddies, Indiana stylist Kelly Henning was named the 2014 Wella Charity Challenge grand prize winner of $10,000.

Kelly Henning Captures Wella's Charity Challenge Grand Prize

After one of Kelly Henning's long-time clients passes away, she launches Chemo Buddies which reaches 17,000 patients undergoing chemotherapy. Today her work earns her the $10,000 grand prize in Wella's Charity Challenge.

Cancer Support at the Salon

Hairdressers share their personal stories of their salon teams' support as they battled cancer.

Hairdressers with Heart: Style Heroes

Hairdressers with Heart enlists stylists all over the U.S. to help fit wigs and maintain styles for cancer patients. The program was created by Nina Husen and Nicole Hitchcock in memory of their sister, Brandy Hitchcock.