Chemotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that uses drugs to destroy cancer cells.

Chemotherapy targets rapidly dividing cells. Both cancer and hair cells are this type, and chemotherapy is unable to detect the difference. 
Hence, hair loss is very common.

As one of the most well-known side effects of chemotherapy being hair loss, it can be horribly distressing for many patients.

Some patients also fear that hair loss from chemotherapy may be permanent, and that their hair will not grow back after treatment.

Additionally, some patients may be concerned about the social and emotional impact of hair loss, such as feeling self-conscious or less attractive.

Chemotherapy-induced hair loss can have a significant impact on a woman’s self-esteem and body image.

Many women feel that their hair is an important part of their identity and losing it can be emotionally difficult.

They may feel self-conscious about their appearance and avoid social situations.

They also may experience anxiety or depression as a result.

Some women may feel that their hair loss makes them less attractive and less feminine.

This can be especially difficult for younger women, who may feel that hair loss makes them stand out in a negative way.

Additionally, some women may feel that hair loss is a visible sign of their illness, which can lead to unwanted
attention or questions from others.

However, it is important to remember that hair loss is a temporary side effect of chemotherapy and that hair will usually grow back once treatment is completed.

Many women also find ways to cope with hair loss, such as wearing wigs, scarves, or hats, or shaving their head.

Support from family, friends, and healthcare professionals can also be helpful in dealing with the emotional impact of hair loss.

In dealing with hair loss and associated fears, 
it is not surprising that keeping hair, covering up the loss, and
restoring hair is a main job while battling cancer. 

With countless sources of information, the hardest part is finding information
that is trustworthy
Most people get their hair back, but there is always that fear that
“I might be the one whose hair never grows back.”

So, it’s no accident that you’ve found this blog post. 

There is a process that we’ve lined out for chemo hair loss
patients who are serious about
doing all things RIGHT to ensure hair growth as soon as possible. 

We didn’t set out to help chemo patients at the beginning. We originally created a breakthrough category of products for hair and within weeks, we were getting questions about
“WHY is my hair growing faster and healthier?” 

From there, we were discovered by chemo patients, and they started sharing about GrowOUT by Belegenza and as they say, “the rest is history.”
Start here…. Critical 68-Day Window After Chemotherapy Hair Loss.

Come back here or simply follow the trail of information in our blog entries, such as How Does Hair Grow Back After Chemo? Best Approach for Success.

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Social, Emotional Impact of Chemo Hair Loss: Hair Growth After Chemo, Before & During
Social, Emotional Impact of Chemo Hair Loss: Hair Growth After Chemo, Before & During


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