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BeauBeau® head scarves are designed specifically for hair loss due to chemotherapy, alopecia or other medical conditions. They're unique, fashionable and versatile!
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Choose head scarves from Soft rayon, delicate silk, workout fabrics, headwarmers - lined with exquisitely soft cotton. Our chic cancer scarves focus on uniqueness over mass production, creating beautiful cancer headwear to compliment your wardrobe from casual to elegant. Our cancer head scarves convey elegance and sophistication.
Experience for yourself an innovative, fun and fashionable alternative to wigs, bandanas or turbans. We strive to help you maintain your sense of style and femininity while experiencing hair loss due to chemotherapy, alopecia or any other medical hair loss. Our unique cancer scarves unite fashion and function. Feel beautiful and confident while wearing the BeauBeau®!
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The winners for the 2013 beaubeau photo contest are in!
3rd Annual beaubeau Photo Contest winners announced. See them here!4women.com and the beaubeau highlighted on CNN Money.com as a breast cancer entrepreneur - read our story
2nd Annual BeauBeau photo contest. View pictures here
WEDU's "A West Coast Journal with Jack Perkins"Your Personal Wish List! - now available, an opportunity to share your Beaubeau choices with friends and loved ones. Register now!
Brave Beauty - A short documentary about Susan Beausang
in the news
Foxbusiness.com: "Fox News Small Business Center highlights 4women.com and the beaubeau." 10/28/2013
Hat Life: "2012 Hatty Award Winners"
Women Magazine: "Women's Magazine features article on Susan Beausang and genetic history." 6/21/2012
85 Broads: "Susan Beausang featured on 85 Broads" 6/17/2012
"Beaubeau head scarves are so special, they're now twice patented!" 6/4/2012
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On October 21, 2011, I found a lump in my breast. It was cancer. I was supposed to have a lumpectomy and five days of radiation. Unfortunately, the biopsy of the tumor revealed a progesterone, estrogen and hertz positive tumor that...
Last Updated: Fri Dec 13, 2013