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Free Wigs for Women with Cancer

Free Wigs for Women with CancerUpdated: Jul 24, 2017 4:18am | Comments 4

- EBeauty has a Wig Exchange Program where they offer women undergoing treatment for cancer the opportunity to order a wig, completely free of charge. You will need to click on the "Click here to make a request" button then select the color, style and length of the wig you would like. After you submit the form, a representative will be in contact by phone to complete your request.

Please note: This is not a regular freebie for everyone. Do the right thing and do not request this if you are not going through Chemotherapy. This is intended to help women that are going through a tough time; not to send out thousands of wigs to people who really don't need them.

Wig Exchange Program

The Wig Exchange Program permits an individual to make a charitable gift of a wig and allows a woman undergoing treatment for cancer to obtain a wig which may otherwise be unaffordable or unobtainable. At EBeauty Our Vision supports women on their road to recovery and wellness, one wig at a time. Through the donation of a wig from a woman who has walked this path before them, her gift offers one less obstacle, and a opportunity to feel good again.

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Remember: VonBeau.com does not send out free samples or free products. Follow the instructions provided above to request the listed item.

4 Comments Leave a Comment

July 13, 2016 8:26 pm

I just had my last chemo today. Wish I had known about this site when started in June of last year.

Rj FarleyRj Farley
May 5, 2015 10:57 pm

Sorry, chemo brain at it again, would like bangs, side part, would be great, I am fair skin had real light blonde hair, looked like a Barbie doll hair. I have a very pale skin. My hair was to my bra, but I have been told a wig that long would be bad, so if I can find one mid shoulder, I would be happy with that. At this point would be happy with anything that wouldN't look like a cheap rats nest. I bought a 29$ wig it was so thin you could tell I was bald. Missing my lovey locks, please let me know if you an help. Since its not breast cancer there no one to turn to for help. Tried the ACS, but in our podunk town all the wigs are donated and they have never had a true blonde that I need. Please let me know if you can help. Thank you, Rj

Rj FarleyRj Farley
May 5, 2015 10:45 pm

Have my doctors medical script, but our insurance will not cover the hair prosthetic. Have ovarian cancer. Looking for a light blonde, mid shoulder length. Thank you, will email doctor's script let me know were rj_farley ahoo com

April 28, 2015 9:16 pm

i really wish i could get my mom one.. she does not have cancer but she has alopecia universalis causing her to lose all the hair on her body. eyelashes and brows.. all of her hair... it has a serious impact on how she feels about herself. #alopeciaawareness




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