Echt unglaublich. Ich hab heute morgen den Epilierer geschwungen.
Einige Haare an meinen Beinen machen hier einen auf Wutbürger und laufen mit nem „Dran-bleiben-Schild“ rum. Zum Glück bekomm ich Dienstag die nächste Runde Enthaarungsmittel 🕺🏻
Mal gucken ob Sie sich dann weiterhin wie die Queen persönlich verhalten: „Chemo? ... Really? .... Please!“
Aber da sind se in guter Gesellschaft mit dem Haupthaar. Die müssen schon wieder nachrasiert werden. Ich wette, wenn se in ein paar Monaten wachsen sollen werden se sich zieren und ich verzweifeln 😂
Allen noch einen tollen „kleinen Freitag“ und Grüßle von meiner Couch zu eurer Couch🙋🏻♀️💋
HAIR REJUVENATION: (626)449-4438 Before (on the left) and after (on the right) 2 scalp rejuvapen treatments. This patient is very happy and has a third treatment coming soon. Huge results with minimal effort and reasonable cost. Reduce thinning hair and hair loss by this simple treatment! Many people have emotional distress after receiving treatment with chemo for cancer and suffering with hair loss as a reminder of the battle they have fought. You do not have to live with a constant reminder. Refer a friend or loved one to my office for a consultation. #hairrejuvenation#hairrestoration#thinninghair#chemotherapy#chemohair#microneedling#hairtherapy#cancer#cancersucks#cancersurvivor#balding#health#healthy#beauty#oncology
COST: $300/treatment, $750 for a package of three. (Payment plans accepted through care credit).
PAIN SCALE: zero to 2/10. (Scalp is numbed prior to procedure).
Time in and out of office 60-75 min. (*patient permission taken to post these pics).
Erste chemofrisur !! Die letzten 20 Tage mit Haaren beginnen ....☠️😡😍 für mich war es ein kleines Frisuren Abenteuer !!! Und hat mir jeden Tag versüßt ... denn es sind die #kleinen#dinge die wirklich zählen !! Wir haben uns einen tollen Spaß draus gemacht , jeder Kumpel durfte sich an meinen Haaren ausprobieren ! #longbob#chemohair#chemoproblems#cancersucks
I wish I had known of Monat when my mom was still with us..chemo is awful and I would have been so excited to use this product on her to make her feel beautiful!! Cancer is the worst and I’m hoping I can help people going through this feel a little bit better about themselves!! I miss you mom...EVERY single day!! #missmymommy#cancersucks#chemohair#butterfly#monat
Speaking of Moms...here is mine.❤️ She began using MONAT early January (last month). Her hair was super thin and fine and her hope was to promote new hair growth. Mission accomplished! For those of you who don’t know my mom, she had completely grey/white hair...not a trace of black hair for years! Now, lots of new dark hair coming in and she reports that it feels thicker! Her biggest complaint is that she may have to start dying her hair again!! 😆 Blame the Capixyl in all of our products! Love you Mom! 💕 I’m here to help Ladies...DM me!! #MONAT#mom#healthyhair#hairgoals#hairloss#hairgrowth
If only *Every* morning began with Winnie attacking me with kisses! 💋 🐶 I couldn't help but wake-up happy everyday ☺️
Growing out your hair after chemo really tests your inner strength (around your self esteem & confidence; less you have - harder it is) and patience, when you have to cope with Elvis' hairdo & sideburns. 'The awkward phase' lasts longer than you're prepared for, until your hair is long enough to look more normal & less furball with chops 🕺
🚨to cope with this stage I do a combo of ignoring and not caring how I look, or celebrating the rare occasions my hairdo that day is actually quite cute! 😉💃
Today’s testimony : “Okay... I guess it’s time to finally share. I am super nervous about this but I know how helpful this can be to others who were or are in my situation, so here we go!
I was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroendocrine cancer last July. It was bad. Real bad. Long story short I fought my way through the most terrible time of my life and I won.
Long road ahead but I have 2 amazing kids and a wonderful husband to live for so that’s that.
WARRIOR. I lost all my hair the first month of chemo. I had hair down to my butt my whole life. It was so much harder than I thought. I know our hair doesn’t define us but it almost felt like a piece of me was missing. Hard thing to grasp. Fast forward to December and I completed my last chemo! A friend of mine happened to tag me in one of her posts and well... that was the beginning of my Monat journey.
I started using the Intense Repair Treatment Jan 13th and I couldn’t be happier with how fast my hair came in. Amazing products. Amazing company. Amazing MP. Imagine one more month!!”
Look I actually have hair!!! And a cute grandson & puppy. #chemoHair
Braved the shave.
Quite honestly couldn’t stand another moment of hair falling out all over the place. Was meant to be as had three offers of clippers today from @sammy_sleehair@tamsingibbs007 and @jodieshaw81
Poor @jodieshaw81 got the short straw bless her and made a fine job of a shitty situation. Sorry Jodie for putting you through that but thank you for making me feel ok about the whole thing. That was probably harder for you than it was for me. Sorry I didn’t give you the chance to say no!
And anyway the general consensus is a good one with Jodie’s son encouraging a change to the hair dressing profession, all my little boys being thrilled that I now look more like a premiership footballer and my husband commenting that I now look like a young #trendster from Shoreditch! #everyoneshappy#chemohair#chemohairdontcare#breastcancercornwall#breastcancernow#clippers#tankgirl
I was 99 lbs.
& I could hardly walk on my own.
I would white knuckle grip my husband’s arms as I made laps around the 8th floor of that hospital that had become my home for weeks.
He had to help me up our front porch stairs once I was released to come home.
I had to lay on the couch for 6 more weeks while I healed from surgery...with the daily walk down our short street which left me winded & needing a nap.
Even so, I was itching to work out. I kept asking my oncologist WHEN.
&& I vividly remember that first time I was given the thumbs up...that first time I pushed play on those work outs I had fallen in love with the years prior to my diagnosis. The ones that had given me my 6 pack abs my surgeon had sliced right through in attempt to remove as much cancer as he could.
&& as I pushed play, I could feel my tight knit team cheering me on from around the country.
I remember that deep down gratitude of I GET TO. I GET to work out.
A mindset that had drastically changed from the UGH I HAVE TO thoughts all those years before I found this supportive community surrounding programs that WORK.
Work outs used to be a punishment to my body for what I was eating. They used to feel like an obligation.
But now? Heck no.
They’re a freaking CELEBRATION that I’m STILL HERE. I’m still moving forward. I’m still fighting like hell. Still showing up like my life depends on it. Because it does. & yours does too.
These work outs are a celebration of how far I’ve come from that 99 lb girl one year ago.
&& I can’t stop, won’t stop.
Did you get it done today??
Booty Day. In da books. 👊🏻💕
Waiting for delicious food feels like a lifetime 😒
A long work day with lots of techy talk while trying to ignore nagging pain from a frozen shoulder & the side I had my breast surgery, then topped-off with the commute/'self-haul' back to London has me hangry for food & comfort! #feedme 🍲👉😯👍
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I feel I have wings to fly.... 🕊🕊 I lived in China for 9 years; my Chinese name (which sounds exactly like my European name) is Li Yan 李燕, which means “Swallow”🕊. Coincidence..? I don’t think so...✨ I’ve always felt free like a bird, living in different countries in Asia I was attracted to, followed my dreams. When I received my 1st diagnosis in 2015, I needed to proof to myself I was still free like a bird so we travelled to various Asian islands after each chemotherapy. Free like a bird, we decided to move to The Netherlands after 11 wonderfull years in Asia to experience raising a family in our home country. With my second diagnosis in 2017, super hardcore scary, it felt like Next Level life experience; you either feel you wear invisible handcuffs and a scary movie is about to start ór you feel there is nothing to loose anymore, my precious time starts now...! Although I will have my scary moments, I feel free like a bird, like a Chinese Li Yan 李燕.. 🕊🕊🕊 #sparkleupyourmind#keepfaith#curecancer
Hairs getting longer!!!! It’s only taken a year and a half 😳 but finally getting there!!! So good getting a trim today and feeling good!!! #chemohair#lifeaftercancer
40 22511:40 PM Oct 24, 2017
My handsome husband has been losing his hair so today he shaved it. I think he looks amazing and pulls of this look very well! #chemohair#lukestrong
6 4712:09 AM Feb 4, 2018
One year later and it's crazy to look back and see how much my life has changed. I'm also amazed how fast my hair grew- probably because of the pregnancy 🙌🏽 sometimes I don't believe it happened to me, but I'm thankful to be alive and enjoy moments like this 🙏🏻❤️
So the chemo finally started making my hair fall out. Instead of long annoying pieces of hair literally everywhere I decided a pixie cut would the best and least annoying option for now. Missed this look so much! Back to feeling like a cute little fairy princess ✨👑💁🏻 PS. Check out that gorgeous ring! 💍 #perfectpixie#lymphomawarriorprincess#chemohair#nomakeupmondays#engaged