We support both short term and long term hair loss sufferers. Hair loss can affect men, women and children of all ages. What we do is give people a chance to feel confident and feel like themselves again.

People suffering from hair loss often don't want to feel different; they want to be able to go out and feel like themselves with hair that looks real and natural.

Many, but not all people, face the prospect of losing their hair as part of their treatment for cancer. Hair loss can be one of the most distressing side effects of cancer treatment. Hair can also have particular significance across different cultures.

The way we feel about ourselves and how we look is closely linked to our feelings of self-esteem and self-confidence. Hair loss can be a constant "reminder" of your treatment for cancer. Whether hair loss is a result of cancer treatment or a longer-term condition such as alopecia, it can make people feel vulnerable.