JANET IKUA : ‘It took me WEEKS to accept my hair loss, I felt like my body was falling Apart’

Janet Kanini Ikua
Janet Kanini Ikua

It took me weeks to accept my hair loss from chemotherapy. I felt like my body was falling apart. This is a difficult situation for men, women and children to deal with. And not just from cancer. There are other conditions that cause hair loss, leading to self esteem issues.

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To help you get through this, Wigs & Turbans Salon offer you beautifully designed turbans for both adults and children. One thing I found shocking was how cold my head got in the cold weather! But I just didn’t know how to tie scarves in a fashionable way and wearing ngepas (caps) isn’t always suitable. Well I found the solution in these turbans made of natural bamboo fibre which is very soft, gentle, antibacterial and durable.

Janet Kanini
Janet Kanini

Perfect for people with sensitive skin or who react to other fabrics. Furthermore, bamboo naturally enhances ventilation, ensuring that you remain cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s cold (especially in our current weather that seems very confused). Washing is simple (preferably do it yourself), and best of all, they come in a vast selection of colours and designs to suit your personal taste. Kids look so stylish! Now people will stop looking at you like you’re about to drop dead because of your bald head (yah, we get tired of that). Contact Wilkista of Wigs & Turbans Salon 0705-699411. The shop is easy to reach on Wood avenue past Yaya Centre, route 46.

There are also medicated wigs available made with bamboo fibre (you can see them in the photo backgrounds) so try them on if they’re more your style.

A final word – one way to get through your illness is to NOT look sick. Dress up, wear make up, dust off those stilettos from the back of your cupboard that are waiting for a special occasion and wear them TODAY. Don’t wait for one special day because every moment is worth treasuring- guys, life can change/disappear in an instant. So get up, look at yourself in the mirror and say, “I am beautiful / handsome – inside and out. My body is thinner but it makes my lovely eyes stand out. I’m so weak that I’m shaking but it makes me more romantic with my partner because lazima anibebe 😀 😀 I am a supuu, a manyanga, a hunk, until I breathe my last I will not stop fighting because Psalm 139:14 ‘I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works, And my soul knows it very well.’
Have a blessed day. 🙂

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