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#SaveNaturalHair with Wash N Fro's HairToStay fundraiser for cooling caps to retain hair during chemotherapy


Join us in making a real difference. Help us end hair loss for cancer patients by supporting HairToStay!

This fundraiser focuses on raising funds to subsidize scalp cooling treatment, helping patients retain hair while undergoing chemotherapy. 

Join Wash N Fro in helping Cancer Warriors save their hair!

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Hair loss is a big deal to Wash N Fro. We chose this non-profit organization because, as a natural hair salon in Hampton Roads, our primary focus is on scalp health and hair retention. HairToStay's focus is on retaining hair during Chemo by cooling the scalp. That's a cause we can get behind!

Statistically, researchers have found that Black women have a 30% increased risk of breast cancer because they are more likely to use chemical straighteners.

Additionally, of the United States’ 16.1 million adult Black women, 5.5 million (34%) are potentially exposed to dangerously high levels of carcinogenic ingredients by wearing synthetic extensions for long periods of time.

This does not even include the many preteens and teens in the Black community who frequently wear synthetic braids as well.

Intervention is critical!


In the meantime, we want to help those who are affected by cancer to retain their hair during Chemo by cooling the scalpJust a small donation will go a long way to helping us meet our goal for HairToStay. 


Thank you in advance for your support and don't forget to share with family, friends, and social media!!!

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#washnfro #savenaturalhair

About HairToStay

HairToStay is the first and only national nonprofit dedicated to helping low-income cancer patients afford to keep their hair using scalp cooling technology. Being able to keep one's hair reaches far beyond appearance -- it helps women maintain their sense of privacy, identity, and well-being in a time that is otherwise incredibly traumatic. With scalp cooling, patients are able to see themselves in the mirror, rather than a sick person, and has a deep psychological impact on their ability to overcome their diagnosis.

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