Here to… help financially challenged cancer patients save their hair by making scalp cooling affordable.
Here to… share other people’s experiences with you.
Here to… help you understand what scalp cooling can do and the options open to you.
Here to… engage the haircare industry in raising funds for scalp cooling.
Welcome to HairToStay
We are the first and only national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping cancer patients afford scalp cooling, a treatment that can dramatically reduce chemotherapy induced hair loss. As well as subsidizing the treatment, we help to raise awareness and offer information and support to patients considering the use of scalp cooling to keep their hair during chemotherapy.
Here to… increase access to scalp cooling for as many patients as possible.
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A Treat that's twice as sweet
HairToStay is partnering with award-winning chocolatier, Charles Chocolates to bring you a variety of incredible chocolate gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, Mother's Day, and just because!
It's extra sweet knowing that 20% of your purchase will go toward helping low-income cancer patients save their hair using scalp cooling technology.
Haircare products that keep giving
To help low-income cancer patients save their hair using scalp cooling technology, amika gives HairToStay 1% of all e-commerce sales, donates products for our fundraising events and even redesigns the packaging of a popular hair care product each year and donates a portion of the proceeds from that item! Get incredible hair products & tools while supporting a great cause!
HairToStay Salon Fundraising: The HairToStay1000 Club
Losing one’s hair is traumatic. Keeping it means retaining control, privacy, identity and even well-being. Nobody understands this better than haircare professionals. HairToStay has teamed up with the haircare industry to launch an innovative and exciting program to engage salons, stylists and haircare industry suppliers across the country!
Originally published by Behind The Chair on September 30, 2019 Liz wearing a cold cap. Photo courtesy HairToStay. “It’s probably nothing. You’re so young and healthy.” When Liz Acosta felt a lump in her breast, that’s what she—and her friends and...