Exercise is an important part of remaining healthy and happy, physically as well as mentally. Since it is Breast Cancer Awareness month, I wanted to focus on how physical activity is a key component of overall health and wellness for everyone, but in particular for those living with cancer.
Did you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Did you know that about 1 in 8 U.S. women (just under 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime?
For a woman losing a breast can be devastating, but the effects of chemotherapy associated with trying to overcome breast cancer can lead to hair loss, which for a woman can be even more devastating. Just ask one of my guest’s at Jeffrey Paul Salon, Kristin, who is a Breast Cancer survivor. Kristin put the experience of losing her hair’ from breast cancer, this way,
“Losing my breast was not really the issue. My hair was – as a woman it’s a big part of how people view you… Jeffrey Paul, and his team, gave me back the feeling of beauty both on the inside and with my hair!”
To watch Kristin’s makeover story on the solution she found for her hair loss, due to breast cancer, please click here.
Cancer, in one form or another, touches each of our lives. This month, to show support, help make someone you know aware of the solutions for their hair loss associated with cancer by sharing Kristin’s story and having them email me for a free consultation. By doing so you can give back the feeling of beauty both on the inside and out!
Remember…Beauty Begins Within