Shopping for cancer-related items to make life a little bit easier
Bold Beanies – Lovely hats for if you lose your hair through chemo.
Cancer Care Parcel – Lots of lovely things to help you through treatment.
Cancer Pal – The CancerPal online Marketplace contains carefully researched and curated products which have been recommended to help ease some of the side effects of cancer treatment. These products are easily accessible to patients who know exactly what they’re looking for. CancerPal Care Boxes contain specific products for you to support your loved one depending on their stage of treatment. Product research and collation has been completed on your behalf, to save you time trawling the internet and researching suitable products to help support and comfort your loved one.
The C-List – set up by Lisa Potter-Dixon and Helen Addis, The C-List is a one-stop shop for makeup, skincare, hair, gifts and all things beauty when going through cancer treatment such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy. “It’s more than a beauty shop …there’s tips, tricks, advice and inspirational stories to help you get through your journey.”
Drain Dollies – Drain bags for post surgery.
Live Better With – This is an online shopping site stocking 100’s of products to help get you through each step of your cancer treatment all recommended by those living with cancer. The site also offers stacks and stacks of practical advice.
Jennifer Young: Beauty Despite Cancer – Gorgeous natural skin care products that are perfect for chemo skin.
littlelifts – The littlelifts box is full of mood-boosting goodies and practical products to support people undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
Not Another Bunch of Flowers – Lots of lovely products to help you get through treatment.
tooktake – A simple dosage reminder system consisting of stickers for your medication bottles/strips.
We’ve put this list of recommendations together from our experience as patients but we encourage to use these as a starting point from which to do your own research. The links and/or recommendations in this article to third-party resources are for your information and we take no responsibility for the content contained in those third-party resources. Any product recommendations made in this article are not product endorsements and unless otherwise stated, they are made without any affiliation to the brand of that product. We ask you to note that there may be other similar products available.
Reviewed May 2023
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