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About Penguin Cold Caps

The original cooling cap for fighting hair loss

The Penguin Cold Cap is an easy, efficient, user friendly method of reducing or abolishing chemotherapy induced hair loss and involves continuous application of a number of precisely cooled Caps to the scalp before, during and for a varying length of time after intravenous chemotherapy.

The Penguin Cold Cap is an easy, efficient, user friendly method of reducing or abolishing chemotherapy induced hair loss and involves continuous application of a number of precisely.

Cooled Caps to the scalp before, during and for a varying length of time after intravenous chemotherapy. The Penguin Cold Cap is an easy, efficient, user friendly method of reducing or abolishing chemotherapy induced hair loss and involves continuous application of a number of precisely cooled Caps to the scalp before, during and for a varying length of time after intravenous chemotherapy.

The Penguin Cold Cap is an easy, efficient, user friendly method of reducing or abolishing chemotherapy induced hair loss and involves continuous application of a number of precisely.

Cooled Caps to the scalp before, during and for a varying length of time after intravenous chemotherapy.

Discovering cold cap treatment

The Penguin Cold Cap is an easy, efficient, user friendly method of reducing or abolishing chemotherapy induced hair loss and involves continuous application of a number of precisely cooled Caps to the scalp before, during and for a varying length of time after intravenous chemotherapy.

The Penguin Cold Cap is an easy, efficient, user friendly method of reducing or abolishing chemotherapy induced hair loss and involves continuous application of a number of precisely cooled Caps to the scalp before, during and for a varying length of time after intravenous chemotherapy.