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Cold Cap

Take control of your privacy and mental well-being throughout your journey.


Hospitals across the globe where patients have used our Cold Caps System.

What is cold capping?

Cold cap therapy is scalp cooling treatment that helps to minimize hair loss, reducing minor injury oedema (swelling) and when used as part of a healthy lifestyle may help to relieve the impact of migraine or headache symptoms and other trichology conditions.

It allows you to make a choice. Whether you choose to retain your hair or reduce swelling to preserve your privacy, maintain normalcy, protect your children and other loved ones or continue working, keeping your own hair or reducing swelling, will provide you with a sense of control and a positive mental attitude.

Hair follicle

How does it work?

It works by cooling the hair follicles on your scalp, causing them to go into hibernation.

The Crylon gel cold caps are cooled to the correct temperature and fitted snugly to your head, worn for a period of time dependent on each individual and their treatment specifics. With Penguin Cold Caps, you can expect to minimize between 60% and 90% of your hair loss.

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Cold caps help patients prevent hair loss

What to expect?

You’ve probably never heard of Cold Cap Therapy until now – so we’ll help you understand just what to expect on the day.

You will no doubt have questions, like how to place an order, what you need to arrange before your session, how to use the caps, and what to expect on the day. We hope you find what you’re looking for here – but if you need anything else, you can Request a Call Back from one of our representatives.

While it wasn’t an enjoyable feeling, it was very doable and well worth the results . It was also a very good distraction, helping to keep me occupied

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Professionally recommended by charities, such as The Rapunzel Project and Hair To Stay, as well as medical professionals around the world

All materials used in the manufacture of Penguin Cold Caps are approved in Canada.

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