My experience with the eyebrow solution trial was a positive and successful experience. Retaining my eyebrows was so important to me. Losing my hair was one thing—I could get a wig to cover my scalp, but my eyebrows? One of the most important aspects of emotional survival is your self-image. If you are conscious about your looks, not having eyebrows makes it difficult to hold your head up and be strong.
When I told my family of my cancer diagnosis and expected treatment, they, of course, asked if I was going to lose my hair. I told them, “Yes, I would lose all of my hair.” One of my young sons asked, “Even your eyebrows?” I told him, “Yes, even my eyebrows.” His response was, “You can’t, people with no eyebrows look creepy.” I thought about it and he was right. If you feel that you look “weird” or “different,” it will likely affect your psychological well-being and even your healing process. The key to a positive, successful treatment experience is a positive, upbeat attitude. Being able to keep my eyebrows enabled me to feel more normal, like myself and “keep myself.” As “myself,” I can conquer anything!
EES was so easy to use. I just incorporated it into my daily routine. I would highly recommend EES to anyone going through chemotherapy treatment.