Caring and Comfort
1747 Ford Parkway
St Paul, MN 55116 USA
Caring and Comfort, LLC is an approved
provider of wigs for Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) for cancer
and alopecia patients requesting wigs through Minnesota's Department
of Human Services (DHS).
Make wigs from your own
Sometimes friends or
relatives want to donate their hair for a wig. Wearing a wig made with
your own hair, or hair provide by someone who cares, is very special
Shalan from New York
– September 2009
“I just wanted to
email you and let you know that we received the wig today. We
greatly appreciate the effort that went into making moms wig. It
looks like her normal hair. She was so touched and surprised that it
was made with her granddaughter’s hair and niece and friend of the
“She is so happy. She was upset when she woke up this morning a lot
of her hair fell out over night. The cancer society said she
couldn't get a wig until the end of the month and then as soon as
the mail came in we surprised her.
“So, thank you so much for everything – the wig is greatly
Caring and Comfort
provides custom wigs made from your own hair or hair donated by family
or friends. Each wig is customized to you personally and we will do
our best to replicate the hairstyle and texture for the look you want
– your personal identity or the new you.
Visit Caring and Comfort online for additional information regarding
measuring, cutting and ordering.
Caring and comfort
also creates wigs for young adults and children who face cancer or
alopecia. We strive to create wigs that help kids look and feel
like themselves. These wigs are made with the highest quality human
hair. They are designed to be lightweight with soft texture that feels
Mary from Minnesota – July 2011
“I just wanted to thank you for the
amazing wig we got from you for my daughter! Diagnosed with stage IV
cancer as a 16-year-old girl, losing her hair was going to make the
treatments all the tougher.
“Her wig was so lifelike that even her surgeon did a double take and
finally asked why she hadn't lost her hair after many months of
chemo. In his many years of practice with children, he had never
seen such a hairpiece for a young person and is now giving your card
out to other pediatric patients."
today for additional information and learn how you can create a wig
using your own hair!