500 E. Round Grove Rd, Suite 306
Lewisville, Texas 75067
214-488-8885 1-866-383-8885
FAX 972-316-8885


Yes you can safely detangle a synthetic wig, take out the frizz, and renew it almost to the look it had when it was new!!

  Synthetic wigs have always seemed to be mysterious to those who wear them. The common knowledge has always been to keep synthetic wig away from any heat warmer than body temperature, and to never use hot styling appliances made for use on human hair. Unknown until now is that synthetic hair can be somewhat to mostly renewed  and detangled with the proper styling techniques using the correct amount of heat. Synthetic wig hair is actually tiny plastic fibers that have the texture of ideal human hair, and is called "synthetic" because who would go out and purchase a plastic hair wig?
  Collar length and longer synthetic hair will always tangle or frizz because of the hair rubbing on the skin or clothing. The more active the lifestyle, the more the wig will tangle. It will tangle more when you wear wool than when you wear silk or leather. Less friction equals fewer tangles. If you keep the tangles out the wig it will stay looking great for many months.
   The secret is to remove the tangles when you first encounter them. The staff of Comfort Wigs, ETC has experimented with and researched synthetic hair properties for years and assembled first of a kind kit. The kit contains tools, a special conditioner, an instructional video CD or DVD, that enables wig wearers to keep their synthetic wig looking like healthy growing hair for many months to come.
    Other helpful products are a canvass wig head (block), a block holder, T pins, the new nifty Hang Up to store your wig, and a metal bristle brush. All of these products are great for home styling of synthetic wigs. A Styrofoam head can be used instead of the canvass block, however, the Styrofoam head hole at the bottom will quickly enlarge with use and will soon swivel on the block holder. I am easily frustrated with the swiveling and have used a strip of cloth to help fill the hole to stop the turning.

About Us
We provide high quality wigs, breast forms and bras, human hair wigs, hats, turbans, and scarves for alopecia and cancer chemotherapy hair loss patients.

Nice things our clients turned friends' have written about.
Press Release
"Don Seal may be one of the few hair stylists whose work is covered by health insurance". An article in the local newspaper in October 2002
Insurance & Wigs
Healthcare networks Comfort Wigs, ETC can bill for your wigs and mastectomy products.
Wig Information
Everything you want to know about wigs and wig care. Human hair wigs and synthetic wigs are compared, as well as wig styling and construction, and when to purchase. 'Must know' info about the most dreaded aspect of chemotherapy treatment and hair loss due to alopecia
Remy Hair
Explanation of the Quality of hair in our human hair wigs.
Hair Loss and Coping
Covers timing, emotions and coping with hair loss.
Brief  introduction to Alopecia including Alopecia Areata, Alopecia Totalis, and Alopecia Universalis.  This auto-immune disorder can be the source of much frustration and worry.
Hair pulling usually begins at 12 to 13 years of age and can last a lifetime with proper care and treatment.
Stages of Breast Cancer
Stages of breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society, indicate the size of the tumor and how far it has spread within the breast......
Better Treatments
 Better Treatments for breast cancer saves more lives than a decade ago. Also, more effective treatments for chemotherapy side affects make treatment more tolerable
Case Managers
The case manager is a valuable resource to help you get the health services and benefits you need to make the best recovery possible. Things you need to know!
Organize The Chaos

 When you are diagnosed with cancer, you are thrown into a world of second opinions, diagnostic tests, invasive procedures, surgeries, medications and medical personnel. You are constantly being bombarded by new and unfamiliar information that needs to be processed and acted upon in some way.
Combating Chemo Brain
The following "Chemo-Brain Prevention Plan" may not apply to everyone, but it can act as a guideline to reduce stress for cancer survivors.