Welcome to Cold Cap Therapy Midwest!
Currently Serving Women in Minnesota

Representing Penguin Cold Caps - Your protection against chemotherapy-induced alopecia

After Treatment with Penguin Cold Cap Pictures
(From Left to Right): Renee, Marianna, Wendy, Whitney, Jenny

The face of cancer does not need to be bald!
Cold Cap Therapy involves the use of special caps, frozen to a very cold temperature, and worn for a period of time before, during, and after chemotherapy treatments. The cooling of the hair follicles prevents chemotherapy toxins from reaching them, preserving the follicles and therefore preserving the patient's hair.  Cold Cap Therapy Midwest provides support and services to chemo patients in the Twin Cities and surrounding Metro areas.

Are you exploring the idea of keeping your hair through chemotherapy? Looking for someone who can answer your questions so you can make an informed choice? If so, you have come to the right place!  My name is Susan Mulligan, and I am the Minnesota representative for the Twin Cities and surrounding Metro Area for Penguin Cold Caps www.penguincoldcaps.com.  My team and I have served over 90 women in the past 5 years, and if you choose to rent Penguin Cold Cap’s during chemotherapy, our goal is to help you navigate through the logistics of the Cold Cap process and offer you options for helpful professional services that will guide you toward hair saving success! Cold Cap Therapy Midwest has a 93% success rate!

At Cold Cap Therapy Midwest we believe that you have enough things on your mind with the diagnosis itself and then chemo treatment planning. Hair loss shouldn’t be one of the worries with chemo. Chemotherapy treatments cause a range of side effects that can be difficult physically, but hardly any side effects can be more psychologically and emotionally debilitating than the loss of your hair. Keeping your hair during and after chemotherapy treatments can boost your self-esteem and confidence during a difficult time in your life.

Most important of all, we provide a private, caring, compassionate environment providing you with someone who will be by your side through the capping process, or we can train a team you put together as they learn to use Penguin Cold Caps. We’re sensitive to your situation and your unique needs. You have our word that we’ll do everything we possibly can to help you.

Feel free to call anytime to ask questions, to schedule training for friends and/or family, or book a competent consultant to spend the day with you during chemotherapy helping you make Cold Cap Therapy successful.


During Cold Cap Treatment Photos
(From Left to Right): Jodi, Marianna, Alicia, Christy, Deb

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or Cold Cap Therapy in general, please visit our "Contact Us" page.