A Study on Improvement Strategies According to the Inconvenience Due to Female Cancer Wearing Alopecia Wigs

여성 암환우들의 탈모용 가발 착용 시 불편에 따른 개선방안 연구

  • Jin, Soon-Ho (Dep. of Beauty Art, Graduate School of Human, Songwon University) ;
  • Kim, Young-Bae (Dep. of Beauty Art, Dongbang Culture University) ;
  • Park, Jang-Soon (Dep. of Beauty Art, Songwon University)
  • 진순호 (송원대학교 휴먼대학원 뷰티예술학과) ;
  • 김영배 (동방문화대학원대학교 뷰티예술학과) ;
  • 박장순 (송원대학교 뷰티예술학과)
  • Received : 2017.05.30
  • Accepted : 2017.08.20
  • Published : 2017.08.28


This study conducted frequency analysis for male and female patients aged 60 and over from the results of analyzing improvement strategies for inconvenience due to wearing alopecia wigs. When the patoent started perceive their depilatory diseases was right after treatment of anticancer drugs or radiotherapy, and they were found to suffer from inconveniences of being dried, etc. After treatment of chemotherapy, as for the falling-out parts, eyebrows were found to be the highest 52.1%, and pubic hair 38%, axilla hair 29% in that order. And the inconvenience level of wearing wigs among the patients with the different background of education indicates that the professions of the patients affect the ease of use. It is presumed that the easiness in use which the college graduates, high school graduates, and postgraduates showed is attributable to the age difference. to improve the inconveniences from cancer patients wearing wigs, scape troubles and close adhesion are constantly needed.


Cancer patient;Falling-out;Scalp trouble;Wigs;Inconvenience;Chemotherapy;Adhesion


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