Thursday, March 22, 2012

Marvelous Madcapz

Modeling the golf/tennis visor in "Serenity." How did they know to send me the 'calming' color?
We've had a mini-monsoon in these parts lately, so I haven't had a chance to test-drive my new, complimentary sun visor from Madcapz in the actual sun. But, I can attest to the comfort factor (very high) due to the generous adjustable strap and cushy sweatband. Madcapz were invented by a woman named Carrie Bell who, when she began losing her hair due to Grave's Disease, became frustrated by the lack of cute, feminine-looking caps and visors on the market. Read her remarkable story here. Madcapz (and visors, like the one I'm wearing) come in over 30 colors and patterns, have a low-profile style and are 100% cotton. Coming off of my skin cancer treatment, I'll be wearing my Madcapz frequently this spring and summer. IF the sun ever shines again.
Carrie Bell

3 comments:

Carol Starr Schneider said...

You look great! xx

salim reza said...

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salim reza said...

CPAP models are generally models The item send pressurized air via a tube ALONG WITH Mask in to a good mask to the patient's face to your current patient breath during apneas The idea will probably occur even though sleeping.