Ruby’s Wig Salon Honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month as we all know, and we would like to share some information from our friends at Ruby’s Wig Salon in Spring Branch.

Their philosophy, “Beauty is more than skin deep” is what George Zoes the owner of Ruby’s lives by when helping breast cancer patients and survivors. He’s currently offering one and maybe two free wigs each month to women who need them.

Zoes said, “We want women to know that we can help and we want to help.” He wants women to write him about their chemotherapy experience and how it has affected them. It’s important to hear their stories, and that’s all he asks. Tell your story and he will help with a wig to boost self-esteem and self-confidence.

Wigs can cost anywhere from $150-$400. George Zoes wants to help!

For more information on Ruby’s Wigs Salon go to info@rubyswigs.com or call 713-464-3767. The Salon also has a Facebook page and a twitter account @rubyswigsalon.

Zoes encourages any lady who needs help or wants to be part of the program to contact him or send an email address and he will help you get started. They’ve given away one wig and that went very well to a most-deserving recipient.

He said the goal now is to make sure the public is aware of the program so cancer patients can start using it.

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