Lifetime Television Taps Amy Gibson for The Balancing Act Series to Help Women With Cancer Feel Beautiful Wearing a Wig

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Lifetime Television's The Balancing Act series in partnership with Omni Media's Women Magazine, airs as part of the show’s “Hear us Roar Healthy Living Series”, a segment featuring soap opera star, cancer hair loss consultant and Alopecia activist Amy Gibson, on February 14th at 7:00 am (ET/PT).

Lifetime Television's The Balancing Act series in partnership with Omni Media's Women Magazine, airs as part of the show’s “Hear us Roar Healthy Living Series”, a segment featuring soap opera star, cancer hair loss consultant and Alopecia activist Amy Gibson, on February 14th at 7:00 am (ET/PT).

“50 million women in this country are living with hair loss,” Amy Gibson informs, “and it’s not something we learn about until it happens to us, a family member or friend. "

Ms. Gibson has helped thousands of women individually, find their inner and outer beauty while going through the gauntlet of fears during medically-related hair loss and her beautiful wigs, teachings and techniques are receiving greater awareness in the mass media.

"The Balancing Act is a great opportunity to educate viewers about hair loss and also to let them know that there are fabulous wig options out there to help them feel like themselves again - and hair loss is about more than just hair. Women and cancer unfortunately, is a large population with a number of issues.”

“Having Amy Gibson on the show, who's company CreatedHair.com and Salons specializes in solutions for hair loss in women going through chemotherapy, has brought yet another great set of solutions to women, ones that will have a real impact, and help them balance their lives,” says Doug Campbell, Founder and Executive VP of Programming for The Balancing Act. “This is the essence of solutions-based programming, and we are proud that we could bring this information to our viewers.”

After losing her hair at a young age due to alopecia, Gibson decided to dedicate her life to helping women better understand and cope with hair loss and how to feel comfortable wearing a wig. She joins The Balancing Act to discuss chemotherapy-induced hair loss solutions.

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