We have finally found our top four most innovative products for 2018, which help with mastectomy recovery.
Please comment on our list and let us know if we have missed anything or if you agree or disagree with our suggestions.
In alphabetical order
The Billow (breast+pillow) is a pillow specifically designed to provide relief and support to women with breast discomfort resulting from surgery (including mastectomy, reconstructive, augmentation or reduction), nursing and breast size. The Billow is designed to give your breasts and body a soft and supportive post surgery and provide comfort long after.
Drain Dollies help make recovery simple.
They provide a safe and secure place to store your drains, allowing you to leave the house and carry out day to day activities.
INGA Wellbeing clothing
The people at INGA Wellbeing clothing for patients work with nurses to create clothing that would work for MOST medical treatments, and no matter how the patients’ treatment journeys evolved. With the styling of home clothes, and way more functionality than hospital gowns, these clothes make it possible to dress ‘well’ even when unwell.
“INGA Wellbeing clothes are a great self-empowerment purchase and make a perfect gift. Selecting the right INGA Wellbeing item or outfit is just a question of preferred style and colour: no medical knowledge needed. And if choosing for your loved one or colleague is awkward, we have vouchers you can offer so that they can shop for themselves”.
Personal Ink: P.INK
The people at P.INK aim to connect breast cancer survivors with tattoo artists who can provide a form of healing that no one else can.
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