Amoena Recovery Care products are designed to meet the specific needs of women immediately following breast surgery, in the hospital, and after returning home.
We designed our CuraSupport compression bras for stabilization to support the tissue and your healing process. Additionally, they provide ideal conditions for scar treatment after surgery.
The road to recovery following your breast surgery is just as important as the preparation for it beforehand. The CuraSupport Compression bras protect sensitive scar tissue after any kind of breast surgery including mastectomy, lumpectomy, reconstruction, breast augmentation or reduction. Gentle fabrics and flat seams reduce skin irritation discomfort on scars.
A compression belt keeps the operated breast in place and prevents dislocation of implants. Anatomically formed, made of a stretch, strong fabric, provides an individual fit and compression to the upper parts of the breast. Prevents pressure marks and skin irritation due to use of skin-friendly fabrics and variable adjustment at the front. Promotes the healing process by relieving the lymph drainage channels.
- Support during the healing process and ease of use are key at this time.
- Amoena’s post-surgical forms and garments are designed with comfort in mind and make the process of getting well again as convenient and easy as possible.
- Newly developed pattern ensures optimal results of the surgery by keeping operated breast(s) in place and preventing implants from moving during the healing process
- Anatomically shaped with strong, stretchable material for optimal fit and compression of upper breast area
- Skin-friendly fabrics reduce irritation and a new softer hook-and-loop fastener allows easy individual fitting
- 72% Nylon
- 14% polyester
- 8% cotton
- 6% Spandex
- Breast Reconstruction
- Breast Reduction
- Breast Augmentation
- Breast Lifting
- Oncoplastic Breast Surgeries
To treat your underwear well, you should preferably wash it by hand. Some bras are made from different materials with different care instructions. The hooks at the back and adjustments on the straps will not normally withstand high temperatures. If you must put them in the washing machine, always use a mild detergent and put your underwired bras in a laundry bag.
The care symbol on the garment tells you how best to wash it. The care symbol on a mixed fibre label is of course based on the most sensitive fibre - to be absolutely sure.
Whether you wash your underwear by hand or machine, it must be well rinsed to remove all traces of detergent from the fabric. This can irritate sensitive skin or turn the material yellow. Perfumes and deodorants are very difficult to remove if they accidentally stain a bra or body. To avoid staining your bra, spray your favourite perfume on your body before getting dressed and wait until your skin is completely dry.
|Size||Measure Under Bust|
|30||26" - 28"|
|32||28" - 30" |
|34||30" - 32" |
|36||32" - 34" |
|38||34" - 36" |
|40||36" - 38" |
|42||38" - 40" |
|44||40" - 42" |
|46||42" - 44" |
|48||44" - 46" |
|50||46" - 48" |
|52||48" - 50" |
|54||50" - 52" |
We offer free advice from a registered treating Physiotherapist.
Similarly to having a pharmacist available to answer your questions in regards to medications you buy at a pharmacy, we are here to answer your questions on our products in regards to your health.
We can discuss general issues about injuries, muscles, joints, pain etc. and provide advice on what products and exercises will help your specific needs. We will respond within 24 hours.