Uneven boobs are a perfectly normal part of having breasts, and many folks experience at least some difference between them. Understandably, a drastic difference in size can make it difficult to shop for clothes and bras. If you’re curious about why you have uneven breasts -- and the ways you can even out their appearance, if that’s what you’d like to do -- keep reading this guide.
In an effort to reduce, reuse, and refurbish our items, AnaOno has put together a guide on what to do with your old bras and undies — keep reading to become the reusing royalty that you are and discover how your gently used bras can become something extraordinary!
Finding the perfect bra can be a pain in the you-know-what. From uncomfortable straps that always slip, loose-fitting or too-tight bands, or cups that never lay just right, you’re definitely not alone if you’ve asked yourself, “How should a bra fit me?”
It's tough to know what to do when someone you know gets cancer, let alone what you can give to show you care. While flowers are certainly a nice gesture, giving more thoughtful and useful gifts to someone in your life undergoing cancer treatment will go further in helping during their hard days ahead.
Learn more about what to expect and how to prepare for upcoming radiation therapy after breast cancer with Lisa Sweeney of Vision RT. A company focused on pioneering technology to enhance treatment efficacy, safety, and patient comfort. Protect your heart, no tattoo's needed, and access in many major hospitals.
We come in all different shapes and sizes — breasts included. We should celebrate breast diversity, whether or not you identify as a woman. But if you are curious about your breast type for bra buying purposes, we are here for you.
At AnaOno, we aim to make the lives of everyone going through a mastectomy as easy as possible, so we designed a collection of loungewear with a game-changing feature: The Drain Belt. Read along and learn how this one revolutionary design feature will change the way you heal from your mastectomy.
You are not to blame for your poor grasp of what it is to say, but it's essential to make an effort to connect with people and reach out when someone is diagnosed with cancer. There are no specific guidelines or rule books; however, here are six things you can say to someone with cancer.
If you’ve ever felt stuck shopping for a bra that only fits the largest breast, you’re in luck: There are bras for asymmetrical breasts that accommodate breasts of any shape and size, as well as breast forms.
It's 2021, and "normal" bodies are so in — including saggy breasts. Our breasts were not made to defy gravity, so it's only natural that they start to droop as we age. And while it can be difficult to distinguish society's norms from actual normalcy, it's important to remember that regardless of where our breasts sit on our chest, we are beautiful.
Surgery can leave nipples in new spots, pointing in different directions, oroverall, just more noticeable than before.After surgery, you may want something to protect and smooth out your nipples. All our bras are pocketed, and most come with removable modesty pads. Modesty pads can be great to achieve symmetry, hide nipples, and provide a little extra padding.