StyleEsteem Wardrobe was created by young breast cancer survivor Sonya, to give women of all hair journeys the choice of fashionable headwear. At StyleEsteem you can shop for turbans the same way you shop for clothes, by season and occasion. From lounge wear to couture styles, each turban was created to empower you with elegance, confidence and dignity as you live your beautiful story.
There’s a lot more to wearing bras with breast cancer than your first surgical bra. Your body and your needs will change after every procedure or treatment method. Whether that’s radiation, lumpectomy, single or double mastectomy, or even reconstruction. We want you to know that for any stage you are in we are here to help. From pocketed bras for forms to comfortable bras after reconstruction, we have the right breast cancer bras for you.
What is the #1 complaint post-mastectomy? The drains! Many major surgeries optimize the use of drains after a procedure, especially one that is directed to the removal of tissue and other body masses. We know all about those dreaded drains here at AnaOno, and in this article we hope to take a little of the “dread” out of drains.
Not every breast form is the precise right fit for each person, surgery type, or even every occasion! Read below to learn more about the breast forms available and which styles may be best for your body.
We know firsthand the harsh effects of chemo, and just how difficult it can be to get through treatment and still feel like you have control over your body. We believe that being comfortable is the number one priority when going through tough treatments. You deserve to feel as pampered as possible. At AnaOno, we have the perfect bras for every single stage of treatment and recovery you go through, and the chemotherapy phase is no exception.
Not all of us were blessed with the perky boob gene, and fewer among us have breast lift money. Luckily -- and thankfully -- there are bras for lift and side support that offer the look you want. Read on to discover how to find the best bra for lift and side support.
It is hard to feel sexy when your whole world feels entirely un-sexy: Your breasts have been unceremoniously removed from your mastectomy, you’ve lost all of your hair, your eyelashes, and are battling with medically induced menopause and vaginal dryness. But when you ARE in a space to re-discover and reclaim your sexuality post-diagnosis, there are some different creative ways you can begin to rediscover your sexual self in safe, beautiful ways.
1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer at some point during their lifetime. In fact, breast cancer is poised to surpass lung cancer as the number one most common cancer in women. With these odds, it’s extremely important to know your body and detect when something seems strange. However, you may wonder, what signs do I look for? Read on to discover why early detection is so important and how to help yourself detect breast cancer early.
At the age of 23, while a blossoming ballerina with the Joffrey Concert Group in New York City, Maggie Kudirka was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer. After her diagnosis, Maggie’s career trajectory may have shifted, but her fighting spirit only got stronger. She now uses her exquisite movement for self-expression and breast cancer awareness.
Despite having a strong support system, breast cancer can take a devastating emotional toll on people. Luckily, there are many resources available to assist you in coping with your diagnosis and treatment, such as support groups.