This is a question that many women ask post lumpectomy or mastectomy. Just when you find a nice breast form that makes your favorite shirt fit perfect again comes the onset of bathing suit season! Frustrating only if you don’t know the secrets of the season...
The first bit of good news – there are “swim forms”! ABC, Ameona, Anita, and Trulife, in other words, all your favorite breast form manufacturers, have swim forms – breast forms made to be used in a swimsuit. One of our top sellers is the Amoena Aqua Wave Swim form, it’s made from a clear silicone which is resistant to salt & chlorine, as well as water.
Amoena even helps you care for your swim forms so you can keep them for use for a long time to come. We carry the option to purchase the Amoena soft brush specifically meant for their swim forms, and a Travel & Storage case to keep your breast forms of any kind safe, in shape & secure!
Our catalog also contains swimsuits made specifically for use with swim forms. Special pockets in these suits are made to hold the forms in place. If you like a half bodice suit Amoena's Ayon Half Bodice Swimsuit has curves that are gently controlled by the light shaping effect in the front of the swimsuit.
Prefer a medium-high neckline? The Amoena Ayon Sarong Swimsuit has that, and a flirty skirt for jumping in the waves or lounging under the umbrella! Lycra helps these sexy Amoena suits to keep their shape and resist the effects of chlorine. If one piece isn’t your thing, Amoena’s Ayon half bodice is also worth looking at!
If you’re looking for a head covering for pool or surf side Chemo Beanies is a great option. A beautiful teal color, no tying, cold machine wash, and most importantly comfortable!
HPFY wishes you a happy & beautiful swimsuit season! Should you have any other bathing suit season needs please check out our website at www.HealthProductsForYou.com or give us a call at 866-316-0162. This season will carry it’s uniqueness, be well and enjoy any and everything you can!
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