Anita Safina Non-Wired Mastectomy Bra

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Prices from £28.00

Safina is a soft and stylish mastectomy bra ideal for women in recovery after surgery. Wide, padded straps and pockets for breast forms make this a great addition to any wardrobe.

Key Features:

  • Wire-free bra with cotton lining for post-surgery.
  • Wide, padded straps provide support and comfort.
  • Beautiful embroidery highlights the upper cup.

During treatment, and particularly after surgery, it can be difficult to find clothing that you’re comfortable in. Sensitive skin and muscle aches can make finding the right bra for you a difficult challenge, but it can make a real difference when you find something that fits well and feels good.

Many modern bras are designed for appearance and not functionality. This can become a real issue after surgery, when your body can be sensitive and sore. This isn’t the case with Safina. Looking great whilst prioritising comfort, the wide, padded straps and cotton lining won’t irritate sensitive or sore skin, and offer great support. Stretch panels around the arms do not restrict movement. Discrete interior pockets can hold breast forms securely in place.

Anita specialise in making beautiful bras that prioritise comfort and functionality whilst looking great. Their mastectomy range is ideal for women in recovery after surgery.

  • Available in sizes 34-50 and cup size A-G
  • Material: 50% Nylon, 30% Polyester,10% Elastane, 5% Cotton, 5% Viscose

Care Instructions:

  • Delicate wash 30°
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not iron
  • Do not dry clean


    I love the support it gives and the price is better than I can get elsewhere.

    I had a mastectomy and wear a prosthesis I buy these bra's all the time I find them comfortable with extra support on the should straps very good quality. 

    This bra is an excellent fit, supportive and comfortable. 

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