Anita Tonya Non-Wired Skin Mastectomy Bra

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Tonya is a soft and stylish mastectomy bra ideal for women in recovery after surgery. Supportive padded straps and internal pockets for breast forms make this a great addition to any women’s wardrobe.

Key Features:

  • Soft cup bra combined with smooth microfibre.
  • Snug fitting foam cups have a concealing effect and provide perfect support.
  • Breathable tulle pockets can hold breast forms securely in place.

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.

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, featuring padded straps for additional comfort and support alongside delicate interior pockets for breast forms.


  • 65% Polyester, 25% Nylon, 10% Elastane


  • A modern high-tech blend of polyester or polyamide fibres
  • A dense, closely-woven yarn/fabric which is very light, smooth, soft, hard wearing and breathable

Care Instructions:

  • Hand Wash
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not iron
  • Do not dry clean

    I have Poland's Syndrome so have bought a good many bras in the last 40 odd years. This has been by far the best. Comfortable, high sides, sensible straps, looks good and feels good. I was introduced to this bra by my breast care nurse. Although I haven't suffered a mastectomy being born looking like I've had one means I know the breast care staff in my local hospital well. 

    Very comfortable and pretty bra, great for fuller busted women.

    Great fitting bra.

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