Breast Cancer

Lingerie for Breast Cancer Survivors

Cherry Blossom Intimates is Making Survivors Look and Feel Beautiful
 
The stars were aligned the day the only dedicated female breast surgeon in Prince George’s County, Maryland met a business minded beauty queen. “We met at the Susan G. Komen 5K!” exclaimed founder Dr.  Regina Hampton of Doctors Community Hospital.  “It was definitely a divine start to Cherry Blossom Intimates.”
Cherry Blossom Intimates is the source of intimate-wear for breast cancer survivors and women who seek proper bra fit in the Washington, District of Columbia metropolitan area.  The boutique will transform the shopping experience of breast cancer survivors by providing a boutique-like atmosphere for post-mastectomy products. The store is proud to offer custom color-matched, one of a kind silicone breast prosthesis as well as breast forms, mastectomy bras and a host of other post-surgical supplies. Cherry Blossom will accept all major insurance carriers and will process medical billing in-house.

The Cherry Blossom Intimates is disrupting the mastectomy bra and prosthetic industries. Co-founder, and Miss District of Columbia USA 2016, Jasmine Jones states, “Women of all shapes and sizes and from all medical backgrounds deserve a fantastic intimate wear shopping experience– and Cherry Blossom Intimates is ready to give it to them.”

In addition to offering products for survivors, Cherry Blossom Intimates offers options for women covering the full spectrum of sizes. The store will carry up to Q cup bras and 3X panties.

Related:
Amplifying Black Women's Breast Cancer Stories

Service is paramount at CBI, “I have always focused my practice on delivering great, state of the art services in a personalized manner. This has made my personal practice a sought-out facility in Prince George’s County. I will bring this high level of service with a personal touch to Cherry Blossom Intimates so that each customer feels like a member of our family,” says Co-founder Dr. Regina Hampton.

If you are in the DC area, stop by and see the magic.

Related posts

CEO And Founder Of Sisters Network Inc. Wants Black Women To Take Their Breast Health Seriously

rdanielsr6d7

Could Hair Products Raise Breast Cancer Risk?

rdanielsr6d7

Denard Fobbs, M.D.: From Detection to Prevention

rdanielsr6d7





 

Stay Up-to-Date with Our Weekly "Black Health Matters" Newsletters Straight Into Your Inbox!
SUBSCRIBE!
close-link