(Filed Under wholesale Mastectomy News). The Beth is the most popular post-surgical camisole, designed for wearing after surgery, in the Wear Ease collection, and has proven to be a successful entry point for resellers looking to try the company’s products.
The Beth “provides support and comfort after surgery and throughout recovery,” according to Wear Ease. “It is packaged with a pair of detachable pouches to hold drains, and a pair of fiberfill breast forms. After surgery, while drains are in place, it can be challenging to find workable clothing solutions. Frequently women feel well enough to leave the house and resume aspects of their normal life. Having a camisole like the Beth, that can secure the drains, makes it possible for them to move around. The built-in band allows the flexible positioning of the drain pouches as well as an inner shelf bra to support remaining breast/s.”
The target market for the Beth, according to the company, “is mastectomy boutiques, DMEs and hospitals that market to women and healthcare professionals. The consumer for this product is anyone who is going to have surgery for any type of breast procedure. This camisole can be worn after a wide range of surgical procedures and treatments including: mastectomy, lumpectomy, breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast reconstruction and transition during recovery. Users like the support and adjustability of this camisole and the lightweight feel of the fabric (95% cotton and 5% spandex). Women love our unique styling that provides exceptional support. The combination of the built-in shelf bra and adjustable straps makes it especially easy to fit and comfortable to wear, and it does not show under clothing. This item is sometimes worn for up to 18 months after surgery.”
Sizes range from misses: XS, S, M, L and XL; and women’s: 1X, 2X, 3X and 4X. The Beth is offered in white.
Wholesale price for style 903, the camisole with a pair of drain tube pouches, is $34. Wholesale price for style 904, the camisole with a pair of drain tube pouches and a pair of fiberfill forms, is $38. Volume discounts are available. “This item may be covered by insurance or Medicare,” according to Wear Ease.
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