Here is what people are saying about Radiant Wrap…

testimonials“This week I’m sharing five of the most helpful things that got me through radiation. If you are patient planning treatment, consider this series of posts as a starting point for elements to consider about treatment. For those of you who may know someone to undergo treatment, think of it as a gift guide or a recommendation to pass on.

First up: hospital gowns. They’re ugly, made of scratchy cotton and can be complicated to wear. I didn’t want to look like just another patient to the staff and I made a point to wear headbands and lipstick hoping to stand out. It kind of worked, but what really made the difference is when I started wearing my @radiantwrap . Was it because I carried myself differently? Was it because I obviously looked different? I’d say both.

I started wearing it just before the last third of my treatment. I had already established a rapport with the techs, but they became even more conversational and helped me put on the wrap at the end of each treatment. Treatment is much more pleasant when you have built a connection with the staff around you!

My skin had become sensitive to the cotton gowns in the latter part of treatment and the Radiant Wrap fabric was such a relief! It was soft and cooling. It soothed my itches and had a comfy loose fit. I even wore it around the house when everything else irritated my skin.

Full disclosure: The wrap was sent to me by the company because they were looking on Instagram to help out a couple patients going through radiation. Also, they didn’t ask me to post about it.

Knowing what I do now, I would’ve paid full price. It will come in handy with procedures in the future, like my port removal at the hospital, when I have a mammogram or visit my breast surgeon.”

– Lindsey
Instagram Post
testimonials2“I was diagnosed December 2015 with Stage 3b Breast Cancer. After 6 months of chemo and a double mastectomy, it was time for radiation treatments. I have found a lot of encouragement and inspiration through Instagram following the journeys of other young breast cancer patients/survivors. One person in particular is Meghan Z. Meghan was about a month ahead of me in her treatments and is very honest and such an inspiration to me. She wore a beautiful Radiant Wrap for her treatments and I immediately looked into their product. As much as I loved the wraps, I debated on spending the money to buy one. My husband told me multiple times I should, but I never did. That’s when Meghan decided to start the “Sisterhood of the Traveling Radiant Wrap.” She posted on Instagram asking for anyone interested to submit their name and tell her why you deserved to receive her Wrap. With the help of my family and friends, I was lucky enough to be chosen to receive her Wrap! I felt like I had won the lottery. I started treatments wearing the ugly blue hospital gowns and was about half way through before the Wrap arrived! I LOVED the Wrap! It really does make you feel much better about the treatments. It looks great and is so comfortable. It was embroidered with “Sisterhood of the Traveling Radiant Wrap” and we also embroidered it with our name, location and date of last treatment. I received so many compliments from the other patients and staff. I’m now finished my treatments and have continued the tradition by passing the wrap on to Alyssa from Massachusetts. She will actually be starting her treatments this week.”

“Breast Cancer Survivor’s Donations Provide Warmth to Inspira Patients”
Please watch this wonderful and “inspiring” video!

– Brooke
New Jersey

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