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Breast Cancer: Women’secret Maroc launches sexy Post-Surgery Bras collection 

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Women with breast cancer are also entitled to a pretty and sexy lingerie. On the occasion of Pink October and under the theme #WSMarocCares #ThingsThatDoMatter, Women’secret Morocco and the association Les Amis du Ruban Rose launch, this October 16th, the collection Post-Surgery Bras.

Removing pretty, comfortable and feminine underwear will no longer be a headache for women with breast cancer in Morocco. Along with Les Amis du Ruban Rose association, Women’secret launches its Post-Surgery Bras collection for women with breast cancer .

” Women’secret wants to help make the daily lives of women who have suffered from this disease easier and more bearable, so that they do not give up on their femininity and remain in all their aspects: women , spouses and mothers, ” says Malak Kettani, general manager of KMS Invest, Master Franchise Women’secret.

The Post-Surgery Bras collection, designed five years ago in Spain with specialists in gynecology and oncological mastology, comes in two models of microfiber and cotton bras with lace details and different colors. “They are seamless inside and without frames,” she says. Also in the collection, another post-surgical bra designed for women who have had a mastectomy that can be used immediately after breast cancer surgery. Matching panties are also available for sale.

Malak Kettani adds that ” bras of the Post-Surgery Bras collection are at the same price as any other Women’secret bra”. In short, the group treats all women equally because a woman is above all a woman!

“100% of these two bras’ revenues will be donated to the said association as well as those of two assorted panties but only in this pink October month,” she continues.

The brand made another announcement: the upcoming launch of two swimsuits, a bikini and a one-piece swimsuit, for women with breast cancer. “The Women’secret Morocco initiative will provide women with the means to improve their personal well-being, which is one of the major challenges we face in overcoming the disease, ” as put forward by Latifa Cherif, president of the association  Les Amis du Ruban Rose, who took the opportunity to stress that femininity does not fade away with a breast cancer diagnosis even if it is difficult. ” Do not wait for the storm to pass, but learn to dance in the rain,” she said, emphasizing the importance of screening, including breast self-examination.