Community Breast Care is here to provide advice for all women. From a young girl upwards we all should be educated on how a bra should be fitted. So if you are 40+ then you to need to know how a bra should fit.
As you may have gathered, Community Breast Care wants to educate all young girls from the ideal age of eight upwards. This is because as a Bra Adviser with over ten years’ experience, I know how important it is to look after your breast. I also know how difficult it can be to get a bra fitting with an adviser who has compassion, and empathy as well as discretion.
As our youngsters are developing earlier than previous generations I want to protect them against any medical conditions, which can be caused by ill-fitting bras and to encourage them to start wearing a little crop-top as soon as their little buds start to grow, and to educate them how and when a bra should be fitted. This will give them the tools later in life to be able to bra fit themselves and their children of our future.
Because I am a Mom and also in my forties, I know it was very rare to be taken for a bra fitting all those years ago. I also know from being a bra fitter and adviser that nine out of ten ladies are wearing the wrong size bra and the majority of these women are of mature age.
For some reason when it comes to a bra size, older women think they are the same size they have always been and that one size in any bra will fit. This is however not the case as some bras will come up bigger than others due to being made from different materials and manufactured by different companies. Also not all bras suit all ladies due to style, shape and construction of the bra.
Community Breast Care therefore is offered to large and small companies for all their female staff, who want to be given the correct information to help them choose the right bra for them, for maximum support and comfort while at work or home.
Community Breast Care is tailored to fit in with health and wellbeing days. This will be a fun visual and interactive presentation offered to all who wish to take part.
Community Breast Care would like to remind ladies to carry out self-examination and the need to be breast aware.
Please click the link for self-examination. This will give you some helpful advice on when and how to carry this out.