• About Us
  • Garment Care

Welcome to Wear Ease.  We continually add new products to our popular line of therapeutic compression garments for recovery from surgery and lymphedema, so check back frequently. Here is our latest catalog and a size and fit guide that provides information about all 5 styles of Wear Ease Shorts and Capris with model measurements.

Our Online store is a collection of post-surgical and therapeutic compression garments that we have created with the working knowledge of fitters, health professionals and patients. Your input is always appreciated on what makes a great surgical bra that can be worn during mastectomy recovery, after breast cancer surgery and breast augmentation.

We have responded to your requests for support bras, camisoles bras, front closure bras and long line bras in our designs.  We focus on providing bras that are supportive and comfortable enough to be worn around the clock.

Wear Ease therapeutic compression shapewear is designed to provide compression high under the arm and high on the back.  Our goal is to provide attractive and comfortable products that ensure 100% compliance because you want to wear them! Download a brochure on the Ava Compression Camisole Style 911 with sizes.

All Wear Ease products are proudly made in the USA., designed and sewn by women. 

As a smaller company, we pride ourselves on being able to offer you personalized attention and unforgettable customer service. Our knowledgeable and professional customer service team is always available to assist you.

Launder garments according to the care tag attached to the garment. For best results, wash in a lingerie bag. Do not use chlorine bleach or fabric softener. Tumble dry low or hang to dry. when washing the breast forms, remove the fiberfill first. The drain tube pouches can be washed attached to the band of the garment or separately, attached to each other.

Garment Replacement
Wear Ease Compression garments should be replaced every three to six months, depending on wear, to ensure consistent compression levels. 

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