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Wick'em's new product provides relief for skin irritations

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Oct '10
Wick'em LLC, maker of the Wick'em Bra Liner, announces an important new product for breast cancer patients who often must endure red, sore, irritated or even blistered skin as a side effect of their treatments. Wearing the Wick'em Bra Liner helps these patients, as this customer attests:

"My mother ... has been using your bra-liners. She finished her 2nd round of chemo Friday. You might recall last round she broke out under her breasts with thrush & blisters. That's why we researched to find something to keep the moisture and her bra off her skin and found you! This round, she has no blisters and no thrush. She is a little red but it is much more manageable this time around versus last. Thank you so much." R.B., Virginia

In honor of breast cancer patients everywhere, Wick'em declares its support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month by donating 10% of all October & November 2010 sales to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Aliso Viejo, California-based Wick'em LLC serves women worldwide by providing an affordable, non-chemical, non-prescription solution to skin irritation in the breast area. Often, these problems can be caused by breast cancer treatments, by perspiration paired with skin-to-skin contact, or by bras (especially underwires) rubbing against sensitive skin.

Wick'em LLC


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