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Bosom Buddy Breast Pillow BY BosomBuddy

Bosom Buddy Breast Pillow

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    Get ready for sweet dreams and more beautiful days. With the bosombuddy breast pillow, you'll look better, feel better, and get a restful, rejuvenating night's sleep. If you're a side sleeper who is experiencing discomfort or other side effects from breast compression during the night, i.e. upper chest wrinkles, the bosombuddy pillow is for you. If you are waiting for breast reduction surgery, or are looking for post-surgical relief, then the breast pillow can provide valuable comfort. Once you try it, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.

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  • The bosombuddy breast pillow is an environmentally friendly product. Its compact, contoured design consists of a high-quality memory foam core with a soft, removable cover made of washable Polartec® wicking fabric that is pleasant against the body and night-sweat friendly.

    The outer-mesh bag that this pillow comes in, has been designed for use in laundering the cover of your bosombuddy breast pillow. Remove the outer pillow cover and hand wash or machine wash in cold water on gentle cycle. Remove pillow cover from mesh bag and lay flat to dry. Do not put in dryer.

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  • Product IDiva:   TBB-BB-2012-A
  • Delivery:  

    We currently offer standard shipping which takes approximately 7-9 business days. If you require urgent expedited delivery, please email us at or give us a call on 1 855 345-2873

  • Return Policy :  

    If you decide to return or exchange the product you purchased, the first thing you will need to do is inform us by 
    email:, or call us Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm EST at: 1-855-345-2873.

    We accept returns within 60 days. Customer is responsible for shipping  costs. All returns  will be charged 1$ handling fee. 


  • Finding A Lump

    Finding A Lump

    • Posted by Shelly
    • | August 21, 2014

    OCTOBER 17, 2013 In October of 2013, I was enjoying our annual family camping trip and noticed a hard lump on the side of my right breast. I noticed it because sometimes if I lay on it the wrong wa...

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    Last treatment 8/5/2014

    • Posted by Jen
    • | August 19, 2014

    August 5th was my last “chemo” (not the bad chemo that makes you sick, but a biotherapy targeted medicine that’s administered like chemo.) I’m all done! No more! We scheduled my port remova...

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