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Cardiff & Vale Breast Centre | Men's Care Box

Cardiff & Vale Breast Centre | Men's Care Box

Because men get breast cancer too. This Cardiff & Vale Breast Centre Care Box is a thoughtful way to show the man in your life that you are there to support them through their breast cancer diagnosis. And the best bit is that we make a £7 donation to the Cardiff & Vale Breast Centre Appeal for each box that is purchased.


Cardiff & Vale Breast Centre Men's Care Box contains:


💙 Dammit Doll

💙 This Book Could Help

💙 Udderly Smooth Extra Care Cream

💙 Vermints

💙 Gin Gins Chewy Ginger Candy

💙 Spacemask

💙 Foam Stress Ball

💙 Here For You Postcard

💙 Product Information Sheet

  • Dammit Doll

    A cancer diagnosis is stressfull and these cute Dammit Dolls are a light hearted stress management tool. Whenever your loved one feels the urge to shout or destroy something, they can simply grab this Dammit Doll and give it a good old whack.


    This Book Could Help

    Our body needs maintaining to keep it healthy. So does our mind. Sounds simple, but tired and outdated ideas that tell men how they ought to be, mean the message sometimes gets lost. This Book Could Help is the Men’s Head Space Manual and contains techniques and exercises for living which could really help. Filled with straightforward, expert advice and simple techniques This Book Could Help will help you prioritise yourself and meet challenges in areas such as dealing with stress.


    Udderly Smooth Extra Care Cream with 10% Urea - 114g

    Udderly Smooth Extra Care Cream is often recommended by healthcare professionals for oncology skin care. It's a non-greasy, deeply moisturising cream which helps to prevent peeling and cracking of the skin, particularly during chemotherapy treatment. Udderly Smooth Extra Care Cream contains 10% urea which is well-known for its hydrating, exfoliating and protecting properties. Fragrance free.


    Vermints - Peppermint - 40g

    Mint is also well known for easing nausea and we’ve specifically chosen Vermints because they have ditched all the unpleasant health-harming, chemically-modified ingredients that you usually find in mints and made super tasty mints from nature and nature only.


    Gin Gins Chewy Ginger Candy- 84g

    Ginger is an ancient herb used widely throughout history for its many natural medicinal properties. The best available evidence demonstrates that ginger is an effective treatment for nausea and vomiting which can be an unfortunate side effect of chemotherapy. These chewy ginger sweets are a popular and enjoyable alternative to anti-nausea medicine.


    A breast cancer diagnosis is stressful. From the moment your loved one opens the spacemask self heating sleep mask, they will be temptingly invited on a journey of relaxation. Spacemasks make a great, indulgent treat for anyone facing the stress of a cancer diagnosis. Cruelty free and vegan. Single Mask.


    Foam Stress Ball

    Stress balls are great for relieving the tension and pent up frustration that a cancer diagnosis can cause. The act of repeatedly squeezing a stress ball can help to release tension and relieve stress and is an activity that your loved one can do anywhere. Stress balls can also be used to:

    - help improve mood

    - provide a distraction from an overwhelming situation, like cancer treatment

    - help to reduce pain and anxiety 

    - help to pump veins which is useful if your loved one is having IV chemotherapy

    - help to ease peripheral neuropathy.


    Here For You Postcard

    Our exclusive 'Here For You' postcard is a perfect way to send a message to your loved one. We can write the message for you - just let us know when you check out.


    Product Information Sheet

    Our product information sheet provides your loved one with an explanation of the contents of their Care Box - explaining why each product has been chosen and how they can help to ease some of the side effects of your loved one’s breast cancer treatment.


    The purchase of this Care Box also contributes £7 to the Cardiff & Vale Breast Centre Appeal.

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