Make Showering Easier With Cancer Kit

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Product Description

We know that cancer treatment can leave you very fatigued and sore. Often it is hard to reach certain areas of your body while showering and you can’t stand up for long periods of time.

Continue showering and bathing even if you have difficulty or pain moving, and if you need to keep sore areas of skin dry, with our useful Showering Kit Bundle.

The kit includes:

  • Long Handled Net Sponge (RRP £5.99): The handle allows difficult areas to be washed, especially for those with restricted reach.
  • LimbO Adult Elbow/PICC Line Cover (RRP £13.95): This is a comfortable, easy-to-use, reusable waterproof protector which can be completely submerged in water. Suitable for both bath or showers it provides a soft watertight neoprene seal that protects your PICC line but does not constrict blood flow. 
  • Shower stool (RRP £16.69): Sit down comfortably on this highly durable seat when showering to increase your comfort and make it a more relaxing experience.


Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

“After surgery, it was very hard to stand in the shower fore more than five minutes and I found it very difficult to reach certain parts of my body. This kit has made showering less stressful and uncomfortable for me.”  

How do I use it?

The M65 will fit an upper arm circumference between 25-29cm.

The M75 will fit an upper arm circumference between 30-40cm.

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

  1. David - Wednesday, 19 October 2016

    Made life so much easier

    I had a PICC line fitted recently and was using a bin bag to protect the site when showering. This kit is a real life saver, I can now enjoy having a shower again without the soreness and faff I was used to.