What is Anita care?
The perfect fit - Maximum comfort - A high quality standard - A fashionable, feminine look
Every year, about 75,000 women in Germany are diagnosed with breast cancer. A diagnosis that not only completely derails the life of those affected but also means great change. Anita care wants to support the affected women in any way they can through this difficult time with their care products. The goal is to make these women feel comfortable and secure in themselves, as well as helping them see their beauty and femininity.
Based on many years of experience and working with women affected by breast cancer, Anita care is an expert in the area of breast care.
The right post-op care is always needed after any operation, and this includes a breast augmentation, mastectomy, conservation as well as enhancement or reduction.
The Anita care range also provides specialist products, including compression bras, lymphatic relief bandages and much more to support a quick healing process.
The Anita TriProVita system
Breast prostheses, specialist bras and swimwear from one supplier
Specialist bras, swimwear and breast prostheses - together, these three elements make up the TriProVita system by Anita. All models are developed by ANITA Dr. Helbig GmbH and manufactured in the company’s own factories so that all products are perfectly co-ordinated.
In this way, you can be sure that you are wearing products that comply with the highest quality standard . Anita care mastectomy bras and mastectomy swimwear offer you the best support, an excellent fit and maximum comfort that feels natural on the skin.
How was Anita care created?
Dr. Christine Weber-Unger - the mother of the current owner - had a pivotal role in the development of shapewear and swimwear products for post-op mastectomy patients. She dedicated herself with great passion to the physical circumstances of women and developed, with practical understanding, special products for these situations.
The Segment mastectomy bra was created in the 60s because an employee fell ill and had to undergo a mastectomy. With the simplest resources, Dr. Weber-Unger began to sew fabric prosthesis that were filled with rice. The first bras were also created around the same time into which these prostheses could be integrated.
The early 70s brought about the innovation of placing silicone in a casing of skin-like material to create a significantly more natural breast prosthesis. Dr. Weber-Unger picked up on this idea and ANITA perfected it in series production.