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Breast Cancer and Ruby Ribbon*

If you've had a mastectomy, lumpectomy, or experiencing lymphedema, Misty has tailored solutions for you, including styles for prosthetics. Ruby Ribbon offers comfort and confidence, empowering women in every step of their journey.

Ruby Ribbon Bra Alternatives for Mastecomy



Support and Empowerment

Elevating Confidence, Celebrating Survivors.

Who can benefit?

  • Women in various stages of their breast cancer journey.

  • Those who have undergone lateral and bilateral mastectomies with or without reconstruction.

  • Women who have had a lumpectomy.

  • Individuals dealing with lymphedema.

  • Compression: Enjoy variable all-over compression with 360-degree stretch, ensuring a frictionless fit for every shape and size.

  • Back Support: Experience full and upper back support that promotes better posture and provides additional core support.

  • Moisture Wicking: Crafted from nylon spandex, our fabric is moisture-wicking, antimicrobial, and antibacterial, keeping you dry and comfortable.

  • Care Instructions: Easy maintenance with machine washability in cold, gentle cycles. Air dry and use regular detergent, avoiding oxyclean, bleach, fabric softener, or woolite.

  • Gripper Edge: Stay in place with our surgical-grade silicone gripper edge, latex-free, and rigorously tested for reliability.

  • Affordable: Explore affordable alternatives to traditional bras, ranging from $62 to $98, offering longer-lasting durability with proper care.


  • Accommodates asymmetrical breasts, providing a breast cancer bra option.

  • Demis and Camis are wire-free with no hard surfaces, gentle on surgery scars.

  • Prosthesis stays securely in place under Cami or Demiette, some with petal pockets.

  • Offers the option to step into a Cami or choose traditional over-the-head style.

  • Wire-Free Comfort: Discover wire-free camis and demiettes accommodating sizes from 28AA to 50Q, promoting breast health.

  • Support Choices: Choose from light, full, and ultra-support options, featuring molded cups that conform to each unique breast shape.

  • High-Quality Fabric: Experience the high-quality patented fabric called INTOMI®️, uniquely adaptable to a woman's ever-changing body.

  • Personalized Fittings: We offer in-person or group fittings by appointment, and virtual fittings are also available to ensure a perfect fit for every woman.

*The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Survivor Testimonial

Hey there! I'm Valerie, aka the pink warrior!

I’m currently flat on my right side and have an implant on my left. And, my hips are about 43. I’m wearing the Sleek Tank in a 36 and size large High Waist Shaping Short.

The new Sleek Tank is perfect for those of us going through breast reconstruction. The petal pockets are big enough to fit my prosthetic, and I couldn't be happier!

prosthetic in Sleek Shape Cami Ruby Ribbon

Ruby Ribbon & Insurance Information

While we cannot directly process insurance claims online due to insurance guidelines, you may have the opportunity to seek reimbursement for your Ruby Ribbon purchases. To assist you in this process, we've outlined a basic step-by-step guideline.

However, it's important to recognize that insurance plans and benefits vary widely. Our steps do not guarantee payment, nor do they ensure full reimbursement, as individual outcomes may differ. We strongly recommend reaching out to your insurance provider for comprehensive details on their requirements and procedures, as our guide serves as a general overview of how to proceed. Your insurance provider will provide the most accurate and specific guidance regarding your unique situation.

Insurance Coverage for Mastectomy Products:

  • In the U.S., Medicare establishes general guidelines for coverage and benefits application.

  • Currently, Medicare partially reimburses for:

    • Four to six mastectomy bras with pockets close to the chest, annually, or as medically needed and indicated by your doctor.

    • Additional bras due to surgery or weight changes.

    • Up to three camisoles per month, when medically necessary.

  • These Medicare guidelines generally align with private insurers, but specifics may differ.

What May Vary with Private Insurers:

  • The number of allowed pocketed bras or camisoles.

  • The reimbursement amount for each product.

  • Currently, on our site, only pocketed bras and tank top camisoles with petal pockets are eligible for reimbursement.

  • Breast forms are not required, but the garment must have pockets.

Coverage Amount:

  • Coverage varies based on your insurer and plan.

  • Each company and plan determines a reasonable and customary fee schedule for billed products.

  • This amount can significantly differ between insurance companies and even plans under the same carrier.

  • For example, Medicare reimburses $31.39 per bra in Colorado, but only $26.68 per bra in Florida.

  • To find out your potential reimbursement, contact your health insurance carrier and inquire about the fee schedule or reimbursement for billing code L8000 (mastectomy bra with pockets).

Factors Affecting Reimbursement:

The total reimbursement amount you receive may be influenced by several factors:

  • What your insurance plan considers a reasonable and customary fee.

  • Your copayment or coinsurance responsibility.

  • Whether the product is subject to your deductible.

  • Whether your deductible has been met.

  • The fact that we are considered an out-of-network company.

How to Obtain Reimbursement:

We strongly emphasize the importance of discussing this process with your benefits coordinator or health insurance plan to ensure you have all necessary requirements and understand their reimbursement rates. To initiate reimbursement, you will likely need to provide the following:

  1. A prescription from your physician specifying the need for a mastectomy or pocketed bra or camisole and the quantity needed.

  2. A diagnosis code from your physician, typically included in your prescription.

  3. An itemized receipt, which you'll receive via email after making your purchase.

  4. The reimbursement form mandated by your insurance provider.

Your physician's office should be familiar with the reimbursement procedure and can provide you with the necessary prescription details. Additionally, some insurance providers may require pre-authorization for products, a step that can typically be initiated through your physician's office. It's advisable to discuss these specifics with your insurance provider to ensure a smooth reimbursement process.

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