The Infusion Care Package
The Infusion Care Package
The Infusion Care Package

The Infusion Care Package

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A care package for a loved one who is facing long chemotherapy infusion treatment days. With a Hotelish Robe, a pair of Cozy Socks that offer coverage up through the calves, Better Bedhead Beanie for the head, and (Nothing Up My) Sleeve arm sleeve designed to keep her warm while still providing access to the chemo infusion IV line in her arm, this includes all the items she may need to keep her comfy in one tote bag.

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Send this to a friend or loved one to use during her long chemotherapy infusion days; it is everything she needs to stay chicly cozy and comfortable

  • Do not leave soaking/wet. Do not use softening agents. Make sure to remove all soap residuals (this can damage the fabric protector, Lafgard) Wash with garments of similar colors. Do no use chlorine bleach. Do not twist or wring. Avoid contact with rough surfaces to prevent snagging. Machine wash at low temperature (maximum of 86 °F) Iron at low temperature (maximum of 230 °F) Robe: Machine Wash Cold. Tumble Dry Low, Remove Promptly. Iron Garment Inside-out on Low Heat. Accessories: Machine Wash Cold. Dry on Delicate.
  • Hotelish Robe 47% Cotton 47% Modal 6% Spandex Cozy Socks 95% Polyester 5% Spandex Better Bedhead Beanie 100% Polyester (Nothing Up My) Sleeve 95% Polyester 5% Spandex
  • Made in China/Colombia

With a mid-length robe that provides enough coverage to keep cozy (but not so long that it will drag), non-slip socks that warm the feet and calves, a beanie to protect the chilly head, and a sleeve to keep her arm warm even with an IV line in it, this care package is the next best thing when you can't be there in person to wrap your arms around her.

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