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Black Crystal Design for Melanoma Awareness in Various Sleeve Colors

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    New Lymphediva design honoring Melanoma Awareness with a black crystal ribbon design found on the wrist.  Available in five must have colors to coordinate with any outfit!

    Garment Features

    • Smooth and seamless lightweight knit construction replicating a 'second skin'
    • 20-30mmHg or 30-40mmHg medical compression
    • State-of-the art moisture-wicking fabric that keeps your arm cool and dry
    • 360° stretch for true comfort and fit, reducing binding at the elbow
    • An infusion of unscented, microencapsulated aloe vera to help soften and moisturize
    • 100% latex and silicone free, including our optional DIVA Diamond Band° gripper
    • Owned & made with love in America


    • Gauntlet or Sleeve 
    • 20-30 or 30-40 mmHg compression

    DIVA Diamond Band Option: A latex-free and silicone-free gripper applied directly to the top cuff of the sleeve. The DIVA Diamond Band helps the sleeve stay up and prevents rolling. All Lymphediva sleeves are available with or without the DIVA Diamond Band.

    About This Brand: The story of LympheDIVAs began in Philadelphia when two young breast cancer survivors, Rachel Troxell and Robin Miller, developed lymphedema, a side effect of breast cancer treatment that can cause permanent swelling in the arms. Their physicians and lymphedema therapists recommended a compression sleeve as the most effective way of controlling the swelling. When they researched the options for the sleeve they found that the only ones available were rough textured, heavy, hot, beige, and bandage-like. Frustrated and dismayed over the lack of options they had for compression sleeves, Robin and Rachel met with Kristin Dudley, a fashion designer, to discuss their idea of creating a more elegant and comfortable compression sleeve.

    In late 2007, Robin left the company. Soon after, Rachel discovered her breast cancer had returned. While she was being treated, she continued building LympheDIVAs, which brought her much joy during a difficult time in her life. Rachel died January 22, 2008, at the age of 37. Her determination and compassion to improve the lives of breast cancer survivors is very much ingrained in the spirit of LympheDIVAs.  At Rachel’s request, her father Dr. Howard Levin and her mother, Judy Levin took over the responsibility of running the company which their daughter helped found. In August of 2010, Rachel’s little brother, Josh Levin, joined the company and is now running it with his parents. They all hope that LympheDIVAs’ compression apparel will continue to inspire breast cancer survivors everywhere to feel as beautiful, strong and confident as Rachel was.

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