The ParkPuff™ Seatbelt Pillow for Breast Cancer Patients

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Hi, I'm Rachel Park.

 

I'm a breast cancer survivor/awareness advocate, tie designer, and founder of Rachel Park Designs + Survivor Moda. 

In September of 2014, I felt a small lump in my breast. I was devastated when doctors confirmed my worst fears, and I was diagnosed with Stage IIB triple-negative breast cancer. After 15 rounds of chemotherapy, three surgeries and 32 radiation treatments, I'm thankful to officially be declared cancer-free! 

Watch all of the ways Aniela McGuinness, former co-founder of Cancer Grad, awesomely uses her ParkPuff™! (NOTE: This giveaway is CLOSED.)

Car comfort exactly when you need it.

During treatment, I used my sewing skills to help my fellow survivors and created The ParkPuff™, a stylish chest-comforting, go-anywhere seatbelt pillow for breast cancer patients worldwide. 

With a portable and stylish design, The ParkPuff™ seatbelt pillow allows your chest to travel in comfort while in the car — whether you're driving or riding — in any country. (I made one for myself after surgery and have been using it daily ever since!)

All ParkPuffs are handmade with love by me in Los Angeles. 💗

The two things I needed most post-mastectomy: my sense of humor and this chest cushion.
— Caddie
 Left: Me during chemotherapy, wearing one of my signature scarves; Right: At my first fashion event, shortly after my final breast cancer surgery.

Left: Me during chemotherapy, wearing one of my signature scarves; Right: At my first fashion event, shortly after my final breast cancer surgery.

Surviving in Style.

Often told I’m ‘too young for cancer,’ I’m especially passionate about helping other young breast cancer survivors feel less alone.

With a background in fashion, I was determined to keep my fashion sense during treatment. Not a fan of wigs and wanting to look more natural, I experimented with scarves during chemo and received lots of compliments. Cancer took many things from me, but I wouldn't let it take my style!

Although everyone kept telling me that I didn't "look sick" (I WAS), staying stylish was important to me, and the extra confidence boost helped me feel better through it all. I wanted to create a helpful resource for other breast cancer survivors to not forget their sense of style during treatment, and Survivor Moda (which is a play on "survivor mode," plus moda means "fashion" in Spanish) was born. 

 

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