“-For 20 years i have been working with care-taking of the breast during the breastfeeding period. Now i am moving on to the large number of women who has undergone a Breast operation, cosmetic and medical. For this postoperativ phase we have developed the pad that gives the comfort and healing conditions in this delicate phase.”

                                                                                                Jeannette Almstrom

Founder and CEO of LANACare

Dr.Panczel‘s Postoperative Pads is the result of a fruitfull cooperation between Dr.Georg Panczel, head of section of plastic surgery at Østfold Hospital Norway, and Jeannette Almstrøm, CEO of LANACare. The purpose was to develop a unique pad that would make the post operational phase for the breast patient optimal in healing as well as comfort. The pads quality is to maintain normal body temperature in the breasts and to prevent hypothermia which can lead to decreased circulation in the Breast skin. Essential features of the wool such as light warmth and breathability naturally contribute to optimising healing process, making it quicker and smoother.

Dr.Panczel’s Postoperative Pads are made in organic merino wool. Only clean and untreated wool is used. Merino wool is incredibly fine and soft, causing no irritation to the skin, therefore can be used even directly to the skin. Wool regulates body temperature naturally and gives warmth without overheating, which promotes blood circulation. Wool has antibacterial properties. It retains warmth even when wet.

The pads should be used as a warming top-bandage during direct post-operative period or even after – as an additional layer of warmth in the bra. Many women continue to use these pads long after the operation. Low temperature can give an unpleasant effect on the treated area. These pads will give the warmth and softness to reduce this uncomfort.


The pads should be put over the bandaged area, under the bra or fixated under the tubigrip.



• Giving warmth and comfortPO pad with explanations

• Optimal healing condition

• Incredibly soft wool


“As a reconstructive plastic surgeon I was for the first time made aware of your product when my youngest son was born, I was asked by my fiancée to buy some wool breast pads to prevent mastitis. My fiancée is Norwegian and wool/ wool pads have been used by lactating Scandinavian women for some time to prevent and treat mastitis.

In Norway there are an increased number of women with BRCA mutation, these women have an increased risk of developing breast cancer during their lifetime. The treatment is usually prophylactic mastectomy.
I perform many of these types of surgeries in team with a breast surgeon.
In these procedures the breast surgeon performs a so called skin sparing mastectomy and I as a plastic surgeon then reconstruct the breast usually using implants together with skin- muscle flaps or with the use of acellular dermal plates. The main problem is that the skin coverage over the implant can be very thin and thus have compromised circulation and decreased thermal abilities. I have used your wool pads postoperatively routinely since 2012 to maintain normal body temperature in the breasts and to prevent hypothermia which can lead to yet decreased circulation in the breast skin.

The patients tolerate the pads very good and many continue to use the pads even after many weeks because they find them comfortable and they feel less coldness on the reconstructed breast.”

Georg Panczel
Consultant, certified plastic surgeon
Head of section, section of plastic surgery, Østfold Hospital Trust, Norway

The pads have been presented to and evaluated by Irene Wapnir MD, Chief of Breast Surgery Stanford Cancer Institute (the testimony can be read below).


“The pads provide warmth, promote blood flow and potentially reduce ischemic problems to breast skin.”

Irene Wapnir MD
Chief of Breast Surgery
Stanford Cancer Institute, Stanford, USA

Instructions for use:
Put the pad over the bandaged area.

100% organic merino wool.

Wash as follow:
icon_handwash Gentle hand wash in 30 degrees warm water. Use baby shampoo it is the most gentle detergent for wool.

Rinse in 30 Degrees as well. Press the excess water out in a towel. Let the pads dry over a mild heat source.