Features & benefits

Features Benefits
Clothes look entirely normal > Patients feel like themselves and keep their self confidence
Discreet openings for IV lines, drains, monitors, examinations, treatments and massages > Nurses able to give more respectful & efficient care, and patients stay well covered and comfortable
Full arm opening enables independent dressing and undressing (for many) even with IV lines in place > Patients can decide for themselves when they want to shower, change, get ready for bed
Exterior pockets > Able to carry personal items e.g. cellphone, money, tissues
Soft, gently elasticated fabric > Comfortable to wear
Wrap design and/or poppers to adjust size > Accommodates patients’ changes in weight and shape
Made from natural fibres, washable at 40 degrees C > Patients’ bodies able to better control temperature and thus odour
Contrast poppers/snap tape and red guide lines provided > Makes it easier to see the poppers and prevent mis-poppering
No metal parts > Can be worn safely for MRIs and x-rays. Tested!

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INGA Wellbeing has closed


Thank you for visiting our website.  After three and a half years of trading, we took the difficult decision to close our doors in December 2019.  Thank you to all who shared our commitment to improving patient wellbeing with adapted clothing suited to the realities of medical treatment. Together we achieved so much – please view our three minutes of memories here.

  • If would like to purchase some of our clothing, we encourage you to contact AnnaDane Wellness, based in Texas USA.
  • If you are a company or charity that is interested in producing our patient clothing, we have decided to offer our award-winning designs for free. You can use them as they are, or as the basis of your own collection. Please contact Claire Robinson at claireingawellbeing@google.com, if you would like to know more.
  • If you are a hospital that would like to offer your patients an improved experience and improve their emotional, mental and physical wellbeing, our institutional collection is being further developed and tested by a Dutch university hospital and we would be delighted to put you in touch with them. Please contact Nikla Lancksweert at niklaingawellbeing@google.com

We wish you all the very best for the future,

The INGA Wellbeing team:

Claire, Nikla, Fiona and Christine