Lightweight Prostheses Triangle

Lightweight Prostheses Triangle


Postage is free on all Glamozon purchases!

Our lightweight silicone prostheses give you a natural shape, they are approximately 100 grams lighter than a standard prosthesis and are more firm, without the more lifelike suppleness of the standard silicone.  They are slightly more firm and perky than real breast tissue.

For a lightweight prostheses, it is recommended to wait a minimum of 6 weeks after surgery to allow healing, a fabric one can be used immediately following surgery.

Our lightweight silicone prostheses are available in a variety of sizes and we are looking at having more sizes available in the future. For detailed information on how to work out which size you need, please read the information below before ordering.

Once you have decided on your size:

  1. Select your size from the drop down box below
  2. Select how many of that item you want to buy eg: 1 or 2 (use the up or down arrows to select number)
  3. Click add to cart
  4. If you’re ready to finalize your purchase, select ‘view cart’ at the top of your page or select Look In My Cart

SKU: A-02-01 Category:


This is your second option in the styles of prostheses that Glamozon offers, the lightweight version of our standard silicone ones. They are approximately 1/3 lighter than a standard prosthesis and so are more suitable for activewear- sports etc.


As we are an online company it is not possible to try our products on as you would in a shop. You should know your size, as accurately as possible, before making any purchases. If you feel any discomfort, or have any problems with the look or feel of your prostheses after purchase, please let us know. To work out your correct size, please read our sizing page before ordering.

Unilateral mastectomy (one breast removed)

It is important to have a prosthesis that matches your remaining breast. If you can find a good fitting bra for your breast then you can get a prosthesis to match that size.

Bilateral mastectomy (both breasts removed)

You can choose to have the size prostheses you prefer. You can go smaller than you naturally were, as long as you are happy with your chest/scar coverage, or, if you want to go bigger you can, but should keep in mind that you may not be used to the extra weight so it may be uncomfortable on your back, neck or shoulders. Most fitters would recommend only going up or down a cup size from your original, natural breast size, to be comfortable and compliment your body shape.


Lightweight silicone prostheses are made of a soft, yet slightly firm, smooth, lightweight silicone rubber material with a thin film cover. They have less flexibility/drop of real breast tissue or the equivalent standard silicone. These prostheses have a small nipple like feature that is easily concealed within a bra.

Lightweight silicone prostheses come in a milky, creamy white tone.

Below are some photos to help show the silicone prostheses texture:




The colour of our lightweight silicone prostheses is what is generally referred to as ‘nude’. A beige colour, so they are non-descript underneath your clothing. We understand that many products are called ‘nude’ without considering the fact that caucasian ‘nude’ is not a universal skin colour! we’re endeavouring to have more skin tones available in the future so please keep an eye out on our website.

Below we have some photographs of our lightweight silicone prostheses, to give you a better idea of our standard colour tone.





Each lightweight silicone prosthesis comes with a removable cover to protect it, as well as to help the skin breathe better by absorbing perspiration.  There is a pocket in the back of the cover that the prosthesis simply slides into. Covers are soft, with an 100% cotton back in a beige  (standard “nude” skin) colour, as pictured below:

Prosthesis inside a protective cover (front)

Empty cover (front)






Prosthesis inside a protective cover (back)

Empty cover (back)

Taking Care of your Prostheses:

Silicone prostheses are easy to care for. To clean them just hand wash in warm water (below 40 degrees) and then air dry/ pat dry with a soft towel. They should not be subjected to very hot sunlight or excessive heat and you need to be careful to not pierce them with anything sharp. Store it in its box when not in use. Cleaning and looking after your prostheses properly will help them to last longer.