It all started when...
The founders met at the Susan G. Women 5K in 2016. The stars were aligned the day the only dedicated female breast surgeon in Prince George's County, Maryland and the business minded beauty queen both decided to walk the 5K in support of Breast Care for Washington. Dr. Hampton and Ms. Jones bonded over their passion for breast cancer survivors. The rest is history.
Cherry Blossom Intimates, opening soon at Woodmore Towne Centre, is the source of intimate-wear for breast cancer survivors and women who seek proper bra fit in the Washington, District of Columbia metropolitan area.
Cherry Blossom Intimates will transform the shopping experience of breast cancer survivors by providing a boutique-like atmosphere for post-mastectomy breast prostheses. The store also offers custom color-matched, one of a kind silicone breast prostheses as well as breast forms, mastectomy bras and a host of other post-surgical supplies. Cherry Blossom will accept all major insurance carriers and will handle all of the medical billing.
Cherry Blossom Intimates' team understands that they are disrupting the mastectomy bra and prosthetic industries. Co-founder, and Miss District of Columbia USA 2016, Jasmine Jones states, “Women of all shapes and sizes and from all medical backgrounds deserve a fantastic intimate wear shopping experience-- and Cherry Blossom Intimates is ready to give it to them.”
In addition to offering bras for survivors, Cherry Blossom Intimates offers options for women who wear larger size bras. The store will carry up to Q cup bras and 3X panties.
Service is paramount at CBI, “I have always focused my practice on delivering great, state of the art services in a personalized manner. This has made my personal practice a sought out facility in Prince George’s County. I will bring this high level of service with a personal touch to Cherry Blossom Intimates so that each customer feels like a member of our family,” says co-founder Dr. Regina Hampton.
“I want to show all women that they are beautiful.”
dr. regina hampton | Co-Founder
Dr. Regina Hampton, FACS
Dr. Hampton is the Medical Director and Founder of the Breast Center at Doctors Community Hospital, the first comprehensive breast center in Prince George’s County, Maryland. She is a board certified general surgeon who has focused her practice on breast health and breast cancer. Her former private practice, Signature Breast Care, was the first breast surgery practice in the county.
Dr. Hampton is also the Medical Director and co-founder of Breast Care for Washington, a non-profit dedicated to providing access to screening mammography regardless of the ability to pay.
A graduate of Howard University and the Medical College of
Pennsylvania, she has published research in oncology. Her experience with treating African American women makes her one of the most sought after surgeons in the DC area.
Former Miss District of Columbia USA and Miss Black District of Columbia USA, Jasmine Jones holds a Bachelor of Business
Administration degree with a concentration in Entrepreneurship from Trinity Washington University. Jasmine holds expansive business development, real estate development and brick and mortar retail development experience.
A public figure, Jasmine serves as an advocate for countless DC area philanthropic organizations. Jasmine is the founder of the Global Literacy Initiative, a public benefit corporation that supports childhood literacy projects and libraries across the world. She serves as Goodwill Ambassador to Sierra Leone and lends her French fluency to organizations as a translator. Jasmine lost her grandmother to breast cancer and is motivated to provide a beautiful shopping experience for all women.
Because of them we can
Entrepreneurs Dr. Regina Hampton and Jasmine Jones are making it their mission to help breast cancer survivors feel confident and beautiful with the upcoming opening of their custom prosthetics and lingerie store in the D.C. area.
Women fighting breast cancer often find themselves mired in a whirlwind of doctors’ visits, chemotherapy sessions, and ongoing bouts of illness triggered by debilitating treatments. These treatments, such as chemotherapy, mastectomies, and radiation, only add to the litany of worries breast cancer survivors face.
A boutique designed for breast cancer survivors will open its doors next spring in Prince George's County. Founded by Breast Cancer Surgeon Dr. Regina Hampton, one of the few breast care surgeons in the county, Cherry Blossom Intimates will be a place where survivors can feel beautiful and comfortable with their bodies.