Riverside, MO (PRWEB) July 09, 2011
In 1963, the first medical alert bracelets were offered in stainless steel: one for men, one for women, and one for kids. They were a good idea, but the heavy steel chains were uncomfortable, ugly, and impersonal. It was difficult to convince fashion-forward people to wear the chunky medical bracelets – even though they could save lives.
And yet, those bulky stainless steel medical bracelets are still around today, threatening to embarrass stylish teenagers, children, and adults by highlighting their medical conditions in a less-than-fashionable way.
That’s why entrepreneurs Denise Gaskill and LeAnn Carlson have decided it is time for a change. Lauren's Hope has revolutionized medical alert jewelry, stopping the crime against style in its tracks. Say goodbye to your traditional idea of an ugly, old 1960s medical ID and say hello to Lauren’s Hope, the chic new way to wear your important medical information and keep yourself safe.
Lauren’s Hope offers a breath of fresh air and a sigh of relief for people who need to wear medical alert bracelets, and for parents who have to convince their stylish-yet-stubborn kids to do the same. The company is dedicated to staying up to date with modern styles, designing trendy medical ID bracelets and necklaces that men, women, kids and teens feel good about wearing. Lauren's Hope currently offers hundreds of handmade, interchangeable bracelet strands, necklaces, sports bands and medical ID tags on their site, http://www.laurenshope.com, to accommodate any sense of style. With creative new bracelet ideas always in the works, you can be sure that Lauren’s Hope is always on the forefront of fashion – especially when it comes to medical jewelry.
After almost fifty years of the same old, same old, we hope that you will join us in our quest to transform medical jewelry, boost self-confidence, encourage individuality, save lives, and have hope for the millions of people whose lives have been touched by a serious medical condition. Visit http://www.LaurensHope.com.