When Stephanie Devine was diagnosed with breast cancer 10 years ago, she found herself struggling to find a bra to suit her needs.'I was unable to find a cotton-lined, non-wired bra in my cup size that wasn't a maternity bra, to get me through chemo,' Stephanie, from Sydney, told FEMAIL.Since that point, she confessed she's been 'obsessed' with making 'the perfect non-wired bra in natural fibres'.The result is The Very Good Bra, whose slogan is 'no wire, no toxins, no waste'. The product will launch in April and is made from sustainably-farmed Eucalyptus trees and natural fibres.Speaking to FEMAIL about the need for the bra, Stephanie confessed she has always been interested in the 'buy less, buy better' movement.However, this reached a high point when she was diagnosed with breast cancer and wanted something toxin-free for her recovery:'I spent four years working on a non-wired bra,' she said.'The more I've learned about materials, the more I've had to re-calibrate my thinking in terms of what is "good". Once you discover that it takes 20,000 litres of water to produce a kilogram of cotton, organic or not, it really gets you thinking.'When you realise that apparel is the second-largest polluting industry in the world behind oil and gas, and that 40 per cent of landfill is clothing, you realise that if things are going to change, you need to do your bit.'She spent the past 18 months developing The Very Good Bra as a result.The Very Good Bra is made from a botanic fibre called Tencel, which comes from sustainably-farmed Eucalyptus trees:'They require minimal water for growth and processing,' Stephanie explained.'The tencel is knitted and organically dyed in Melbourne. We have tree-rubber and elastic sourced from sustainably-managed plantations, which is then knitted into organic cotton to make strap elastic, and our metals are cadmium and nickel free.'But while the entrepreneur is proud of her creation, she said it's just a 'drop in the ocean'.Though she is not advocating 'zero-waste wardrobes', Stephanie said she is trying to 'raise public awareness about waste and landfill'.'People need to think harder about their buying choices,' she added.'Buy less and buy better.'Lastly, Stephanie shared the other small things you can do to help the planet:'Ditch plastic straws, bottles and bags to start with,' she said.'Invest in a keep cup and make it part of your normal coffee routine.'Wherever possible, don't take the packaging when shopping and where there are two comparable options, choose the one that is consciously trying to be clean.'The Very Good Bra will launch in April. To find out more, you can visit the website here.You can also follow them on Instagram here, and use the hashtags #PledgeforthePlanet and #WireFreeWasteFree.