Order & Ogónquiries

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Once you have signed up to our newsletter, we will keep you updated on upcoming promotions, discounts, new products on offer, as well as competitions and current trends.

Yes, of course. Just call us or email us at sklep.noshi@wp.pl.

Style & Size

The colour of the product in the photos may look different on different monitors. The colour of our photos is calibrated to the original colour, unfortunately we cannot guarantee that it will not be distorted on the Buyer's monitor.

We try to keep the measurements of each garment size the same. You will find a complete size chart for each model as well as advice on how to measure yourself in the size chart tab.

We replenish our stock of scrubs as quickly as possible. Our collections are produced in limited quantities and are usually available on the website for a few weeks.

Delivery & Payment

Orders are usually dispatched the next working day. Orders placed before 11.30 a.m. are usually dispatched the same day. Please add the time of transport by courier to the delivery time.

The shipping cost is listed under the delivery and payment tab

1-3 working days.

Yes, of course. We send parcels to most European countries.

Once you have received your discount code for NOSHI products, follow the steps below:

Add the product(s) to your basket.

On the right-hand side of the order summary, click on the link "Do you have a promotional code?".

Enter and confirm your code.

When the correct code is entered, the order value will be reduced by the discount granted.

We accept debit/credit card payments, BLIK and Google Pay, cash on delivery and quick transfers. If you have any problems with your order, please send us an email.

Returns & Exchanges

It is possible to exchange the product for another one within 14 days of receiving the package. The product should then be sent back to us at the address: Roźwienica 177, 37-565 Roźwienica with the exchange form attached.

You can return the purchased product within 14 days of receiving the package. A completed returns form must be enclosed with the return.

It will take 1-14 days from the time the return is sent back.

Washing & Maintenance

We recommend washing our scrubs at 40°C.

Social media

Yes, we have profiles on Instagram and Facebook.

Medical clothing

Traditional white is associated with cleanliness, hygiene and professionalism: key in the medical environment. Blue, on the other hand, evokes associations such as calmness, trust and stability. Green is associated with nature, relaxation and regeneration. Green uniforms are often found among surgical staff, as they the colour helps relieve eye fatigue caused by looking at bright surfaces for long periods of time. A neutral and discreet grey, it is also a practical colour as it masks minor dirt well. Pink uniforms are often used by medical staff working with children, pregnant women or cancer patients, as well as in the beauty industry.

The most traditional and popular medical garments are smock, commonly known as an apron. Medics, like no other professional group, are associated with white aprons. Over the years, there has been a clear progression in medical fashion and now medical aprons or scrubs are offered in much more interesting forms than just a few years ago.

Scrubs are unique garments that have revolutionised the way healthcare professionals dress around the world. They are characterised above all by their simple, loose fit, which allows freedom of movement during various medical procedures. They usually consist of a short sweatshirt and straight cut trousers with an elastic waistband or cord. They are usually made of lightweight, breathable materials that provide comfortable all-day wear.

The nursing apron can be called in different ways, depending on the region or the specific working environment. The most common name is simply 'apron', but you will also encounter terms such as 'uniform', 'kitel' or 'business attire'.. All these names refer to the same item of clothing, which is essential to the work of nurses.