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Containment sheaths: what they are and what they are for


Containment sheaths: what they are exactly, how they are used and for whom they are particularly useful.

Regarding the containment sheaths and what they are, there are several useful information to know in order to be able to make the right choice before buying them.
First of all it is in fact useful to know that these are garments that can be used both to model one’s figure and to support the back.
So let’s find out everything there is to know about it.

Containment sheaths: what they are for

As already mentioned, the containment sheaths are made of stretch fabric and aimed at shaping the figure.


They can usually be closed with strings, zippers or hooks and can be short (in the shape of shorts) or more extended to wrap a larger area of ​​the body. What is the shaping girdle for, then?
In addition to being used a lot after pregnancy, in order to help the belly to re-enter more easily, it helps to make the wearer appear leaner and also to maintain a correct posture. Effect due to the rigidity of the same which ends up making the movements more fixed. All giving a more harmonious and above all controlled gait.

Containment sheaths: do they work? Here’s what you need to know

If you think about the sheath and the contented girdle, the differences are not many. As already mentioned, the first is simply smaller than the second. Regarding the function, both play an important role in giving greater harmony to the figure, making it slimmer and thus allowing you to wear clothes that otherwise may not fall perfectly.

These are therefore devices that work and that according to some, thanks to the heat exerted on the area, can also be useful for losing weight more easily. Effect that is obtained, of course, by following a healthy and balanced diet and by doing sports.

In this way it will be possible to obtain an effective result thanks to the synergy of the various interventions and while waiting to get back in shape you can help yourself with the use of the sheaths. What matters is not to wear them all the time so as to let the skin breathe as much as needed and to avoid irritation that could become unpleasant to bear.

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