When it comes to shaping your body for weight loss, there are different types of choices out there. In the past, you may be familiar with the term "body wraps" while the term "body shapers" is all the rage today. Let's take a look between the two different concepts and see what they hold in common and vice versa.
One thing is to lose weight and another thing is to shape your waist and make your abs and legs look hard and fit. You can lose weight just by eating healthy but your waist may not look exactly the way you would like. That is why you must use the right combination of diet, exercise and if you want, the use of a body shaper to help you mold your body as you lose weight.
The correct use of a bodyshaper can help you recover the body appearance that you had previous to your pregnancy, but you must understand that in order to get true results you must accompany the use of a bodyshaper with a good and balanced diet and proper exercise.
Bodyshapers made of Powernet need special care while washing in order to maintain their quality and compression strength. It is best to hand wash only and you should never put your bodyshaper in a dryer machine, because it will alter the latex material that is within the fibers, and the quality will significantly diminish.