When to use the KPress abdominal compression binder?
- Suitable to use in the first and the second postoperative recovery phase as your surgeon suggests
- Suitable after tummy tuck and abdomen liposuction
- TIP: Abdomen belts can be worn on their own, but it’s recommended to combine with compression garment and KPad for better comfort and to maximize the result.
- KPress abdomen belt is our newest addition to LIPOELASTIC® range suitable after tummy tuck and abdominal liposuction
- Abdominal belt provides maximum possible compression for the abdomen
- Fastening consists of two strips that securely cover each other and won’t open by themselves
- On the outside of Velcro is a protective piece of fabric, so the Velcro won’t catch on your clothes
- The belt is reinforced with 3 flexible ligaments that ensure the correct shape and prevent belt from deformation while the body is moving
- New type of closure is easier for wearing under clothes, it has resistant fabric on the outside of velcro so it won’t catch on other fabrics
- The material has been awarded Oeko-Tex certificate, which guarantees the absence of harmful or allergenic substances (such as latex, etc.)
- Material composition:
- Black : 27 % POLYAMIDE, 28 % ELASTANE, 27 % POLYESTER, 8 % COTTON
- Natural : 61 % POLYAMIDE, 28 % ELASTANE, 8 % COTTON, 3 % POLYESTER
How to wear and use LIPOELASTIC Abdominal belt?
1. Before you start, remove all your clothes except for underwear so that the measurement is not distorted – it is the only way to get the most accurate results. Also, it is important to stand upright, have a loose belly and breathe naturally.
2. When the measurements are taken, the measuring tape must be in a horizontal position. The tape must not point downwards or upwards so as not to distort the measurements.
3. When taking measurements, do not tighten the tape around your body, it must touch the body, but must not be too tight or too loose.
4. Write all measurements on paper and re-measure again for accuracy.
Please, measure yourself couple of times to be sure of your sizing in each body area. Take note of your measurements pre-surgery as this can be referred to later, to check the healing progress and to indicate where the post-surgery Oedema is moving to.
Do you fall in between sizes?
For most women, hips are the widest body part. If your hips fall into a higher size category than your waist, you should always choose the size that is applicable to your hips. If on the other hand, your hip measurements fall into a smaller size than your waist measurement (prior to a surgery), then you would go down a size in the waist to reflect the hip measurements.
Please consult the sizing charts if in any doubt.