Fitting & Sizing
I am having a lipo on my tummy and I want to buy the 2003. I measured myself and my waist is 28 and my hips are 48, which size should I buy? I don't want it to be loose on my waist.
If you are between two sizes, we always recommend ordering the larger size. If you have any concerns that a garment will be too loose anywhere, you can use an insert, which will help to alleviate any gaps which would cause discomfort or not give the correct amount compression.
How does my garment fitting me now will fit me after surgery? Won't it be big on me?
If your garment fits you before surgery, it will fit you after surgery. Your post surgical swelling will be accommodated therefore the garment will fit. As soon as your swelling goes down you can ajust the fasting to a tighter set.
How tight my garment has to be?
Your garment should be as tight as possible without causing any discomfort or pain, the compression should aliviate your pain and not cause any.
My garment is too comfortable; do I need a smaller one?
Your garment should feel comfortable but still feel compressive. The best option to ensure that you have the best fitting garment is to order the size smaller and try them both on then send back the incorrect fitting garment for an exchange as you will need two, one on and one off.
What measurement do you need to take for my garment?
For most of our garments, we will need your waist and hip measurements. We always recommend trying on your garment before your surgery, as it will fit after surgery if it fits before.
I’m a size 10, what size garment will I need?
Our garments are measured by your waist and hip measurements. Because our garments are designed to be compressive, our sizing is very specific which is why we need to exact measurement. If you have no way to find out your measurements, we suggest ordering 2 sizes and sending back the incorrect size for an exchange.