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Celebrities Share Secrets to Losing Baby Weight

Top Celebrity Mum’s Who Use Waist Trainers and Shapewear

Posted on: 03/02/21
Getting my pre-baby body back
Getting my pre-baby body back

One of the most common questions I get asked is “What can I do to get my pre-baby body back?” 
We see celebrities back in the spotlight weeks or months after giving birth back to their pre-baby weight. How do they do it? What’s their secret? Not everyone can afford a personal trainer or a calorie-counting chef. What can ordinary mums do to get their pre-baby bodies back?

After 9 months of growing a baby and giving birth, your body has gone through the biggest transformation of your life. Postpartum is a time when you can focus on resting, healing, supporting and recovery your body and muscles. Your end goal is to be your best self, physically and mentally. Some celebrities use postnatal girdles when okayed by a doctor and waist training to help heal their bodies and get their pre-baby bodies back. You can too
Khloe Kardashian Waist Trainer Gym Instgram
Khloe Kardashian Waist Trainer Gym Instgram

Celebrities including Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Garner are all rumoured to have used post-partum girdles which are recommended for women who have had a C-section as a way to help the body ease the pain and provide additional support during post pregnancy recovery.  Stomach muscles tend to stretch, thin and separate following a pregnancy. A latex-free breathable compression garment such as the postpartum girdle can provide extra support, reduce pain and discomfort. It can hold the stomach muscles together as they knit and heal.  It will fit snugly over the belly to aid recovery and provide support.

According to a study from the International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, women who wore a waist support garment after a caesarean delivery experienced less pain and bleeding than those who did not wear one.
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The modern-day Faja waist trainer is a popular and safe way to support the abdominal area, back muscles and helps get rid of post-pregnancy tummy (these are not the old-fashioned kind of corset).

Ann Chery Faja Waist Trainers are available in latex and breathable non-latex, suitable for daily-use and exercising. Kim Kardashian made the Faja waist trainer a celebrity trend and redefined the concept of modern waist training. Her sisters Kourtney, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner have been long-time fans of waist training after pregnancy too.  Judging by their Instagram pictures it has worked wonders as they share selfies showing off their tiny waists, flatter tummies and inspired many new mums to join the trend.

“This band makes me sweat more in our tummy area so it gives me that extra boost when I'm feeling a little bloated. I love how my posture in the gym is even better due to wearing it. The support is incredible!!!”
said Khloe Kardashian under a photo on Instagram as she rocked a slim waist and amazing curves.

Celebrities such as Model Blac Chyna, Nicki Minaj, Jessica Alba, Jersey Shore reality stars JWOWW and Snooki, former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak and Jessica Simpson are just a few who have joined the Waist Training trend and showed their amazing body changing results on Instagram.

Jessica Alba told Net-a-Porter she used a waist trainer corset to get her pre-baby body back after her two pregnancies. "I wore a double corset day and night for three months," she told the magazine. "It was brutal; it's not for everyone." She went on to say it was "sweaty but worth it."

Thinking of giving waist training a try? The London Corset Company have a Postpartum Recovery Collection dedicated to helping you look and feel confident, strong and supported through your postpartum recovery period.
Click here for the Kardashian style Faja Waist Trainers

Need advice? We are here for you! Contact us. We are not doctors, we cannot provide medical advice. If you need personal medical advice or not sure whether postpartum waist training is right for you, please speak with your doctor.