Why Charcoal Fusion Belly Slimming Nursing Tank?
- Made with bamboo charcoal fiber technology
- 360-degree moderate compression
- Slims belly and waist
- Seamless, drop cup design for easy nursing
- Adjustable straps with easy to undo clasps for breastfeeding
- Wire-free built in bra with removable breast pads
- Machine washable and latex-free
Sizing Your Charcoal Fusion Belly Slimming Nursing Tank
Small - Medium: 25” - 30” waist
Large - XLarge: 31” - 36” waist
The Charcoal Fusion Nursing Tank allows mom to easily breastfeed baby while also focusing on her post baby belly weight loss. Charcoal Fusion Nursing Tank does double duty with 360-degree compression around the waist plus bamboo charcoal fiber technology to help increase circulation and expedite weight loss.*
Bamboo charcoal reacts with body heat, acting as a sort of semiconductor to stimulate greater blood flow. You’ll know that your Charcoal Fusion Nursing Tank is working because you’ll feel the heat (in a good way). And a quick insider secret: Here at UpSpring some of us even wear the Charcoal Fusion Nursing Tank under our clothes to keep warm in the winter (shh).
No. Don’t be bamboozled by other bamboo belly slimmers! Only bamboo charcoal contains the natural therapeutic properties that help to increase blood flood, speed healing, and reduce swelling.
The Charcoal Fusion Nursing Tank contains 74% B.C. Polyester, 13% Nylon, and 13% Spandex.
Yes! Machine wash gentle/delicate cycle, in cold water and lay flat to dry.
You can begin wearing your Charcoal Fusion Nursing Tank immediately after delivery. For best results, wear it as much as possible both day and night.
Yes! The bamboo charcoal fiber is truly revolutionary. It will provide the benefits of increased circulation and improved metabolism at any time, not just after having a baby.*
Yes! Each product works on a different part of your body and they can worn be at the same time. Charcoal Fusion Nursing Tank slims the belly and waist, while Shrinkx Hips focuses its energy exclusively on narrowing your hips. Due to the hormone relaxin (yes, it’s really called that), you have eight weeks after delivery to guide your hips back to their pre-pregnancy position.