i need a compression garment asap; can someone tell where i can get a good one?

  • natasha2211
  • new york
  • 2 years ago

Procedure in three wks butt:) garment not included.

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For the best quality fajas go to caralinda fajas in elmhurst queens they have a very large collection of the best quality fajas.ask for annie or lisa
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How do you ladies know what size you will need after bbl?
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Usually right after its around the size of your pants.so if your a 10 size take a med if u r a 16 size then a 2xl remember these authentic colombian post operative garments run very small.
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Yes Caralinda fajas at 8125 41 ave in elmhurst queens those girls really know what their doing a.d the selection is very good and top quality all Colombian products ask for Lisa or Annie tel 718 8982557 their the best!
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Oh ok sweet!! The cardboard sounds very uncomfortable though :(
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I guess ill have to use foam or cardboard. Many of the girls say the dr give thim cardboard for the tummy. I typed in faja n got many sites . I ordered mine fron slimwell it was 79 on sale for 64 but w the coupon i got it for 51 so i ordered two. Its the one w the butt out.
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A good compression fabric for post surgical would cost between 120.00 dollars thru $200.00
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You're welcome :) So the site you went in only had zip up garments? Why do you think the zipper will bruise your skin? You're supposed to wear foam under the garment anyway right? Well not as a requirement but mist ladies do because the seams dig into you and if your garment ripples that's very uncomfortable. Anyway, I ordered one with zipper and two without zipper.
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Ok thanks. I did go on a columbian web site it was whole n retail but i didnt want to deal w the garments that obly had zippers. I dont want my skin to bruise. Again thanks
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Go to Caralinda combing fajas in queens they have no zipper fajas and the selection is have
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I ordered mine from eBay took about 5 days to come. On eBay type in faja...that's what the columbians call them.
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