Your compression garment after Cellulaze should be tight and give a even and consistent pressure over the entire treated area. It should not bind or pinch but shouldn't hang or fit like regular pants or leggings. It should definitely not be painful. They should feel similar to spanx or other firm body shapewear. The goal is to minimize swelling and have the tissue/skin redrape in the treated areas in a smooth, even fashion. As always, when in...
How Tight Should the Compression Garment Be After Cellulaze?
The compression garment is meant to reduce swelling and to help the skin redrape over its new contour. It should be snug, like wearing spanx. It should not be too tight, or very loose. Check with your physician, if you are unsure about the fit of your garment.
The garment is meant to put even pressure over the ares that were treated, in order to minimize swelling. If it is very uncomfortable or is putting a lot of pressure in small areas, it may not be the right fit. If it is cutting off circulation, definitely too tight! Overall, the garments are not exactly comfortable, but should be tolerable.