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Carriwell Seamless Maternity Support Band
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The Carriwell Seamless Maternity Support Band is designed for discreet, warm and comfortable support of your back and tummy. This is achieved by gently lifting weight off the pelvis and supporting your lower back. Preventive or therapeutic, the band reduces the risk of muscle strain and helps to relieve existing discomfort or pain.

Features and Benefits:
  • The unique knitting process ensures no roll-down effect
  • Can be worn discreetly under tight clothing i.e. seamless
  • Fits comfortably over your tummy and will not irritate your skin
  • Feather soft and breathable fabric provides warmth in the targeted areas
  • Extra stretch over your bump and gentle firm support below and to the sides
  • The thicker fabric on the back ensures warmth and support of lower back
  • Doubles as a clever band to hold jeans, skirts and pants up

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S: more than a year ago

True to size (I wear a size 6 and the small fit perfectly); my midwife recommended that I wear during pregnancy to help stop further separation of my abdominal muscles. I have a very physical job so wearing it is very helpful.


Sarah: more than a year ago

The only reason I bought this online and took a chance was because it was only $20. I bought extra-large (I'm quite tall, normally a size 8 non-pregnant) on the advice of these reviews. The band itself wasn't tight, but even just a few minutes wearing it, I had to take it off. It cut up into and under my belly. Not for me.


Krista: more than a year ago

Meh. My life is not changed and my back certainly hasn't experienced miracles. Tried it once and set it aside. I probably need to give it another shot. For the price, I'm not devastated.


Jessica: more than a year ago

I am in my third trimester and this product was a life saver for my back. The baby is very much in the front, making my back sway more then it should, after a week of wearing this my back wasn't hurting anymore.


Frosty: more than a year ago

I'd wait until the third trimester to purchase this... I was hoping it would function sort of like the Belly Band from Target to hold up my pants in the early 2nd trimester... but it is really meant as a support for your big belly and does nothing for wee baby bumps. :) It is well made and is comfy fabric.

Lisa: more than a year ago

I normally take a size 9 or 10 jean. I purchase a large due to the previous review. I found the large to be too tight as well and if left on while sitting cutting the circulation off. Otherwise the fabric is nice. Maybe if bought in the x-large it would be looser at the waist. I felt as if my legs were going numb .

Bernice: more than a year ago

I'm not pregnant, but have lost a significant amount of weight. This product is great for preventing skin irritations or even infections from the excess tummy skin that sags; it also helps prevent backaches from that lower-hanging flesh. 'm actually ordering a second one because the first was so great.


katie: more than a year ago

I wear a size 10 pant (pre-pregnancy) I haven't put on much weight and ordered the size medium (8-10)...I'm thinking I should have gone with the large, it's tight now and I've only put on 7lbs. It doesn't work well as a band to hold up pants skirts or jeans, maybe because it is already too tight. It wants to roll up when I place it over pants and the short ribbed design that holds at the bottom of the belly isn't enough material to come over pants. If you wear your pants in the same position as the underwear in the picture abovet hen it wont fit over your pants. If you have high wasted pants it may be more likely to fit. I think if I had gotten the larger size it would be a better fit for a support band, but still don't see it working well to keep the pants up.

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