C-Section & Postpartum Support


UPPER MID-SECTION secondary support helps strengthen your core during recovery


C-SECTION SUPPORT stabilizes and protects the incision, reduces swelling, and assists with healing and scar reduction


BRIEF STYLE CROTCH easy access for those frequent trips to the bathroom


SEAMLESS SUPPORT provides soft comfort and support over sensitive areas, does not mark skin


SIDE ZIPPER helps getting into garment while recovering with limited movement and soreness


HIPS mild compression over hips provides a comfortable shape and a secure fit


LEG GRIP COMFORT laser cut leg with silicone grip keeps your garment from “riding up”


Lumbar Sacra Orthosis Support


  1. Provides ultimate support to your lower back, abdomen and hip area to help provide relief of lower back pain and discomfort during pregnancy.

  2. Effectively help to prevent the formation of stretch marks by helping to avoid over-stretching of the skin, without restricting the baby's movement.

  3. Encourages correct posture, relieving stress on the lower back caused by misalignment of the spine due to pregnancy.

  • IMMEDIATE PAIN RELIEF - Gently lifts the abdominal area to relieve back, pubic, and pelvic pain especially while walking or standing by taking the pressure off your body.

  • MAXIMUM COMFORT AND SUPPORT - Relives joint fatigue and muscle soreness, while providing great ventilation with multi-layered laminate with a cotton/nylon lining. 

  • VERSATILE - Promotes proper posture and balance during pregnancy while being able to remain active and continue your lifestyle without pain!

Compression Hose

About 75 percent of moms-to-be develop mild swelling during pregnancy, also known as edema—this common symptom at some point during their pregnancies. For many, swollen feet and ankles may start around week 27 — or month 7 — of pregnancy. The bad news? Swelling probably won’t go away completely until after the baby’s arrival. And on top of that, you might also notice varicose veins, which affect up to 35 percent of pregnant women. One way to help ease both symptoms (or at least stop them from becoming worse) is to slip on a pair of maternity compression socks at the start of the day.