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Safety Suggestions

We are by no means doctors and our knowledge comes from experience. Here are our binder safety guidelines to live by:

Listen To Your Body!

Make sure that you’re paying attention to what your body is telling you. If you experience any discomfort or pain while binding please stop binding and reach out to our team! We are happy to help you find a better fit to ensure you are binding safely

Am I Too Young To Bind?

We do not have age restrictions on our website. However, if you're considering binding at a young age, there are a few things to consider to make sure you're binding safely. The most important thing to consider is sizing. While your body is most like

Can I Sleep in My Binder?

It is important to give your body time to relax after binding. The health risks of binding through your sleep are still unknown, and we strongly recommend never sleeping in your binder.

Can I Double-Bind/Wear Two Binders?

No. We do not ever recommend double binding or wearing additional sports bras/shapewear over or under our products. Your safety is important and binding can be risky if not done safely and with your health and comfort in mind!. Feel free to reach out

Can I Exercise in My Binder?

Practice comfort and safety!. • If you are apprehensive, or if you have extenuating health conditions, we strongly recommend checking in with your doctor before binding during exercise. • Know your limits and take it easy. Go slowly with exercise int

How Long Does it Take To Dry a Wet Binder?

1 - 2 hours in a sunny and warm space should do it. It can take up to 5 - 6 hours or more if it's cold and humid. If you're drying it using a machine dryer, 7 - 15 minutes at MOST should do it, but we recommend laying it out to dry for the best care.

Can I Swim in My Binder?

Like most swimsuits, our binders are made from a spandex + nylon blend. The material will not be damaged by water or swimming. • We suggest wearing a size up from your regular fit, as it is important not to bind too tightly while exercising. Be sure

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