The Belly Band

Your belly bump and back’s best friend

Carrying a miracle inside you can be a lot.

The Belly Band is a second pair of hands holding you up, reducing strain on your back and keeping you balanced.

Helping you feel stable and improving your posture, it’s a must-have for mums to get around comfortably during pregnancy and beyond.

Continue wearing the Belly Band after vaginal or C-section delivery to support loose tummy muscles while you regain strength in your core.

Support you need during pregnancy and postpartum
Customisable compression
Discreet design
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Why we made this

Delivering a baby is a superhuman effort, but every hero needs a sidekick. For you, that’s us.

We’re here to support you through every step of your pregnancy journey, like literally – Kin’s Belly Band supports the weight of your belly and distributes it evenly so you can get around with ease.

The Belly Band makes it easier to walk and even exercise (if you’re keen!). [1] It lowers risk of falls and extra pressure on your muscles, joints and back so you can feel confident going about your day.

Our 2-layer wrap design made with elastic velcro bands targets compression where you need it most in the lower abdomen and back.

The Belly Band gives your tummy the TLC it needs postpartum by helping you close separated abdominal muscles so you can feel stronger, sooner.

Separation

Two muscles that run down the middle of your stomach can separate during pregnancy. This is called diastasis recti. Separation will usually go back to normal by the time your baby is 8 weeks old. [2]

Back Pain

During pregnancy, the ligaments in your body naturally become softer and stretch to prepare you for labour. This can put strain on the joints of your lower back and pelvis, which can cause back pain.

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic girdle pain occurs when muscles around the pelvic joints are relaxed to allow for a growing foetus, meaning they don’t have the support they normally do. Muscles have to work harder to try hold the pelvis together causing pain that can spread to the thighs and hips.

Swelling

Your pregnant body holds more water than usual and the pressure of your growing womb can affect blood flow in your legs causing fluid to build up in your legs, ankles and feet.

Bladder Pressure

As your baby grows the bladder gets compressed causing extra pressure that makes you feel like urinating more than usual.

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Seriously, our experts have all the answers.

Can the Belly Band be used after C-section births?

Yes, the Belly Band can be used by C-section mums to help their abdominal muscles and incision heal while reducing swelling from surgery. One study found that women who delivered by C-section and practiced belly binding during their postpartum recovery experienced less pain, bleeding, and discomfort as compared to those who didn’t. [3]

Our Belly Band sits above the incision area to avoid irritation and is fully adjustable so you don’t put unnecessary pressure on the wound. It’s best to speak with your doctor if you’re unsure about whether you should use a belly band.

When should I start wearing the Belly Band?

The Belly Band is useful during and after pregnancy. Many women start wearing belly bands during the earlier months of their pregnancy when they require less support. New mums often continue wearing belly bands postpartum to help them feel supported as they build up their core muscles that have shifted around during pregnancy. The Belly Band can also help shrink your uterus back down to size, which alleviates postpartum pain and discomfort.

How often should I wear the Belly Band?

Two to three hours a day is recommended so that you get enough support but still work your muscles and ligaments to avoid overdependence.

How do I wear the Belly Band?

The Belly Band can be worn directly on the skin and hidden under clothes or on top of clothes. It should fit snug with constant pressure on the belly, but without any impact on breathing, circulation or discomfort in your ribs.

1. Wrap the large band around the lower back and overlap the velcro sides at the front of your tummy to stick in place.

2. Overlap the small bands and tighten until you feel supported but still comfortable.

What is the sizing for the Belly Band?

One-size-fits-all. We made the Belly band fully adjustable with elastic velcro straps to fit all growing bellies and for use after giving birth as the tummy shrinks.

Can I wash the Belly Band?

Yep – hand wash in cold water only and hang to dry.

How do I know when to call my doctor?

It’s normal to experience some pain and discomfort during pregnancy and while you recover from delivery. To give you peace of mind, it’s a good idea to ask your doctor or midwife about what you can expect along the way. Postpartum symptoms tend to improve each day, but if you find your symptoms are worsening, then give your doctor a call.

Let us help you

Got a question about the Belly Band?
Our care team is always here to help you.
Email us at [email protected]

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