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Choosing your compression garment after surgery has never been easier!

After the end of your operation, you will need to wear a surgery compression garment. When choosing the right one, you need to know it controls the swelling, it also minimizes any potential early bleeding issues. 

It is comfortable, and it provides external support for the internal muscle that has been done, so the muscle tightening is further supported by the external compression.

However, the most important above all is that our compression garment doesn’t rolls down. We got that for you! Our compression garment doesn’t roll down the second you move and if it does, it is not smoothing or shaping a thing. In this article, we’ll describe the types of fajas you need according to your surgery.

Who needs that?

Our garments are designed to be comfortable and avoid those extra straps that are thick, awkward and make them visible to clothes. In other words, ours prevent that back fat, that’s right, no gap between your bra and your garment. You can check that out here.

The 6 kind of surgery compression garments we have for you!

Every sort of cosmetic procedure that you can think of, there is a matching compression garment that helps you with your healing process. Here is a list of the ones you can find in our website:

  • Post tummy tuck compression garment
  • Postpartum compression garment
  • Arm compression garment
  • Chin liposuction garment
  • Lymphedema compression garment
  • BBL compression garment

Post tummy tuck compression garment:

Back again to talk about our tummy tuck compression garments. This situation sometimes makes us feel like nervous about what garment is the right one. Picking the one that suits your surgery, the one that keeps you nice and tight

Here at Silene our post-surgery tummy tuck is soft with breathable fabrics that help to speed up recovery after surgery without sweating or discomfort. It will surprise you the three levels of adjustment in the abdomen and shoulder that adapts to you very easy.

Abdominal compression garment:

A compression garment for your abdomen is commonly seen, especially in patients undergoing DIEP flap surgeries and liposuctions. Here you will need a good form of compression. The garments that we offer are easy to use due to its abdominal adjustment with clasp, plus her intimate fit with a crotch zipper making it easier when you need to go to the bathroom. 

You can find it on beige or black. Just forward to the following link to see the description of the product.

Postpartum compression garment:

The postpartum compression garments are very gentle support because we know you still want to develop a strength core after having a baby. We understand when you want to put on your recovery shorts and then go for a walk. 

However, we believe you still need to stay within your boundaries and a garment that is very tight can be awkward, particularly in the postpartum period. That is why, our garments are the best because they are flexible and nice to your day to day. Come to see how our model looks like on it.

It feels the same whenever you have to use a lipo or stomach compression garment. Any kind of surgery or procedure that’s involved an abdominal wall or where you are afraid to use the muscle. Sometimes you need that extra compression for comfort. In our opinion, it must be snug, and it does not have to be so tight that you cannot breathe.

Lipo and Tummy stomach compression garments:

If you are doing liposuction, you go a little tighter, but if you’re doing a tummy tuck. Most of the time, you want your skin to be able to get blood flow. So, remember, snug, but not to the point where it’s hard to take a breath. Come and check out for yourself.

Arm compression:

There are different styles, different lengths and thicknesses of fabrics. There are also different colors which will help you to match with different skin colors. You will be able to tell when it’s inside out because the labels are always on the inside of the garment

Using it is very easy, you just need to put your hands through the bottom of the arm garment and then slowly roll up until it is smoothly placed on the limb.

How long should I wear compression garment after liposuction?

This is a frequently asked question because compression garments are the most important thing after liposuction. Your surgeon will most of the time recommend wearing a compression garment after lipo every single day for about three weeks, and then part-time for about eight hours a day for an additional three weeks for six to eight weeks of total garment wear.


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It is ok sleeping without compression garment after lipo?

Compression after liposuction is critical not only to help give you a better shape but to allow the skin to tighten in the area where liposuction is performed. Wearing the compression garment will help you to prevent pockets of fluid from developing in the space where fat was removed. So yes, it is very important that you sleep with it. 

Do not hesitate to direct message us in case you have a doubt about the compression faja you are looking for. Yet, your surgeon must have a better idea about the compression garment you need.

As you can see, Silene Fajas has the ideal Colombian fajas for all type of bodies!