These products were not intended
for compressing the human body and can cause physical harm. Improper use can lead to breathing difficulties and fluid build-up in the lungs.
Using unsuitable products for chest binding has resulted in some people breaking their ribs. Even if no damage occurs, it can still impact the results of future surgeries, should you opt for that route.
Common symptoms of inappropriate chest binding include:
⚠️ ATTENTION ⚠️
Chest binders are designed to fit tightly.
Choosing the correct size is crucial for your safety and comfort. If you find it difficult to take deep breaths while wearing the binder, it is likely too small for your chest and should be removed immediately.
If you are new to binding, it is important to give your body a break. We recommend not using the binder for more than 6 hours per day during the first two weeks.
It is common to experience some discomfort initially as your body adjusts, but this discomfort typically subsides after the first few weeks.
A perfect fit should not be overly tight or too loose. After a month of use, you will experience the confidence you desire, while maintaining healthy and normal respiration.