The repairing power of our postoperative lingerie

After reconstructive or aesthetic surgery, your body is weakened and it is essential that it be supported in its recovery process.
Our post-operative lingerie reduces pain, improves the quality of the skin and limits edema and swelling in a proven way.

Effective and gentle compression

Certified OEKO-TEX®, our bi-elastic warp and weft SECONDE SKIN fabric is one of the best stretch fabrics in the world. We have specifically studied it for immediate post-operative reconstruction, so that it provides perfect support without the feeling of compression, like a second skin. With ergonomic elasticity, it reduces pain and edematous volume expansion.

The compression applied to the skin remains stable, even when expanding up to three times the initial body volume. In the same way, our fabric accompanies variations in the volume of the body during the resorption of edema.

Unparalleled comfort

Our finishes are heat-sealed, assembled seamlessly by the best fabricators, experts in "bonding" so that they do not leave indelible marks on the skin.

Our patented closures

Thanks to our incredible patented "easy-clip" closures, our lingerie attaches simply and ergonomically: an essential for the post-operative period.

A powerful resistance

The resistance of Embody fabrics is regularly tested by our workshops. As post-operative clothing is often put to the test, it must be robust. Furthermore, the application of chlorine or chlorinated derivatives will not cause any deterioration of the fabric of Embody post-surgery clothing..

The drying

Our post-operative clothing accompanies you night and day. Embody fabric has a drying time of 20 minutes. The purchase of two products is still recommended, in order to be able to alternate them.

UV protection

Embody's lingerie protects against UV rays of the sun (UPF 50+). This protection is particularly important during the post-operative recovery period because the skin is weakened and needs to heal in the best possible conditions.

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