Childbirth is one of the most beautiful opportunities a woman gets to experience. While it’s amazing and most wouldn’t trade it for the world, the lingering aftereffects of birth can be stressful for new moms. Even celebrities struggle - you may have seen Jessica Simpson’s public strife . But, a once-taut body doesn’t have to be something of the past. Below are a few tips from the creator of the Cinch Tummy Wrap for new moms, the band specialist Charlene Williams, on how new moms can take control and get their bodies back on track.
Charlene Williams, the band specialist is a mother of three and the creator of the Cinch and Atlas tummy bands. The recovery from pregnancy took her by surprise. She didn¹t realize she would still look six months pregnant after her baby was born. Her mother, an ob-gyn, had a method handed down through many generations that would greatly affect Charlene¹s condition. She wrapped her stomach after delivery to help shrink the uterus, retract the muscles and reduce the space for fat deposits. She used the traditional wrap everyday for the next few months. Her positive experience with wrapping led her to create a modern wrap that today's woman can use not only after pregnancy, but for other applications as well. Charlene created Cinch to help women re-contour their new bodies so they can tone and sculpt it with ease.Cinch is more than a pregnancy band; it's a method for recovery and ongoing maintenance for a healthy figure.
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