After giving birth to a baby, mothers will face an embarrassing problem: breast swelling and sagging. Although mothers can give up their bodies for the children's rations, if you choose a suitable breastfeeding bra, it is not only easy to feed, comfortable to wear, but also prevents the mother's chest from sagging.
Then how to choose the one that suits you?
A. Choose a comfortable material
On skin-friendly and comfortable, pure cotton is the best choice for breastfeeding bra. Especially the mother who just gave birth to a baby, the body is very easy to sweat, the advantage of moisture absorption of the cotton material bra is highlighted.
B. Choose the right cup
Before pregnancy, in order to dress better, many people choose one-half cups of the sexy bra, but the breasts are swollen during breastfeeding. At this time, it is best to wear a full coverage bra to give the breast better wrapping and support. To prevent sagging breasts, and it is best to choose a larger cup.
C. Choose soft steel support
Because in a special period, if you wear an ordinary underwired bra, it may be pressed to the breast, which will affect breastfeeding. But if there is no steel support at all, the mother with a very full chest has insufficient support. At this time, it is recommended to wear a soft steel bra to provide support and prevent the bra from moving up.
D. It is best not to choose pure white
Many women will think that white is not cleaner? In fact, pure white is more likely to contain bleach, and long-term contact with the skin may be detrimental to the health of the baby. In fact, nude, light gray and other colors are good choices.
E. Replace new one in time
Because the chest is too big, the lower part of the chest is very easy to sweat. Therefore, mothers should remember to replace them in time. If the bra is deformed, smelly, or not cleaned, be sure to throw it away. Also, according to changes in the size of your breasts, change the size in time, choose a comfortable, fit breastfeeding bra.
These are the 5 tips for choosing breastfeeding bra. Do you understand it?