What do Jessica Alba, Kourtney Kardashian and Brooke Burke have in common?
These hot mamas all used belly binding to get back in shape after giving birth!
“I bound my post-pregnancy belly for 40 days and nights and I absolutely believe that wrapping your belly is the best method to get your body back,” Brooke Burke told us in an exclusive interview.
“After four babies, the proof is in the pudding but I didn’t do it without help,” said the Dancing with the Stars co-host, who created her own line of wraps for new moms.
“I could never find one comfortable enough to wear,” she said. “So I developed my own to help every pregnant woman who wants to get her belly back.”
Burke’s product, the Tauts Post-Pregnancy Wrap, is worn for the first 40 days after giving birth to help reduce water retention and the size of a swollen uterus while supporting baggy baby skin around the middle.
“To be perfectly honest it’s not the most comfy time in the world, but totally worth the sacrifice to help you naturally get back in shape as fast as possible.”
She’s not the only one who believes in belly wrapping. In an interview with Good Morning America, Honest Company founder Jessica Alba revealed that she wore corsets to slim down after daughters Honor, 4, and Haven 1, were born:
“I wore a double corset day and night for three months,” she said. “It was sweaty, but worth it.”
Kourtney Kardashian wore a post-pregnancy wrap in the weeks following the birth of her son Mason. “[It] actually helps tighten and shrink your belly after giving birth,” the reality star wrote on her blog.
But belly binding isn’t just for new moms – it’s a great way to maximize workout results.
That’s why Burke also created the Baboosh Body Wrap, designed for both men and woman to wear while exercising.
It promotes intense core sweating, reduces belly bloat and helps get rid of extra bulges and the dreaded muffin top.
“I don’t do cardio without my belly wrap,” she told us. “It’s one of my best secrets for a trim tummy!”