WAISTDEAR BODY FAJA DIFFERNECE: STAGE 1 & STAGE 2 FAJA
Followings are the difference between stage 1 and stage 2 fajas.
Maybe you are curious at how long to wear STAGE 1 FAJAS or when to start to stage 2 fajas after surgury.
- Stage 1 fajas need to be worn right after plastic surgery for at least 6 weeks.
- After 6 weeks, wear Stage 2 Fajas to continue shaping and contouring the body, or wear it as shapewear.
- Stage 1 Fajas have a thicker material and more compression.
- Stage 2 Fajas have a softer fabric and shorter length on the legs.
HOW DO STAGE 1 AND STAGE 2 FAJAS WORK?
Let's take for example Stage 1 Fajas. These are the fajas that your doctor orders wearing right after surgery. This high-compression garment will allow your wounds to heal, keeping your results intact, and reduce the likelihood of bruising, fluid retention, and bad shaping post-op.
So if you got a liposuction, BBL, or tummy-tuck, wearing a faja for 6 weeks would protect and sculpt your midsection, hips, and buttocks area. As for Stage 2 Fajas, you can wear it 6-weeks post-op if you still want something to help sculpt and shape your body after Stage 1.
A Stage 2 Faja is a custom product that can double up as a waist trainer. This faja helps with sculpting the waist, hips, and midsection further, but in a much less strict way. The emphasis with Stage 2 is light sculpting and a lot of shaping. We often recommend to our dolls that they can use Stage 2 Faja as regular shapewear.
Picking out the right stage of faja is an important step. And it's important to stop and consider that Stage 1 fajas are a medical necessity for those that just had their BBL, lipo, or tummy-tuck to help them heal during a crucial time.