I have always been pretty stable in my weight, but while I was pregnant, I gained about 30 extra pounds. As you will come to know, I’m not the athletic, exercising type. I like to live a fairly sedentary lifestyle. This has worked out for me for quite some time. It didn’t ever seem necessary to over exert myself since I held my weight very well. Since High, nearly 10 years ago, I have only ever been about 10 pounds over what would be considered the optimal weight for being 6ft tall.
I have tried a few different diets, been successful, but with my daughter, I find it quite difficult to eat healthy these days. I still eat a lot of the good stuff, I love veggies and fruits, but I feel like I’m constantly on the go. It feels like there is less time to get back into a good diet routine.
Now that my daughter was born, my weight remains stable as always, only fluctuating by a mere 5 pounds.
Sixteen and a half months later, my weight remains the same…I still weigh as much as I did after my daughter was born. I hate shopping, and as if I didn’t have a hard enough time shopping for clothes with my height, now my weight is the issue. Only in one respect is that a good thing. It does help me curb my spending because I obviously don’t end up buying the clothes that don’t fit.
I have tried using shapewear before and found them to be everything but comfortable. Wires would dig into my sides, they were too tight, and they just didn’t breathe.
When I saw the Kymaro BodyShaper infomercial, I was absolutely intrigued. Finally, it seemed there might be a solution to my weight insecurities, at least until I decide to put forth the effort to shed the pounds on my own.
Sick of the lines and bulges from my bra on my back and sides, and sick of my love handles, I decided to pick one up from our local Bed Bath and Beyond.
When I first put it on, I was in shock by how comfortable it was. The Kymaro was so comfortable I could actually wear it for a full 8 hours of work, or even an entire day. It was nice and light, and best of all it even breathed, so I didn’t ever feel hot or gross wearing it, not even during the summer time. All my sides were smoothed out, there were no more visible bulges anywhere. It even gave my bust a little added lift. One thing that stuck out in my mind while watching the infomercial was all the inches the users claimed it took away from their appearance. That was something I definitely had to test out. It actually took off 2 ¼ inches from my waistline.
One thing I find really great is that it comes in a wide variety of sizes so it will fit just about anyone up to a 44DD.
While working an office job for a few months almost a year ago, I also noticed another great benefit of the Kymaro. During those long days hunched over at a computer and desk, the Kymaro greatly improved my posture while wearing it, so when I went home after a long day, I was a lot less prone to back pain.
Another thing I have noticed since using the Kymaro BodyShaper, and this may be because of my 6ft tall stature, but the sides often roll up on me, forcing me to adjust it about everytime I stretch my arms way up high, or whenever I bend over. Perhaps this wouldn't happen if I were shorter.
Even still, I love using the Kymaro Body Shaper, and recommend it to any ladies wanting to look their best for any occasion. A little tug here and there, is worth looking 10 pounds lighter.