Women’s Latex Waist Cincher Shapewear Girdle Review
The Waist Trainer Corset is powerfully effective waist cincher that yields both immediate and long-term results. Better still, it offers a mega wide size range to fit as many women as possible.
Wide size range
Women of all shapes and sizes are getting into waist cinching; despite this, petite and plus size women are often left out of this growing trend. However, that’s not a problem with the Waist Trainer Corset: It comes in sizes 3XS to 6XL. This is one of the broadest size ranges out there in cinching shapewear. The 3XS fits waists 18.5 inches to 20.75 inches while the 6XL fits waists 44 inches to 47.25 inches.
The core is latex for a great fit that lasts, while the corset is held in place by nine flexible steel bones. Most steel boning isn’t flexible and most corsets don’t feature as many bones. Because of the flexibility and higher bone count, the corset is more structurally sound, which will make it last a lot longer.
Instantly figure enhancing
This powerful waist cincher can take 3 to 5 inches off your waist as soon as you put it on. Also, unlike some other cinchers, this corset style cincher gives your under bust a little lift, which further promotes that lovely hourglass look.
Long term results
This girdle promotes the thermogenic effect so your waist will naturally get smaller over time. To accommodate your ever-shrinking waistline, it comes with three-row hooks to tighten as you get smaller.
Thanks to the boning and the snug fit, corset encourage you to stand straighter. This has great positive impacts on your spine, which wants you to stand tall. Spines are meant to be J-shaped—not S-shaped, like the typical American spine is. Standing tall will also help you breathe better, which sounds ironic since you’re wearing a corset, but slouching can often make proper breathing more difficult than wearing a corset in many cases.
First impression of the Waist Trainer Corset Women’s Latex Waist Cincher Shapewear Girdle
What first made an impression on me was the huge size range. Due to chronic health issues, I’ve been both underweight and overweight—and I know firsthand it’s hard to find decent clothes and undergarments for both of those size demographics. In college, my waist was 19 inches and I couldn’t find anything that fit me. Now, I’m waist cinching to get my figure back. Obviously, not to 19 inches, but I want to take it down from 27 inches to 21 inches, because I am average height with a small frame. Immediately, the corset reduced me down to 23.5; my goal feels achievable now!
What to like:
- Hand washable: believe it or not, some waist trainers aren’t even able to be hand washed, which is why it’s so nice to have one you can keep clean
- Comfortable cotton lining
- Three-row hooks for adjustability
- Instant hourglass results
- Long term results via thermogenic effect
- Enhances posture
What to consider:
If you prefer a very firm-fitted corset, you might have to size down—especially if you measured your waist with your tummy relaxed.