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What are waist trainers?

Waist Trainers are reshaping garments made of natural latex materials that re position, mobilize and breakdown adipose tissue (fat cells) in the stomach, waist and back giving an more defined waist line resulting in an tighter, firmer, curvier figure.

What is Waist Training?
Waist Training is the gradual process of waist reduction using waist training garments to achieve a hourglass shape and slim the abdomen.

Are  Waist Trainers Safe?
Waist Training  using our garments is completely safe. Killer Kurves products are made of natural materials and also have flexi boning so you can move comfortably.

What Size Should get?

Please see out sizing charts. Please use your discretion as all women are shaped differently. We usually suggest women above an XL go one size up.

Are you a New to Waist Training ?

When getting a new Waist Trainer  it may be difficult to get on and may require you to have assistance. It may be uncomfortable the first 24 hours but once it molds and take shape of your body it will allow you to wear it longer. You can wear your garment on top of a shirt,camisole or against the skin either way is effective.

Are results permanent?

Yes results are permanent but like any regiment maintenance is suggested. Once you reach your goal  you should maintain by wearing your garments as often as possible.

Do I need to diet and exercise?
Diet and exercise is the key to living a healthy life style. Diet and exercising while waist training will speed up the process and you will see amazing results. Eating clean and being active will also accelerate weight loss while waist training. If you are not active consistency is key, wear your  Waist Trainer for at least 8 hours a day to assure results.

When should I order a smaller size?

When your Waist Trainer no longer feel like its compressing you on the last latch and begins to slide and move around it is no longer effective and its time to size down

Caring for your Waist Trainer
Hand wash your garment and hang to dry only. You can also wipe the garments down with antibacterial or alcohol wipes.