Waist Training for an Hourglass Figure.
This modern waist trainer is designed to be effective, stylish and comfortable to give you an hourglass shape with tighter curves.When worn for the recommended time each day, the Slimtum™ Figure Former should produce a visible difference to the shape of your waist in as little as 2-4 weeks. Join thousands of satisfied customers worldwide on your personal waist training journey.
The Original Slimtum™ Figure Former comes in a variety of sizes from grey belt (size 08) all the way to black belt (size 00).
To measure yourself - stand up, suck your tummy in and wrap a measuring tape (or string if you don’t have one) around your waist at the positions shown below. If you’ve used string, cut it to size after you’ve wrapped it around your waist. Stretch it out and measure it with a ruler. Write down both measurements.
Your size is the smallest size (03, 04, 05 etc.) that has both lengths greater than your measurements. i.e. The Belly Button length for the size must be greater than your Belly Button measurement and the Small of Waist length for the size must be greater than your Small of Waist measurement.
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*Measurements are in centimetres
Frequently Asked Questions
Typically, if worn for the recommended time each day, customers notice a real change after just a few weeks, some notice changes even sooner. The maximum effect for a given size happens over 8-12 weeks.
Yes, the Original Figure Former is discrete enough to be worn under clothing without being noticed. Many customers report it helps with posture and can reduce back pain while seated.
Yes, definitely! The Figure Former can actually help you keep your portion sizes small by increasing pressure around the stomach, making you feel fuller.
Yes! If you had a natural birth, you can wear the Figure Former after 4 weeks. Many customers use it to help tighten up post-pregnancy. If you’ve had a caesarean, it’s best to check with your obstetrician.