‘Tis the season to gain about 15 pounds in two weeks! Who else ate their weight in food on Thanksgiving? When the food tastes that good, it’s hard to say no.
To stay ahead of future food babies, I’ve enlisted the help of some Squeem shapewear.
Full dislosure, this is my first experience with shapewear. Sometimes, I’ll wear something and have a little pudge that won’t budge. Normally, I would just camouflage it by cinching the waist with a belt. I can see now that camoflouaging is no longer necessary with the right shapewear! Let me tell you something, I couldn’t take a complete breath initially. However, when I looked at the mirror in this dressbarn dress (yes, dressbarn) and saw this SNATCHED waist, taking a full breath was the last thing on my mind.
Note: Squeem instructs you to gradually wear the garment every day. One hour on the first day, two hours on the second day and so on.
Now, I see why my mom was so desperately trying to win the Squeem shapewear during my ‘4 Days of Giveaways’ to commemorate my 4th Blogiversary. It’s a game changer.Squeem is made from high quality natural rubber and cotton. There is flexible boning in each piece that prevents clothing from rolling up. The Sexy Body piece that I have has the compression shorts that not only snatches the waist but also smooths out that pesky cellulite that likes to hang out in the lower region of the body.
If you’re looking for a little ‘food baby’ assistance during this holiday season, Squeem is sold at Amazon, Yoox, Lane Bryant and several other retailers here.
|*This post is in partnership with Squeem Shapewear.
All thoughts and opinions are my own!
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