High-Profile Celebrities Continue to Promote Waist Trainers, But Are They Safe?

Studies into the effect of waist training show varied results, yet the world’s biggest social media influencers continue to promote waist training as their secret to the perfect figure, but can it really have a negative effect on health.

PA, USA / November 9, 2018/

Throughout 2018, stars like Kylie Jenner and other celebrities have been publicly promoting the use of waist trainers for creating the perfect hourglass figure. Whilst people across the world are swiftly following suit, the new trend is causing controversy in the medical world, with some health associations branding the new fad as ‘1860 all over again’.

Corsets have been a part of women’s fashion for generations, and achieved maximum popularity during the 1800’s. Since then, the hourglass figure has dropped in and out of fashion, and has grown in popularity lately due to influencers like the Kardashian and Jenner sisters favoring the more curvaceous look.

Studies into waist trainer use have offered mixed results, with some showing that the effects of waist trainers can pose a serious risk to health. Despite the potential risks, waist trainers continue to be sold and marketed as an aid to waist loss.

However, not everyone in the market believes that waist trainers will cause harm to users if they are used correctly. Contributors to the waist training discussion, CorsetHQ, provide their site’s visitors with a guide to waist training, which discusses the controversy surrounding waist training and corsets.

In Corset HQ’s waist training 101 guide, the writers distinguish between corsets and modern waist trainers and argue that harmful effects such as organ displacement are caused by more traditional corsets with metal wiring, which reduce the size of the waist faster than is healthy for the body.

Waist trainers, on the other hand, are said to reduce the size of the waist more gradually and aid weight loss in the specified area which helps to reduce the size of the waist at a more natural speed.

CorsetHQ is a site which aims to inform people about waist training techniques and products. The site features guides for beginner waist trainers and different product reviews such as the Jenx Fitness waist trainer review.

Whether or not waist training can be seriously harmful to health is yet to be determined, but as with most things, it’s always a good idea to be cautious and do adequate research when considering taking up waist training.

Source: Corset HQ

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