UpSpring's Charcoal Fusion Boyshort combines cutting edge bamboo charcoal fiber technology with lightweight compression to help you lose inches and slim your figure.*
This high waist belly-slimming boyshort is made with bamboo charcoal fiber technology, one of the latest breakthroughs in natural health and wellness. Bamboo charcoal contains unique therapeutic properties that help to increase blood flow, which can then increase circulation and metabolism to help you lose inches faster after baby.
Charcoal Fusion post baby belly slimmers are also in a High Waist Panty and Nursing Tank.
Bamboo charcoal fibers increase circulation naturally and help raise metabolism so you can burn more calories
Slims belly and waist
Reduces swelling, inflammation and bloating
Comfortable boyshorts with smoothing, lightweight compression
Machine washable and latex-free
Recommended by OBGYNs
Tradition Meets Technology
For centuries moms have been wrapping their post baby bellies to help lose weight after delivery. Tradition meets technology now with the Charcoal Fusion Boyshort with custom bamboo charcoal fibers that increase circulation, raise metabolism and slim your post baby belly.
Bamboo charcoal is produced by burning bamboo at 1500° F. The resulting charcoal is then ground into fine nano-particles, fused with polyester, and spun into fiber. Bamboo charcoal naturally emits far infrared light. When infrared light interacts with the heat of your body, it helps to increase blood flow, speed healing, and reduce swelling. This therapeutic effect is above and beyond the beneficial effects of compression alone.
At UpSpring, they started by solving the problems of backaches and booze. (Really.) Of the three founders, two were inventors. Inventor and co-founder Dede Woodman created Walking Wings to help her 10-month old learn to walk without the need to hunch over all the time. Inventor and co-founder Julie Jumonville created the ingenious breast milk screening test, Milkscreen. While breastfeeding her baby at her sister-in-law’s wedding, Julie came up with the idea for the first-ever test strip to detect alcohol in breast milk. Lisa Williamson Rowe, co-founder, entrepreneur since the age of 11 and a Fortune 100 executive, was passionate about finding solutions for the unmet needs of moms and their babies.
In the mid-2000s, there were few truly innovative products to help mom and baby. So with two inventors living in the same town (Austin, Texas), along with a savvy businesswoman with a passion for supporting moms, it was inevitable that these three women would meet. When they did, it was practically a done deal. In 2005, UpSpring was born.