Nowadays, more and more people pay attention to women's health. Ladymate underwear
factory has a comment about wearing underwear. Many people, especially middle-aged and elderly people, feel uneasy about wearing underwear. Therefore, they do not wear underwear throughout the year, and at most they do not wear vests. Some people think that it is better not to wear underwear mold cups in summer. It doesn't matter if you don't wear too much in winter, so is it really good not to wear underwear in winter? This has become the focus of most women's attention. Women attach great importance to the wearing of summer underwear molds, but in winter, they think that if they wear too many clothes, they can wear more underwear. In fact, between 25 and 35 years old, a woman’s fat will sag by 2 to 3 cm. This is a physiological phenomenon. If you refuse to wear underwear molds in winter, the figure you are trying to shape in summer will be deformed. Sagging. So in winter, you must wear underwear. If you need it, it can help you release excess fat to your breasts. After a period of time, the fat is fixed and the effect of breast augmentation is achieved. It is worth noting that there is no particularly important formal occasion. It is not necessary to wear functional tights for a long time, especially before you go to bed. The breast is a delicate and sensitive soft organ on the body surface. It is usually easily hit and squeezed. It may even be pulled onto the breast tissue when running and beating. Wearing a bra can maintain the stability and shape of the breasts. Of course, it can also make some contributions to highlighting the beauty of a woman's body. Therefore, the blind 'bare chest' is to give up the role of bra shaping and breast protection.
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