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Why Your Bra Rolls Up, and What to Do About Stubborn Fat There 

Why Your Bra Rolls Up In the Front, and What to Do About Stubborn Fat There 

Most women with flat chests, including those who had a mastectomy, have to deal with the annoyance of a bra that rides up in the front.

Most bras are designed to push up the breasts as a way to support them. The bra's lower band causes the upward force, sometimes resulting in the entire bra rolling up the front if there's little resistance.

That said, your bra band will roll up if you have small breasts or are purchasing slightly bigger bras. It as well can occur if your tummy hits the lower band when sitting down.

How To Keep Your Bra From Rolling Up

When your bra rolls up, it's undeniably frustrating. It will give the appearance of a bunched-up mound underneath your clothes.

Here's what you can do to prevent it:

Get A Perfectly Fitting Bra

If your bra rolls up in front, consider purchasing one that is a size smaller. It could give you the firm hold that you need to keep the bra in place. 

Refrain from doing so if the drop in size feels too tight and uncomfortable.

Experiment With A Different Bra Style

Maybe changing your bra type will do the trick. Instead of wearing banded bras, wear those that have the cups, underwire, and center panel.

These bras tend to roll up much less since there is no fabric below the underwire.

Use A Bra With Boned Bands

If you must wear a banded bra, opt for plastic boning in the band. 

If your bra size is large, you'll find a bra with this type of banding more frequently. Those that have smaller busts will have trouble purchasing these sorts of bras.

Elite Body Sculpture's Solution For Rolled Up Bras

If none of the bra variations have been useful, then you should opt for a cosmetic procedure that will give you the results you're looking for.

Front Bra Roll AirSculpt® by Elite Body Sculpture permanently removes fat from the armpit and surrounding areas to stop the bra from rolling up in the front.

AirSculpt® procedures aren't to be confused with invasive liposuction, given that we don't use a scalpel, needle, stitches, or general anesthesia and can still offer the safest and most precise results on the market.

Also, don't worry about the time it would take; our procedures take a maximum of two hours to complete and have a downtime of only 48 hours.

If you want to look your best, head to Elite Body Sculpture Atlanta for your first consultation. 


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