You’ve seen it in the pharmacy, maybe even used it on a sports injury, and now you may be hearing about kinesiology taping to relieve pregnancy pains and discomforts. If you’re considering using kinesiology tape on your baby belly, here are the top 5 reasons you should try it.
1. It’s effective
Kinesiology tape relieves discomfort by gently lifting the skin, allowing for easier blood flow while lending support to tired muscles. Using pregnancy tape also helps distribute the weight of your baby more evenly which reduces pressure on sensitive areas like your bladder and diaphragm. Kinesiology taping during pregnancy offers effective and reliable pain relief.
2. It’s safe
Kinesiology tape is 100% natural, drug-free, and safe for you and your baby. It is widely trusted by sports trainers and physical therapists. Pregnancy taping is completely non-invasive and has no side effects on the majority of people. If you have an allergy to adhesives, check out our Soft Touch Blush collection, made with a water-based adhesive to be sensitive-skin friendly.
If you have more questions about the safety of kinesiology taping during pregnancy, check out our blog.
3. It’s easy
If you choose the right kinesiology tape, application is fast and easy. Our tummytape comes in patented pre-cut strips, so application is as easy as 1-2-3. Learn more about tummytape application here.
4. It’s convenient
Unlike other maternity aides, pregnancy tape won’t interfere with your day. Our kinesiology tape can stay on for up to 1 week with a single application and is waterproof. Maternity tape also fits slim to the body so only you will know you’re wearing it under your favorite maternity clothes.
5. It’s affordable
Many moms are surprised by how affordable kinesiology taping is. You can get comfort for your entire third trimester for as low as $60 with tummytape.* Best of all, tummytape is risk-free with our 100% happiness guarantee. Try it for yourself now.
To learn more about kinesiology taping during pregnancy, or for general maternity advice, check out the other articles in our blog.
*$60 CAD at time of posting
This article was written by Doc Robyn.