Bellefit®Abdominal Binder Corset

(5 customer reviews)


Runs Small, Check Sizing Chart Below

3 rows of hooks.
Triple layered panels


Returns: 30 Days

The Bellefit Abdominal Binder Corset offers Extra-Firm Compression, Sculpting Effect, and support without rubbery or chemical smells. Latex-Free. Wear this adjustable Bellefit Abdominal Binder Corset as you recover from childbirth or to simply shape your waistline.

Made with Medical-Grade Compression Fabric, this binder is the perfect follow-up shaper after your Bellefit Girdle.

Wear this shaper with your own bra and panties for a customizable look, maximum comfort and the hourglass look you’ve always dreamed of. Strong compression, flexible boning keep it from rolling up or down and helps it move with your body as you go about your day-to-day.


  • Each binder is made out of 4 reinforced panels, each consisting of 3 layers of Bellefit’s signature MedicalTex™ combination of medical compression fabrics.
  • Guaranteed not to lose compression over time.
  • 3 lateral support BellefitFlex® boning to prevent the abdominal binder from rolling or digging into your skin.
  • 3 rows of hook and eye closures for added adjustability and maximum comfort.
  • Bust lifting effect – wear with your favorite bra.
  • Perfect companion item to any Bellefit Girdle, ideal for wearing after your initial recovery.


  • Instantly defines your Waistline into an hourglass.
  • Shapes and Sculpts 1-4 inches Off Your Waistline during wear.
  • Long term shaping and training of waistline with daily wear.
  • Flattens and Smoothes Your Belly.
  • Back Support and Posture Correction.


  • Waist Slimming
  • Posture correction.
  • Back support.
  • Back pain.
  • Post pregnancy support & recovery.



  • Everyday Use
  • Waist Training
  • Night Out
  • Back Support
  • Postpartum



  • Stand up straight with your feet together.
  • Keeping your legs straight, slightly bend your torso to the side.
  • The crease that forms at the bend is your natural waistline.
  • Wrap a Soft Measuring Tape around your natural waist to see your waist measurement in inches.
  • Don’t suck-in your stomach, this will give you an incorrect measurement and your waist trainer will not fit.

For New Moms looking to recover from Natural Birth or C-Section check out our Bellefit Postpartum Girdles and Corsets.

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How to Wear

  • Place the Abdominal Binder Corset centered around your waist.
  • Firmly pull the two ends together to the front of the waist.
  • Starting at the very bottom, begin fastening the hook closures and work your way up until all clasps are secure.
XS 24″ – 25.5″ XS 23″ – 25″
S 26″ – 28″ S 25″ – 27.5″
M 28.5″ – 31.5″ M 28″ – 30″
L 32″ – 35″ L 30.5″ – 32.5″
XL 35.5″ – 38″ XL 33″ – 35″
2XL 38.5″ – 41″ 2XL 35.5″ – 39.5″
3XL 41.5″ – 44″ 3XL 40″ – 43″
4XL 44.5″ – 47.5″ 4XL 43.5″ – 46″

Guide: Should I choose a Girdle or an Abdominal Binder?

Wearing Bellefit is beneficial for women during any stage of their recovery journey after giving birth. Depending on where you are in your journey, you can choose a postpartum girdle or an abdominal binder. This handy guide will help you choose the ideal style for you.

Most important info about Girdles

Most important info about Abdominal Binders

Which one is best for after childbirth?

Which one is tighter the Girdle or Abdominal Binder?

Which one compresses a saggy belly better?

Which one is more effective?

Which one is best for women with a long torso?

Which is more adjustable, girdles or abdominal binders?

I’m X months postpartum, which one works better?

Which one is better to “snapback”?

Which one is best for Hysterectomy recovery?

Which one is better if I’m not (recently) postpartum?

Which one is better for Diastasis Recti?