Shoppers are going crazy over Australian brand Boody’s’ ‘super comfy’ underwear for new moms

When you become a new parent, you come with a list of groceries, but most of them focus on the comfort of the baby.

So what about Mom, the incredible human being who just gave birth to this five-pound bundle of delights?

Don’t worry because the people of body Get new moms covered.

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Boody has teamed up with Sophie Walker, host of the hit podcast Australian Birth Stories, to create a whole new range of underwear for the time in a new mum’s life that doesn’t get much airtime – the fourth trimester.

The fourth trimester is the 12 weeks after childbirth, which health experts say are just as important to a mother’s health as the first three trimesters.

Boody has developed a new line of underwear – for the fourth trimester. Credit: body
Boody collaborated with Australian Birth Stories podcast host Sophie Walker (pictured). Credit: body

It’s a time that brings with it a major shift in the way women view their bodies and how their sense of self is changing.

Many of the 600,000 women who give birth each year rethink many things and their bodies body know that the underwear they choose is one of them.

No more G-strings, instead focus on soft and comfortable underwear.

It’s the same with bras. What new mom wants expensive ruffles and awkward underwires, especially when she’s breastfeeding?

Boody’s new Processing the fourth trimestercurated by Sophie Walker and powered by Australian Birth Stories, contains everything new moms could want in terms of support and comfort.

Boody’s Fourth Trimester Edit includes everything new moms have been wanting in terms of support and comfort. Credit: body

It is the best selling item Shaper crop bra is softly ribbed and has no padding or wires.

It can be put on without any fasteners or clips and the non-adjustable, wide fabric straps mean that there is no cutting into the shoulders.

Perfect for breastfeeding, it’s made from organically grown bamboo, which makes the bra soft and highly breathable, as well as moisture-wicking and hypoallergenic.

More than 3,000 reviewers can’t get enough of the product, describing the underwear as “super comfortable” and “perfect”.

“You’ll forget you’re wearing a bra!” says one comment alongside a solid five stars.

“The best bra I’ve ever had,” says another.

“I have four now. I’m crazy about them,” added another overjoyed customer.

With these new underwear from Boody, comfort is paramount. Credit: body

There are five types of underwear included in the Postpartum Panties section, including Period and leak proof briefsperfect for any pelvic floor weakness that is to be expected after birth.

“Comfortable underwear that absorbs any leakage makes you feel safer in the hospital. at home and when you’re ready to leave the house with your baby,” says Walker.

Boody’s new collection also includes soft sleepwear and clothes in case a young mother is ready to leave home, including weekend jogger and a long jumpsuit the customers love.

Boody’s collection includes soft sleepwear. Credit: body

“I love it. I’m a medium size and it fits well over my 30 week bump and I think I’ll be wearing it a lot after giving birth,” says one woman of the jumpsuit.

“I don’t normally leave reviews, but this is SO COMFORTABLE… Seriously, if you’re not sure, by all means buy one,” says another.

Boody’s jumpsuit is a winner among reviewers. Credit: body

Postpartum can be a challenging time. If you or someone you know is having problems, see your doctor or call PANDA at 1300.726.306.

More information about Boody can be found here Here.

James Brien

James Brien is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. James Brien joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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