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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Wear My Faja During Sleep?

Yes, you can, but it isn’t necessary. Only people recovering from body-shaping surgeries need to wear fajas during sleep. If you only wear fajas to shape your body, it is not recommended to wear a faja while sleeping as it can be uncomfortable and may restrict your movement during sleep.


How Often Should I Wash My Fajas?

The frequency of washing your fajas depends on how often you wear them and how much you sweat. If you wear your fajas daily, it is recommended to wash them every three to four days. If you sweat a lot, you may need to wash them more frequently. If you only wear them occasionally, you can wash them once a week. It is important to keep your fajas clean to maintain their effectiveness and longevity

Can I Put My Fajas in the Washing Machine?

It is not recommended to put your fajas in the washing machine as the heat and agitation can damage the compression material. Instead, it is recommended to hand wash them with mild soap and cool water, and then air dry them by laying them flat or hanging them. This will help preserve the integrity of the compression and ensure that the faja continues to provide the desired level of support.

Are Fajas Safe For Everyone To Wear?

Fajas can be safe for most people to wear, but it is always advisable to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if it is appropriate for your individual needs. Some medical conditions may contraindicate the use of Fajas.

How Often Should I replace My Faja

The frequency of replacement for fajas depends on the frequency of use, type of faja, and the individual's specific needs. On average, it is recommended to replace fajas every 6-12 months, but some garments may last longer or need to be replaced sooner. It is best to follow the manufacturer's recommendations or consult with a healthcare professional for specific guidance.

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