“Compression wear sets are the ideal choice for 1st and 2nd stage recovery,” notes Dawn Cover, president of Nouvelle Inc. “Healing time has to be fast, and patients are very meticulous about having the appropriate garments they will need post surgery. Our sets are designed to speed recovery so patients are well on their way to healing before swimsuit season hits.”
Nouvelle’s compression sets are the newest addition to its product line, which has been fine-tuned to accommodate healing of single or multiple cosmetic procedures such as tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), liposuction, liposculpture and more. Each set includes:
1st Healing Stage Garment:
Worn immediately post-op and up to six weeks following surgery. Generally, garments used during this period are designed for ultimate ease-of-use with maximum compression levels, convenient zippers and safe closures.
2nd Healing Stage Garment:
Phased in at four to six weeks after surgery. Garments worn at this stage use slightly less-constrictive fabric and no zippers. Each pull-on design is lightweight, easy to wear, and designed to enhance the smooth lines of your newly transformed physique.
Nouvelle designs and manufactures post-surgical compression wear, body shaping garments, and scar care products for men and women. Custom garments are designed to speed healing following breast augmentation, breast implant removals, breast lift, breast reduction, and buttock implants. Based in Virginia Beach, VA, the company offers its products for distribution throughout the U.S.A. and abroad.
With a strict adherence to time-honored sewing traditions not typically available in today’s mass-production-focused market, Nouvelle’s creations are only available through private medical practices, select surgical supply vendors, and its Virginia Beach store.
Distinguishing characteristics of the compression wear line include:
- Careful attention to every conceivable way fabric touches sensitive skin post surgery.
- Flat, durable, consistent stitching, so as not to aggravate incisions.
- Zippers and hook and eye closures that are carefully placed so they are never in danger of contacting healing skin.
- Not a single design uses wires or stays.
- Fabric that is soft, yet durable enough for long-term use and multiple washes.
- Safe fabrics made in the U.S.A. and free of formaldehyde and latex.
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